Bristol Registry Office Wedding Photography | Tina and Dave
Towards the end of last year I was asked by Tina & Dave to be their Bristol Registry Office Wedding Photographer. As always photographing any wedding is both a pleasure and a privilege to me but as I see them pretty much every day as they live across the street to me it was even more significant.The ceremony was scheduled to take place at Bristol Registry Office in the heart of Bristol with the reception later on the John Sebastian 'Lightship'. With having two young children Tina decide she would rather I started the coverage of the wedding by meeting up with the groom and the other wedding guests at the Registry Office. I have to say I have never come across such a relaxed atmosphere before a wedding ceremony although as the pictures will hopefully show that Dave did have a few moments when the nerves kicked in.One thing for sure is that the wedding was certainly a colourful affair and purple was definitely a feature.Take a look through some of my favourites photos from Dave & Tina's Bristol Registry Office Wedding and feel free to leave them some love. They are such infectious characters that it was difficult not to spend the day smiling.If you are looking for a Bristol Wedding Photographer then feel free to get in touch to discuss your requirements. People have always said that 'behind every good man is a good woman' on this day that was lucky otherwise no button-holes would have been in place!At this point I do believe Dave was filled with a few nerves but they soon went as the flower girls walked into the room.One day it'll be Dave's turn to walk these two beautiful girls down the aisle.From the hustle and bustle of Corn St it was a short walk down to the floating harbour.All aboard for the next stop - The John Sebastian Lightship.Friends and family had been on hand to decorate the ship for the reception.The reception meal was a buffet and a game of buffet bingo was played before you were allowed to get your plate. A little line or two was read out about each guest as there number was drawn out.Dave had previously warned me about his waistcoat!I always enjoy photographing the reactions during the wedding speeches, especially when the best man tells the story of the blessing given to the groom following their encounter with a group of druids the night before the wedding at Avebury stone circle. It was a lovely day and again a pleasure to be a part of, here's to many years of happiness Mr and Mrs Harker.