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Jacqueline and Eddie….

Jacqueline and Eddie…

The morning was well underway at the Glenskirlie Castle by the time I arrived. Jacqueline, her bridesmaids and her mum were great to be around; so welcoming and bubbly - they didn’t even mind when I almost knocked out one of the bridesmaids when I was waving my hands in the air .

With everyone wedding ready, it was time for Jacqueline to make her appearance. The guests and her future husband looked on in awe as the beautiful Jacqueline took her first steps down the aisle.

The service included a rose swapping and it was the first time I had seen this before - it was a lovely touch. As the couple walked up the aisle as husband and wife, it was clear to see how happy their guests were for them.

As the weather was in our favour this afternoon, it was great to get outside for photos without worrying that there might be rain! This allowed us plenty of time for photos of the couple, the family - and, of course, their dog!

It’s usually the couple shoot that’s my favourite part of a wedding but this time, it was the speeches! After a couple of minutes speaking, Connor passed the microphone to his 10 year old brother, Oliver. This was a genius move as he had his parents cringing - and the guests laughing - in seconds! He was amazing!

It was hard to follow young Oliver but the Dynamic Duo - singing waiters - did a tremendous job entertaining the guests! They were also so stealth at the start that one of the members of staff at Glenskirlie reprimanded one of them for not clearing glasses . They were an excellent (and welcome) surprise for everyone - they had everyone singing, cheering and dancing!

How anyone had any energy left for the rest of the night, I do not know! After the first dance, Don the DJ managed to get everyone else on the dance floor and I left everyone to dance the night away!

Jacqueline and Eddie, I had a fabulous day with you guys and I hope you both continue to laugh and smile together.

Thanks to the team of the day:
































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