Gate St Barn wedding photography – Alex & Paul

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Wedding Photography at Gate St Barn

Every wedding ceremony should start with some laughter. At Gate St Barn last week, Alex and Paul’s wedding ceremony did just that. Beginning the ceremony, the registrar talked about Paul and not Alexandra, but Alexander! 😮  Alex turned towards Paul, touched his hand and whispered that there was ‘something she had forgotten to mention…”. You can see this moment below. It got a big laugh. Weddings should always have lots of laughter, this one certainly did.

A late autumn wedding, the day starts at Great Tangley Manor, just down the road from Gate St Barn, in Wonersh. Here, Alex got ready with family and friends, before the short drive down to the Barn. The heavy rain of the morning (and my dog and I know all about this at 7 am) had moved on, but the day stayed cloudy and dull. The ceremony started at 2 pm, in a very warm barn. ( I was shooting at the front, leaning on a very warm radiator….) The very capable master of ceremonies, Sam, a Gurkha officer, kicked it off and worked hard all day to keep things running smoothly. Some military efficiency in action! A Kukri on hand to cut the wedding cake too.

A slight hiccup at the start of the ceremony

As the young ringbearer dropped the wedding rings as he set off down the aisle. By the end of the aisle, walking down past everyone looking his way, it all got a bit emotional for him. Alex’s sister, Michelle, was in tears (of happiness) too.

Alex and Paul wed, it was drinks outside – after a quick confetti run. Bit by bit the numbers outside dipped, as people drifted into the Pheasantry – very warm with its log burner. Not that it was cold outside for the time of year really. The main barn was turned around, the guests then took their seats as Alex and Paul waited outside the barn doors, eavesdropping, before entering to applause. Speeches followed the meal and always great to see the bride speak too – this should happen more, it’s 2015 after all!

On to the first dance, the first 1st dance, as there were two! It was the 44th wedding anniversary that day for Alex’s parents – so they took to the floor too.

A warm Autumn wedding at Gate St Barn – here are a few images from the day…

Bride's wedding dress hanging up
Eyelash help
Bride's father watches on
Bride getting ready
Sorting out the wedding dress
Bride getting into her dress
Guests gather at Gate St Barn
Guests enter the barn
Guests take their seats for cthe ceremony at Gate St Barn
A joke before the wedding ceremony begins
Laughing groom
Tearful bridesmaid
Groom waits at the end of the aisle
Bride walks down the aisle with her father at Gate St Barn
Gate St Barn wedding
Humour at Gate St Barn wedding ceremony
Reading at the wedding ceremony
Bride's mother
Gate St Barn wedding
Gate St Barn wedding photography
Gate St Barn wedding
Confetti at autumn Gate St Barn wedding
Targeted confetti
Gate St Barn wedding portrait
Gate St Barn wedding reception
Inddoor wedding reception at Gate St Barn
Entering Gate St Barn for the wedding dinner
Fist pump
Wedding speeches at Gate St Barn
Gate St Barn speech
Gate St Barn toast
Wedding cake cutting
First dance at Gate St Barn
Bride dances with her parents at Gate St Barn

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