After a ceremony witnessed by close family and friends at Richmond’s registry office, and a relaxed walkabout in Richmond Park for some first portraits together (see previous post) Kim & Greg were enthusiastically greeted by more guests in the private dining room at the Bull’s Head in Barnes, West London. A lovely venue for an elegant summer afternoon wedding reception – flooded with afternoon light, an intimate atmosphere and cool outlook over the Thames.
Despite the slightly precarious narrow balcony at the front, and a fair few glasses of champagne imbibed (by the guests of course, not me) Kim and Greg decided to risk a very swiftly executed group photograph of everyone – with me darting into the middle of a busy road to snap it (I swear I have more than 9 lives in this job sometimes).
Then we were back in for the speeches. I’ve heard some great speeches over the years but this was the most touching father of the bride speech I’ve heard in a long time – all forgiven Dad for not getting into that shower earlier in the day! And I was delighted to stay a little longer than planned to record some of the energetic moves across the generations on the dance floor.
Congratulations Kim and Greg!
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