Onto wedding number three and the English heavens opened! Did this dampen their spirits? Well what do you think! The bride (Shelly) was nothing short of gorgeous, not only in looks but in her spirit! How she held herself from beginning to end was nothing short of elegant! I thought today I should have brought a lottery ticket because everything was going in my favour, the Priest turned to me and said can you photograph all our weddings here because I love your style and how you communicate to people! Yea thank you Mr Priest! Next was the driver, He was a bloody star, could not do enough to help and really got into the spirit of the photographic experience. On the way to their wedding reception, The Hundred House Hotel, Shelly insisted we used the overgrown country roads which turned out to be stunning, we even found a deserted farm in which we took some beautiful images, using the Vintage Austin Six, with the location, the car, the light, her gorgeous looks and the super handsome Groom that was Gareth, the images just jumped into the camera! I sat with the wedding party on what will be know as table number one (the Wolverhampton posse) and I’m not sure if I had the best fun ever or if I was just plain scared, they were legends, I have never laughed so much and tears ran down my face. http://www.hundredhouse.co.uk/ The Hundred House Hotel is a quirky venue with loads of unusual features and beautiful Gardens. I would like to say a big thank you to the priest at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and the staff of the 100 Hundred Hotel and not forgetting the chauffeur of the vintage Rolls Royce for making Shelly and Gareth’s wedding so special.