Article by Lee Glasgow
With a stunning venue and a magical day, mixed in with a couple whose sole intention was to have a party to be remembered, this was mission accomplished! The whole Wedding party laughed, cried, ate (and then some), danced, drank and partied from the moment the day started, into the early hours of the morning. At around one o’clock, we left the stunning Kilworth House Orangery and waved goodbye to the totally entertaining http://paulmartyn.co.uk/ who certainly entertained us all day and night. I would highly recommend him to any future wedding couples. We then headed down to the Kilworth House Cellar bar to sing and relax on the comfy leather sofas, drink various shots and pick away at the mountain of cheeses. Julia is a good friend of ours and I have photographed her family a number of times over the years. She and her new husband Adam could not have been any more perfect as wedding hosts. They thanked me many times throughout the day and even thanked me during the wedding speeches. I have to say to you both, thank you for giving me the opportunity to capture the atmosphere and celebration of your most spectacular Wedding Day. The images will be as stunning as the occasion itself. I have to mention the staff at Kilworth House, who looked after us all so much, especially keeping in mind this was New Year’s Eve! Throughout the day and night, you could hear wedding guests remarking on the Venue, staff and, of course, its food! What a way to end my Wedding Photography Year. Simply Perfect!