Shot in May 2011 whilst on honeymoon in Brooklyn, New York.
Doormoor House, Northamptonshire
From Andy to Katie:
“I cannot even believe to tell you how stunning you look today. For me the last 11 years, 7 days and about 3 hours have all been building up to this. People have been asking me for the last week or so if I’ve been nervous. I kept saying: ‘No. I have no need to be, I’m marrying Katie’.
Katie, from the moment I met you around the camp fire at Green Park, you have been there for me. You have been a caring and loving girlfriend and friend a man could ever want. I know you’ll be the most amazing supportive wife as well – so thank-you. And I will always always love you.”
Check out Katie and Andy’s pre-wedding engagement shoot here.
Boughton House, Northamptonshire
From Jen to Dion:
“I’ve never been more certain of anything in my life, so I wasn’t nervous but excited! I couldn’t wait to see the car, my Dad and Mum all dressed up, to see the church decorated, but most of all to see my husband-to-be standing at the end of the aisle waiting for me! As I went into the church with my proud Dad, all I could do was smile… I thought I would cry as soon as I locked eyes with Dion standing at the end, so I distracted myself by saying ‘hello’ to our guests as I walked down the aisle. About half way down I just couldn’t stop myself – I had to look at Dion – he was beaming, looking the sexiest I’ve ever seen him, standing there waiting for me to become his wife. We locked eyes (as best we could because my bridesmaids had put my veil over my face and I didn’t have time to tell them I didn’t want that!) and the feelings were just pure love, joy, sheer delight that we were going to be married within the next few minutes! The rest of the congregation seemed to disappear and it just became the two of us, standing together, gazing into each other’s eyes knowing that we’d soon be joined in body, mind and soul. We know our love is strong enough to withstand the toughest times and that we will show everyone how being married should be! That remains our aim – to show that love can be fresh and new for years and that each other is and will always be our only priority. With the tears of joy and smiles of delight coming from our family and friends behind us, we were married and like us, our families became one. We can’t explain how proud we both are of our families, and how they get on like they’ve known each other all their lives. It really was meant to be.”