On Friday afternoon Sue and I left excitedly for Brompton Barracks in Kent, home of the Royal Engineers officers and once very fine wedding venue. We stayed in a lovely room and woke the next morning to a very warm welcome by Ebba and her lovely family and friends who were staying in the suitably named Queens room, we started our day with a few lovely relaxed prep shots and lots of details in and around the barracks, we then left for the barracks church which was only about half a mile away where we met with Simon and the boys. We were able to catch the boys walking to the church which was great and then a few nice shots around the church as well as meet the vicar Claire who was great and very accommodating, we then managed to capture the guests walking to the church led by a lone piper and it sounded amazing and gave a great start to the wedding.
Ebba arrived looking sensational and walked into a very warm and friendly church, after what was a lovely service we headed outside for the guard of honour and confetti as well as a couple of group photos, we then headed back to the venue, We had a lovely couple of hours on the lawn and after some lovely family groups and some fun ones (thanks Frederick) we headed into dinner and after some amazing speeches from both the British guests and the Swedish guests then onto the dancing, a few more portraits inside and a lovely night shot before Sue and I left for our trip home.
Thanks to you all for a fun day, thanks to Pete for all your help and thanks to all the sweedish for understanding me 🙂 you all made it so much fun but thanks most of all to Major and Mrs Carvel for being such great company and fun.
Jules and Sue