After a very busy morning getting ready for her big day Naomi and her bridesmaids were dressed, makeup had been applied, and hair teased into place, there were just a few final finishing touches that need to be done before their car arrived at the house to take them to Hertford Baptist Church for the 1pm ceremony.

Naomi’s bridesmaids lead the way down the aisle everyone was now looking around trying to capture their first glimpses of Naomi in her stunning white bridal gown. As she walked down the aisle with the train of the dress flowing behind her, you could hear the audible whispers of all their guests commenting on how beautiful Naomi looked. Peter was standing waiting with a little nervous smile on his face at the front of the church, as soon as he saw his bride-to-be for the first time that day his face lit up, it was a really magical moment. After a lovely ceremony with some very touching readings they were finally able to share their first kiss as husband and wife, accompanied by the sound of applause from everyone present.

Naomi and Peter were now able to relax and capture some lovely photos outside of this pretty little church, before making the journey to Parklands to begin the celebratory part of the day. As they arrived at Parklands, they were greeted with a very welcome glass of bubbly. Their guests were able to take this opportunity to congratulate the newly-weds before Arron Tompnasi Photography whisked them away to capture some lovely intimate photos together in and around our house and grounds before they rejoined their guests for the group shots.

As the sun began to set it signalled the time for the wedding breakfast to be served. Once every had found their seats in the banqueting hall, the wine was poured, and the first course served the room soon filled with the wonderful sound of friends and relatives catching up on times past. After the very original and animated speeches the DJ put the first tunes of the evening on. For everyone’s amusement a magician then started to make his way around the room performing some wonderful card tricks, soon the dance floor was full as the band played their first set of the evening.

Photography by Arron Tompnasi Photography