We had a really hot and sunny day when we were the wedding photographers for Melanie and Darren recently at the popular Rugby venue, Dunchurch Park Hotel.

Mel and Darren had an early start to their wedding day….a 10.30 ceremony! It may have meant an early start for all of us but it meant we had plenty of time to make use of the grounds and the house at Dunchurch Park. Our couple were a delight to work with and we had lots of laughter during their portrait photos. This was following lots of emotion during the ceremony and the speeches. I think Kleenex were doing a roaring trade that day! 😉

Mel’s dress was amazing and Black Tie in Coventry had kitted the guys out great. The venue was dressed by our friends at Rainbow Linen and it looked fab as always. They also ran the sweetie table which looked almost too good to actually eat. Talking of eating there were some extremely tasty looking cakes too, baked by Stoke Bakery.

Anyway here are a few shots of their big day. I have found it difficult to narrow down the images for this blog! We even had bluebells….so late this year. If you are friends with Mel and Darren and would like to see more then contact them for the password for their gallery on our website. Enjoy the photos. We enjoyed being the photographers for their special day.

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