Exif data

Title: Mr and Mrs Stokes
Camera: Panasonic DMC-LX3
Capture date: 09/09/09
Image file type: RAW (16 bit)
Lens: 24-60mm Leica f2.0-8.0
Aperture: f/2
Focal length: 24mm
Shutter speed: 1/80s
Shooting mode: Automatic
Exposure comp.: –
ISO: 80
White balance: Auto
Flash: No
Cropped?: No
RAW converter: -

Mr & Mrs Stokes

Presenting to you, Mr and Mrs Stokes…

What can I say? The wedding went brilliantly, everyone was amazing and the day was literally that fairytale wedding you always want, with some major partying at the end.

Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!

Nik was a vision. I didn't look at her until she arrived at my side and I can tell you that for an instance we were the only two people in that room. I just wanted to grab her, then and there and kiss and hold her. It was a miracle I managed my vows. One big soppy git!

Nik and I want to thank everyone (on imagi, for the moment, until we can thank you properly after our honeymoon) for your help, love and support. Thanks to the venue, Sutton Bonington and all the staff who are amazing. Thanks to our families, thanks to our friends and thanks to the 'powers-that-be' for granting us a beautiful day. Thanks to the chefs at SB who produced the most wonderful wedding breakfast and buffet for the evening; I missed the buffet chatting to everyone but apparently it went down very well. At least by the time I did go to the dining room the plates were bare. Always a good sign. Thanks to all the guests and their incredible generosity. Thanks to Ian Bursill, friend, colleague and unbelievable photographer; Nik and I saw short snippets of his captures on the day and we were stunned. Ian is so good at melding into the background but being around for all the action. He's professional and just out of this world. The only problem is having to wait to see his work. I am literally chomping at the bit and he doesn't even take long to process his shots. Frickin' sweet!

Thank you, thank you, thank you. (It felt like another round of thanks was needed). We are the luckiest people of this planet and we just hope that we can be there for our friends and family as much as they have for us.

We are, quite simply, blessed…

I almost forgot. Thanks mum for taking photographs on the day, which have come out great. Today's shot is from that collection. Enjoy!