When I walked into Grace and Phil's house for the first time, and was greeted by two beautiful cats and a plate with an enormous slice of cake on it, I knew we were all going to get along just fine.
And so it came to be. I know I'm prone to the odd bout of gushiness on here from time to time, and I know I say that every couple I meet are an absolute pleasure to work with (they are!), but Grace and Phil were something special. Apart from the aforementioned cats and cake (which meant I was deliriously keen to photograph their wedding before either of them had even uttered a word), once we'd started talking about their interests and their wedding, I was sold. During our chat we covered important subjects as (a) guitars, (b) rock music, (c) Foo Fighters, and of course, (d) cake and (e) cats. By the time I'd finished my mug of coffee and carrot cake I was literally on my knees begging to photograph their special day!
What a wonderful day it turned out to be. Danson House is a spectacular wedding venue having originally opened in 1766, and it certainly didn't disappoint. After the ceremony we all made our way down to The Boathouse, and everyone enjoyed fantastic food and drink before laughing and dancing the night away.
All that's left for me to say is to wish Mr and Mrs Cicchillo all the happiness in the world for their married life together! A huge thanks to their family and friends too, who made me feel extremely welcome and made the whole day something to remember for many years to come.