I arrived at the Bedford Embankment Hotel and it didn't take me long to find the boys - they were practicing their bagpipes next to the river and I could hear them as I approached the hotel! They honoured Graeme's Scottish heritage with the groom in a kilt and the best men in tartan trousers, and of course the bagpipes played by friends and family as they left the church and entered the reception!
A red London bus arrived at the hotel to take everybody to the church, so I hopped on and grabbed a ride with them. The bus had such a fun, party atmosphere and buzzed with excitement as they journeyed to Clifton church for the ceremony.
The rain stopped and started whilst we waited for Holly and her father to arrive, and she just looked stunning in a floaty tulle dress and gold leafy headdress by Kelly Spence. She carried orange calla lilies and beamed as they entered the church and saw Graeme for the first time.
After the ceremony which Graeme ended with a fist pump (amazing!) they headed to Holly's parents' home for canapes and fizz on the lawn before going into the marquee for dinner and speeches.
They ended the night with a ceilidh band, my ultimate favourite wedding entertainment! The marquee was just alive with excitement as they swung each other around dancing the night away.
Taken whilst second shooting for Emma Hare.