June 17, 2017 / STORIES OF "I DO"
Andy and Debbie Thorne Methodist Church Wedding, Doncaster
Thorne Methodist Church Wedding
What a weekend for Debbie and Andy to get married! Their wedding fell on the first Summer heat wave of the year in Thorne, Doncaster. Stories of I Do had the privilege of photographing their intimate, family wedding. The Ceremony took place at Thorne Methodist Church.
Groom & Bridal Preparations
Andy and Debbie’s morning started off with the groom and bridal preparations. The weather was rather hot, but fortunately, there were a lot of fans around to stop the makeup melting! Mary stayed with the bridal party, Debbie’s preparations were busy! All her family were about, including her baby grandson, a very new edition to the household. Jon stayed for more relaxed preparations with the chaps, the Groom and best man.
Wedding at Thorne Methodist Church
The ceremony was in Thorne Methodist church; a tucked away chapel. Inside was a convenient balcony to take some photographs from above. Afterwards, guests walked to the local Thorne park for some pictures. The warm spring afternoon saw everyone outside in the sun enjoying the views and weather.
Wedding reception at Thornensians Rugby Club
The day continued at their reception at the Thornensians Rugby Club. A beautiful space, decorated in orange and white. Suiting the wedding theme entirely, even including a bike full of sweets! The most memorable of speeches came from the best man. Everyone was in stitches following his speech written on cereal packets. Their entertainer kicked off the dance floor and got the party flowing after the meal. Friends sang for the newlyweds while Debbie and Andy shared an emotional first dance. It was a gorgeous day all around, with close family, guests and happy vibes!
First dance details shot
This couple make a fabulous pair. It is always a delight to photograph a couple who are completely in love. For us, it was a pleasure to be able to join them and capture their wedding story! We hope you enjoy their photographs as much as we did capturing them.