Real Life Wedding: St Joseph's Church Havant, followed by The Stag's Head, Westbourne


Marlena & Jordan

Always and Forever


Each and every wedding is a highlight to us. We’re pretty spoilt as that normally means we have a lot of highlights in any given year, especially in summer time.

Let’s just say this year there have been a few less weddings, but boy was this one a huge celebration and personal highlight for us. We are massive fans of Marlena and Jordan – they’re great friends as well as wedding clients so this was a double joy for us both.

Mr and Mrs Taylor – here’s to you. We know the love, care and though that you both poured into your wedding day and boy did you rocked your wedding (and then some). Although it was not the day you planned all those months ago, it was utterly fantastic in every way. Here’s to the party in Poland! We’re in. Always and forever.

#BigBlueSkyLove

Niels & Alie  xxx

 

2 responses to “Always and Forever”

  1. Tracy cooper says:

    Beautiful photos

  2. Marlena says:

    Perfect photos We love them soo much !!! Thank you ❤️

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Wedding ceremony - St Joseph's Church, Havant
Wedding photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Wedding venue - The Stag's Head, Westbourne

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