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I Do Wedding Awards 2017

How It Started

Back in January 2017 we received an e-mail to say we had been nominated for "Best Photobooth in the East Midlands" in the I Do Wedding Magazine awards.

Whilst we were over the moon we were a little dubious and not quite sure. We had seen a couple of instances where "awards" had been set up by a lone photographer with only one entry - them! However as we dug deeper into the voting system used by I Do Magazine we realised that its format is not based on everyone getting their best mates to vote but from people who actually use the services of the nominees. With this in mind we clicked on the "accept nomination" button and eagerly awaited the next step.

Shortly after we received a link to our nomination, mentioned it a couple of times on our Facebook page and sent one e-mail to each of our eligible couples asking if they would be kind enough to vote. Once this was done we carried on with work and family life as normal (well as normal as an Angelic life can be!).

Time To Party

Roll onwards to the evening of May 16th 2017 and Mr and Mrs Angelic found themselves with new hair, new clothes, new shoes, a couple of glasses of alcoholic beverage (a rarity with 4 little Angelics) and butterflies in our stomachs as we waited near the entrance to the Sheffield City Hall as finalists in our category.

New hair, New nails, New clothes, New Shoes - Party Time
All dressed up and ready to party

The staff at I Do put on a great show. The room was beautifully decorated, the food was delicious and we shared a table with the lovely guys and gals from All Luv Dub My Dream Photo and Beau Hair. Afterward we bought chocolate bars firstly in the hope of finding a golden ticket but more so to raise much needed funds for New Life to help change the lives of disabled and terminally ill children. With the help of Wedding Venue Lighting and their magic mirror over £2000 ended up being donated.

And So On To The Awards

And so - onto the awards themselves. We cheered for our industry friends as we heard who had won other categories and then ours......!

Mrs Angelic was convinced that, with so many other good companies in our category, our Vintage Booth didn't stand a chance of winning and she was just very pleased to be in the top five so imagine our absolute amazement and joy when we were named winners! The whole of our table cheered and we gleefully went and collected our award from Capital FMs Jojo and I Do Managing Director, Richard Wilson. 

Best Wedding Photobooths I Do Wedding Awards 2017
Winning trophy "Best Photobooth in the East Midlands"

A Debt Of Gratitude

What an amazing, but also humbling night. Couples who had used our services in 2016/17 had taken time out of their busy lives to go and vote for us. They had emphatically stated that we were their number one. We are so grateful to everyone who took that time to vote.

We would also be very lax not to mention a trio of people that help make out tremendously.

The booth-multi-talented Craig can often be seen towing Ellie, our caravan photobooth around the Midlands or running one of our vintage booths whilst Lauren usually comes as a pair with Mick for our vintage photo booth or with Richard if a wedding needs shooting. 

Our "Booth Butlers" are fabulous and their energy, drive and enthusiasm continue to drive us onward and upward. We owe them a debt of gratitude for this awesome win which belongs as much to them, and to our customers who have kindly voted, as to us. 

Lauren, Craig and Mick - go Team Vintage #prayforthetrophy




Wedding Festival On The Hill

It isn't often Mrs Angelic gets to play in the sunshine as part of a wedding fair but yesterday she did just that. Donning her Vintage Booth hat she took one of our Vintage Photobooths to East Bridgford Hill to take part in their "Wedding Festival On The Hill". The brainchild of Emma and Amanda (owner and co-ordinator) it involved a couple "renewing their vows" coupled with exhibitors attending as suppliers to that renewal. As a quirky idea it worked really well.

East Bridgford Hill
Front View of East Bridgford Hill Wedding Venue


Future brides and grooms attended as guests of the couple renewing their vows generally staying for the majority of the day. The grooms took themselves out to the sun-drenched rear lawns and relaxed with a drink from Boxed Drinks' Horsebox Bar.

East Bridgford Hill
Looking across the rear gardens of East Bridgford Hill


Boxed Drinks Horsebox Bar Hire
Boxed Drinks' Horsebox Bar Hire


They tried their hand at Clay Pigeon Shooting and croquet meanwhile their brides were able to watch the skills of make up artists and hairdressers at work. These skills were provided by Alison and Barbara for hair, Blush Moments for make up whilst Shade BridalDaisy Dresses and Giulia provided beautiful dresses and hats.

The Ceremony:

Guests and exhibitors all congregated to watch the ceremony charmingly conducted by Ali accompanied by ARK Angel and The Nottinghamshire Harpist. The music provided a beautiful addition to the renewal service and all the guests joined in with the spirit of the festival creating a lovely atmosphere worthy of a real celebration.

Intimate wedding breakfast dining
Wedding breakfast set up banquet style

Festival Entertainment:

Once the ceremony had been completed guests had the opportunity to take part in the entertainment that had been provided as part of the festival. As well as our gorgeous Photobooth they could take a ride in Betty or Bertie around the village, dabble on the blackjack table  or have a boogie. Guests could chat about dynamic displays, watch the lovely calligraphy talents of Danielle Lummis and marvel at the truly quintissential English floral work of Daisy Works all whilst nibbling on delightful canapes and listening to the gramaphones playing their records.

Vintage Photobooth
Photobooth at East Bridgford Hill


LED screens by EasyFlex LED
Dynamic LED display screens by EasyFlex LED
Scrumptious Cars
Bertie the Bus parked up ready to transport bride and groom







Wedding floral decoration
Staircase banister bower created out of English flowers


We weren't exhibiting the wedding photography as Angelic Photo but it was lovely to meet up with the talented Mike and the quirky Hannah as they bustled about capturing the renewal....and some gorgeous gluten free cake

Mr Angelic had been lucky enough to attend the "Swing On The Hill" event held the night before and, as always, he had his trusty Canon camera to hand to capture some images of the evening at this gorgeous Nottinghamshire venue. We will leave you with a sample of the images he captured so you can judge for yourselves.

Night view of East Bridgford Hill
The view toward the back of the house at night
Country View Nottinghamshire
View from the back of the house across the Nottinghamshire Countryside
East Bridgford Hill Hat Bar
The Hat Bar displaying some of its quirky ornaments
Stone pizza oven
Stone Pizza Oven for freshly made pizza
Horsebox Bar by night
Prosecco or Hot Chocolate? Boxed Drinks do them both.
East Bridgford Hill Lit Up
East Bridgford Hill had lots of lights bringing atmosphere to an outdoor party.

Spring Wedding Fairs Season in Full Flow.

Whether you call them wedding fairs, fayres, showcases or exhibitions  it has been an extremely busy Spring season so far for us with a wide range of places we have attended and with some still to happen.

Wedding fairs are a great way of checking out venues to see if they fit everything that you'd like for your big day. It is also a great way to meet up with suppliers and get some fantastic ideas.

Additionally, as suppliers it is an easy way for us to see if there are any changes to the venue since we were last there and to store that information for the future. It is also the perfect time to meet up with any couples who may already have booked us for their weddings for a venue visit.

What you See Is What You Get.

Here at Angelic Photo we like to keep it nice and simple at the wedding fairs. In general we don't like to bombard you with lots of albums that blur into one therefore we only take a few. It is done like this because we want you to see what a full day working with us produces and hopefully let those photos do the talking. Obviously, if you wanted to see work from your venue then we are more than happy to send links over for our online galleries if we have photographed there previously.

We prefer to talk to couples about the whole package they would get with us. Yes awesome photos are an absolute necessity but you are likely to be spending more time with your photographer on your wedding day than you are your partner. This means making sure you "click" with them is almost as important as it all helps towards capturing those awesome shots.

Our packages are also nice and simple. Angelic Photo has no hidden costs such as copyright or second shooter as these are already in the price. We explain everything when we chat to you and in our leaflets as we believe you should be fully aware of what we include when you book. We also carry the same ethos over to our Themed Photobooths with an overall price that is fully explained before you book. Don't forget we also do a joint booking discount to make it even more worthwhile.

Ready to showcase
Angelic Photo's Wedding Fair Stand


Wedding Preparation - What Can You Expect?

Most of us have been to a wedding as a guest at some point but what actually happens before we turn and watch the bride walking towards the person she is declaring her love for and pledging the rest of her life to? What happens behind the scenes and what are the things to look out for during the wedding preparation?

Bride getting ready
The Bridesmaids help with lacing the bride's dress as a flower girl watches on.

Mrs Angelic has been a photographer at many different weddings over the years and although each wedding is as unique as each bride and groom most English weddings follow a general "order" from the preparation through to the party at the end of the evening. She has picked up tips along the way and often uses them to try and keep the stress levels for all involved down to a minimum. So what happens on a tradition-based wedding morning through the eyes of a wedding photographer?

Overview of Wedding Day Preparation
Bride, Bridesmaids, Hair, Make-up, Dresses - all goes into getting ready

Traditionally the bride and groom will spend the evening before the wedding separate from each other as it is believed to be unlucky to see each other before they meet at the ceremony. This comes from the days when a marriage was more of a business arrangement  between the families rather than marrying for love. The worry was that, if the groom saw his bride-to-be before the day he may decide he doesn't like her and call off the wedding! We have done the odd wedding where the couple have thrown caution to the wind but the majority of the time the couple get ready apart from each other. 

Separate Preparation
A young flower girl relaxes before her important day whilst a page boy checks he has the rings.

The Groom

For the Groom his preparation generally includes the best man, any ushers and occasionally the odd page boy (dependent on age normally). There are checks to make such as are the rings and the speech safe? Have the buttonholes been handed out to all who need them and are they all being worn the same way?

Groom Preparation
Cravats and ties being done up, Buttonholes being pinned. All part of the groomsmen's job to help the Groom.

Mr Angelic generally goes to cover the groom's preparation so Mrs Angelic is a bit vague about what happens but she normally describes it, at wedding fairs, as "Full English, Full Pint, XBox".

Groom Preparation
Shoes polished, cuff links inserted, a wee dram of something to calm the nerves?

She knows there is obviously a lot more to it but her forte is the bridal preparations so she will skip merrily past to there......

Wedding Day Balloon
Saying it with a Wedding Day balloon.

The Bride

The Bride's preparation is often bustling with activity with hair being fluffed, make-up being applied, dresses, shoes, underwear, jewellery, perfume plus lots more. Often there are bodies galore with bridesmaids, flower girls, parents, make up and hair artists, photographers (that's us :D ), flowers are dropped off and handed out, sometimes presents are given to the bridesmaids and cars arrive.

Special Moments
Bridesmaids get their first glance of the bride whilst some are getting emotional with gifts being presented by her.

The Photographers (us)

As wedding photographers our aim is to capture the hustle and bustle of the morning's activity whilst using all our guile to maintain calm. We have certainly honed those skills over the years.

Over the course of our time photographing weddings we have zipped, laced and buttoned wedding gowns, sewn a bridesmaid into hers when the zip broke, fetched, carried and summoned people, found lost car keys, encouraged children to join in a photo, chauffeured bride's mums and children to and from the ceremony, unwrapped, untagged and undone many a dress in readiness for its wearer.  At one wedding (maybe two, thinking about it) we've been seen sewing the actual bride's dress back together literally minutes before the service (not necessarily down to cheap dresses, but accidents certainly do happen).

Flower girls
The flower girls are having the final touches added onto their pretty dresses.

We have pinned button holes, fixed button holes, gently guided people out off a room when they were adding to an already highly stressed bride's stress levels, managed to convince a granny that the jewellery that she had suddenly handed to a very surprised and not so keen bride would detract in the photos thus giving the bride a gentle reason to say thanks but no thanks and, on one occasion, even helped the bride when she needed to visit the ladies'!!! We didn't take the cameras in with us though!!!

Emotional Bride
Capturing the emotion of a wedding day in photographs

We believe that a bride will automatically step up a stress gear as she reaches the back of the aisle and prepares to take her first steps toward married life. We will do everything we can to keep our brides as calm as possible so that when she does take that first step she is in a good place ready to say her vows. This is simply the minimum we can do.....oh and capture it all in good photographs.

Bridal Dress and Shoe Detail
Wedding dresses, shoes and rings - all important parts of the day.

The Caravan Photobooth - Ellie's Story

Having launched our Vintage photobooth onto the wedding fair circuit in Spring 2013 and having seen the popularity of them soar Mr and Mrs Angelic were discussing different themes for their next booth  when, Mrs Angelic joked about buying a vintage caravan to turn into a caravan photobooth. That was on a cold Wednesday in March 2014 and the following Tuesday saw us both on the way down to Swansea to pick up our "new" 40 year old caravan.Vintage Caravan

That was the start of a learning journey like no other for Mr Angelic as he stripped out all the inner workings of the caravan - right down to the outer walls and the chassis. He learnt how to respray, to lay tongue-and-groove laminate onto a chassis, to sew curtains, to refit windows plus much, much more. Inside Caravan During Refurbishment cb7a

He spent a summer converting our Rambler 'van into a gorgeous caravan photobooth which can compliment any vintage style event - from barn conversions to tipi wedding venues with a range of venues in between and Ellie (as she was named) appeared at her first wedding fair nestling beside the gorgeous giant hat tipis provided by Sami Tipi in September 2014.

Refurbished Vintage Caravan

Vintage Caravan Photobooth Outside Giant Hat TipiMany people who use both the caravan photobooth and the vintage booths are amazed that the prints are almost instant and that the technology is nicely hidden away within the theming of the booths, they are impressed by the attentiveness of the attendant who stays with the booth throughout and love the fact that we can help incorporate the theming of their wedding into the props that we provide and the bespoke layout and design of the prints. The fact that all the photos can then be downloaded for free from our online galleries is yet another bonus for them and we often see them being shared on Facebook via mutual friends.

Both styles of booth have been booked across the country from as far north as Liverpool to as far south as Cornwall although we have now had to restrict Ellie's journeys to a couple of hours in length now as she is an old gal you know! We can provide additional extras such as Guestbooks and vintage-style USB memory sticks and are always happy to discuss how we can enhance your day.

Guest Book SigningVintage Booth USB Memory StickAnd yes - we are still discussing ideas for new photobooths with two more already making their way off the drawing board including a booth that "cannot be named". Watch this space and follow us via Facebook and Twitter to see what comes into existence in 2017.

Supplier Spotlight - Ashley aka The Trixta - Magician

Mrs Angelic has been on her travels again and recently caught up with Magician Ashley Turner aka The Trixta at the recent Silver Linings wedding fair at home of the Northampton Saints. She has since pounced on him with her top ten questions to find out a little more about him.

  • What is your top tip for couples that you speak to?

When considering hiring a magician always ask to see a promotional video of them in action. A professional magician should always have a video that is professionally shot and edited. If they don't I would always recommend meeting them. Wedding fairs are always a good place to find a magician. My other tip is don't ever underestimate just how valuable entertainment is at weddings. There are a lot of moments during the day when energy levels can drop or there is a lot of waiting around. Entertainment is key during these times.

  • How long have you been doing what you do?

I have been performing magic for around 17 years.

  • What has been your strangest event or encounter at an event?

I was once asked to stick 15 knives through a grooms head. That was fun and could have ended badly. Luckily it didn't. (Wow! - Mrs A)

  • How do you stand out from the crowd? In other words.....why book you?

I am very flexible, I take one booking per day so if your wedding times change I don't hold people to the contracted time slot. Plans change, timings change so its important to me that I remain flexible. I am also a drone pilot so you have the opportunity for the ultimate wedding selfie.

  • What do you see yourself doing in ten years time?

I hope that everything stays the same. I'm blessed to be able to make a living making people happy surrounded by amazing friends and family. Long may it continue. I am thankful daily for what I have in my life. (This is very much how we feel at Angelic HQ :D :D - Mrs A)

  • How do you make each event unique to each customer?

I really think about my material and trick selection - this can change from show to show. At the end of each show I give the couple my Deck of cards which gave been signed by they guests. Each deck is unique and a one of a kind

  • How did you get started?

My grandad was a magician so it's in the genes. However I travelled to Spain and saw a street magician selling tricks. I was hooked. That magician has no idea what he did for me. However he did over charge me :)

  • If you couldn't be a magician what would be your dream job?

As you can probably tell I am doing my dream job. However I also like to cook bbq food and plan on starting a bbq catering business at some point. Keep an eye out for 'The Meat Magician' (Oh Mr Angelic would be extremely happy to see this happen! - Mrs A)

  • How do you ensure the evening goes without a hitch?

Communicate with the couple, allowing plenty of travel time and be prepared to be flexible, this is the wedding industry after all.

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Mrs Angelic always loves to hear why fellow suppliers have gone down the journey they have gone and it sounds like being over-charged by that Spanish street magician certainly did a lot to help so many brides, grooms and their guests get some wonderful entertainment. It has also given us, as wedding photographers, the chance to capture some cracking "action shots" of faces as a trick is concluded so Muchos Gracias (she thinks that is Spanish but she might be in totally the wrong country :D :D :D :D ) to that man.

Thanks to Ashley for taking time out of his magical schedule to give us a little insight. You can find him on Twitter or Facebook. Don't forget to pass on our hellos if you pop over nd see him.

St Paul's Wedding - Bright Lights, Big City

For a Midlands based wedding photographer getting the chance to shoot a wedding at some of the bigger Southern venues such as St Paul's Cathedral is a rare request so imagine our happiness when we met a young lady at the wedding fair at Nottingham Castle organised by Perfect Weddings who told us that she was planning a St Paul's wedding with the reception taking place at the RAF Club. Mrs Angelic's first words were "we want to do your wedding!"

Naomi and Michael popped over to see us a little later and subsequently booked us for their big day with an engagement shoot included. A year ago we met up at the RAF Club to do the engagement photos in and around Green Park, Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral itself and last week saw us back in London to photograph the big day itself.

st paul's wedding photography

Naomi and Michael had booked the 3/4 day package - from preparation shots to first dance - and also included one of our Vintage Photo Booths to finish the evening off and with all our kit in tow we travelled down to the RAF Club on Friday 14th October in readiness for the wedding itself on the Saturday.

Being a member of the RAF , Michael had arranged for a very smartly dressed Sword Party to be in attendance and a lot of fun was had getting ready - especially when the best man (Michael's brother) managed to get himself stuck in a lift for 40 minutes prior to the wedding. Thankfully Naomi was only made aware of this after he had been released!


The guests who had been staying at the Club were transported over to St Paul's via one of London's traditional modes of transport - a big, red double decker bus with Mr Angelic on board to capture the guests and their arrival at the Cathedral - whilst Mrs Angelic was transported over with the bridesmaids via London's other traditional mode of transport - a black cab. The double decker bus remained parked up outside the cathedral until it was needed to transport all the guests back to the reception and it was a magnet for tourists and school children who crowded around and on it to get their souvenir shots.


As photographers at St Paul's we had some very tight restrictions about what we could and couldn't do which meant that Mrs Angelic wasn't able to get her usual shots from the front however Mr Angelic did manage to get some through the ornate woodwork at the back of the OBE Chapel and it was then off outside to get those all important group shots.


Upon exiting the Cathedral we were greeted by a mass of waiting tourists who had congregated to see the bride and groom emerge and a big round of applause greeted the newlyweds as they walked through their sword arch, being stopped at the end of the arch for their kiss which generated another display of encouragement from the waiting tourists.


It was initally rather daunting for Mrs Angelic as she then took up her role as "loud-mouthed, bossy boots" to get the big group shot done on the steps at the front of St Paul's as there were hundreds of people about all, seemingly. with cameras pointing in her direction as she prepared the guests for their shot but they were all very obliging and moved out of the way when asked.


Naomi and Michael were extremely obliging when asked if they would like to have photos done on the Millenium Bridge and were rewarded by an impromptu "wedding march" by the buskers as we passed by and many well wishers passing on their congratulations.


Back at the RAF Club we were, once again greeted by the sword party and a wedding breakfast room decorated with  games as table placements. From Cluedo to Scattegories all of the games were playable by the people around the table with the exception of Monopoly but we were already on Picadilly so we were living that particular game.


The speeches were a lot of fun - especially the ribbing that Chris, the best man got for his lift escapades. His speech definitely had a lot of ups and downs!!

Our day finally finished with the arrival of Craig to run the booth, bringing the Angelic Munchkins down with him for us to head on down to Devon for our half term holiday.

Many thanks to Naomi and Michael for inviting us to capture their big day. Congratulations to you both and may your futures be happy, healthy and prosperous.



Supplier Spotlight - Jason from Jason Barker Roadshow

As part of our new blog Mrs Angelic has started quizzing some of our supplier friends to find out a little bit more about them and what they do to create our "Supplier Spotlight".

Her first victim - she means volunteer!!! - is Jason from Jason Barker Roadshow who we had the pleasure of working with recently at the wedding of Charlotte and Alex. It was a choice made easily as he is celebrating his 4o-something birthday today as she is posing her questions......

  • How and when did you get started?

I was 13. My dad run Raunds Town Football Club and the Dj did not turn up so I did the disco as I was always helping the djs

  • What has been your strangest event?

I did a wedding and the bride and groom got into a big fight with each other. She threw her wedding ring, the police were called and took them away so I left my kit and went back the next day to collect to see them all searching for the ring. (They had made up btw - Mrs A.)

  • How do you stand out from the crowd? In other words - why book you?

We are very passionate about making people happy, going that extra mile, listening to every need and keeping up to date with music and new equipment.

  • What equipment do you use?

Only the best : RCF Evox 8&12 speakers, DB Sigmas 15&18 speakers, Martin Rush wizards lights, ADJ focus spot 3s, 4 moving heads, S&H booth, black or white Pioneer DDJ SX2

  • What do you see yourself doing in ten years time?

I'd still be doing the job I love but with a bit of help from my son.

  • How do you make each event unique for each client?

They have choices of setups and extras effect to make their wedding unique and online planning music requests

  • What would be your top tips to couples?

Book a venue with the bar in the same room as the disco. Watch the drink prices - too expensive and people won't buy any and enjoy themselves. Don't book a cheap DJ as it is one of the most important parts of a wedding and try to avoid booking via another DJ - try and book directly as you may not be getting the quality you are paying for.

  • If you couldn't DJ what would be your dream job?

Stay At Home Dad.

  • How do ensure the evening goes without a hitch?

I have all my kit PAT tested, I always have a back up laptop and speakers and I have playlists ready in a file so I know I have all the bride's music.


Many thanks to Jason for answering these questions (even if he did think they were hard) on his birthday (he assures us he hasn't had a tipple) and we will let him head off to bed as he has to get up at silly o'clock in the morning. :D

If you would like to know more about his services then pop on over to his website or find him here on Facebook - don;t forget to tell him we sent you :D ;)


Wedding Madness Continues!

Traditionally July, August and September is classed as wedding season with those three months often being the busiest for marriages. More recently though, with July and August no longer guaranteeing the dry weather October has started to tag itself onto the madness. The weather has been consistently dryer albeit a little chillier and more couples are looking to tie the knot during the tenth month.

For us here at Angelic and Booths HQ it is a manically busy month. This weekend alone has seen us at two weddings  both with photo booths, two wedding fairs and a standalone Vintage Photobooth (which is still out working as we type).

Friday saw Mr and Mrs Angelic at Shearsby Bath in Bruntingthorpe for the wedding of Gemma & Tom. They had booked us on our most popular package which covers both bridal and groom preparation up to the first dance and also had one of our vintage booths as part of the evening entertainment. The civil ceremony took place in the Old Spa Room with its tree of wishes in the corner - a lovely idea that Mrs Angelic may just steal when we get settled into our new home (one day!) and we then shot the formal shots in the gardens just outside the fountain marquee. There may not have been many guests but they certainly kept us on our toes. We were extremely honoured to have been included on the table plan for the wedding breakfast and that placed us perfectly for the speeches. An early cake cutting (cake was being served with teas and coffees) left us with just the first dance to do as a formality and we then had a great time with the photobooth to end the day.

Saturday had us travelling to Market Harborough where Mrs Angelic met up with Charlotte and her supporting cast at Wainwrights as hair and make up was completed and Mr Angelic headed over to take Ellie, our caravan photobooth, to the reception venue at The Big Barn, Ashley where he met up with our groom, Alex. We then completed preparation shots back at Charlotte's parents' house before we made our way over to one of the most ornate Anglican churches we have been in for a while. Listening to the choir as they sang their hearts out beautifully for their first performance it was a joy to photograph at St Mary The Virgin church. The day was full of laughter, madness and a lot of love and again we were treated to food in the barn with another early cake cutting. Finishing off the evening Ellie proved extremely popular yet again and was continually busy.

Sunday saw Mr Angelic taking Ellie to Boughton House as part of Silver Linings wedding fairs and Craig took our vintage booth to Dunchurch Park as part of My Fair Weddings fairs and we have already had phone calls enquiring about availability or bookings and Strictly Come Dancing hasn't even started yet!!!

Lauren is still out at her big event at Keythorpe Manor for Kiran & Kulwinder so we can't really say much but we do understand that the booth is being well used.

To all of our brides and grooms this weekend we wish you huge congratulations and many years of happiness, health and love to come....

Now if you can hear snoring coming loudly from the corner it might just be Mrs Angelic (if Baby Angelic lets her!).