Wedding Photography Lichfield | Bobby and Amy

Bobby and Amy are two of the nicest people I have met. They are also a couple of the coolest too. (I know, by saying cool that makes me the opposite of cool-I can live with that, I have daughters that remind me how ‘not cool’ I am on a daily basis, anyway, back to the good stuff). The service took place at Lichfield registry office before heading into Rugeley for the reception. Lichfield registry office is housed in the Old Library building in Lichfield Staffordshire, which is set on the edge of the beautiful Beacon Park provides a stunning setting for photographs right on the doorstep. An absolute dream!

Bobby and Amy had a wonderful vintage theme running throughout their wedding, topped off with the added bonus of some classic cars putting the finishing touches to their perfect day.

Here is a preview of the day spent celebrating Bobby and Amy’s marriage with family and friends…the way it should be.

Jenna & Gio's Staffordshire Wedding

As Jenna took the hand that gently led her into the wedding car, she stooped down to the seat and glanced back to see her Dad, Rob, softly closed the door. They shared a look, just for a quick second. That look was full of love, full of joy. I look at Rob and could see him bursting with pride. Jenna, was on her way to marry the love of her life. A proud moment for any parent, I'm sure. 

I feel the water flood to my eyes. I always make a funny noise when I hold back the tears. Gulp. Swallow those tears down, I say to myself. I try not to show how emotional I get on a wedding day. Thankfully the camera covers my face. 

I wonder if, no, when, Rob started coming to terms with giving his only daughter away. The love he felt the first moment he held his daughter in his arms and then brought his daughter home from hospital. Her first day at primary school when she didn’t want to let go of his hand and enter the large school gates. Or the day that Gio asked for his daughters hand in marriage. (Something I'm probably going to have to go through four times). And then before I know it, Rob joins Jenna in the car heading to the ceremony and it's back to work. Mind on getting to the ceremony myself gives me a brief respite to compose myself.

Writing this I check on my daughters. Sleeping soundly. 50% of me wants them to grow up and live wonderful lives. The other 50% of me wants them to stay as my little girls forever. As much as I’d like the second option, logic tells me I'm going to be in Rob's place one day. I better start preparing.