Well what can I say, I know that most weddings have a drama, but this has to be one of the worst dramas I have seen with a wedding. We turned up in Devizes near Bath to take some photographs of the venue. The routine wedding cake photographs, table photographs, marquee photographs, photographs of the venue itself etc. We were a little surprised to see a few people in and around the marquee looking rather soggy with their wellington boots on and VAX hoovers. Parts of the carpet in the marquee were outside and other carpet was being laid again. Down the side of the entrance was a trench and inside the VAX hoovers were busy drying out the other parts of the marquee carpet. Harriet’s mum was there in her wellington boots along with her partner busy hovering and tidying everything up and obviously quite stricken with the whole ordeal! It appears that Devizes had a rather stupendous down pour of rain which flooded the marquee and the actual wedding day looked particularly questionable. They had been mopping up since the evening before and were up until very late trying to resolve the serious inconvenience and a rather distraught bride to be never did get her early night! Once we had taken the photographs at the venue we went to the brides’ mothers’ house where Harriet (the bride) was getting ready. She seemed surprisingly relaxed for a bride that nearly had to cancel her wedding! This particular wedding was very special for me as it was one of my old school friends who I hadn’t seen for about 14 years. Seeing her again was wonderful and she hadn’t changed a bit. I was also lucky enough to see some of my other school friends throughout the day. It was a perfect day and the weather held out for them as well. I am so glad we were part of this beautiful wedding day and a huge thank you to Hattie and Paul! I hope you have a wonderful future together and wish you all the luck in the world.