Strap yourself in ladies and gentlemen for the exceptional wedding of pilot, Nathan, and cabin crew member, Georgie. On the big day, the clouds were broken at 2000 feet with a fair temperature. It was clear everything was going to cruise along nicely!
The ceremony took place at St Oswald's Church, where the bride was delivered to the doorstep in a vintage car. How tempted was she to point out the exits as she made her way up the aisle? Not at all is my guess, because the moment Georgie and Nathan laid eyes on one another, it was clear this day was all about the two of them.
It was a fun, relaxed but very touching exchange of vows, helped along by the very charismatic vicar. I managed to get some beautiful interior shots which captured the stunning setting.
Once the happy couple had officially tied the knot, we retired outside to take some photos in the grounds, before moving onto the reception venue; a marquee at Callow Hall. Here, the band entertained the guests as they sipped their drinks and I took some posed photos of friends and family. The groom was clearly flying high, thanks to the help and strong shoulders of his groomsmen.
There was enough time to take a walk around the flower gardens of the hall to get some bride and groom portraits before it was time for the wedding breakfast. The sky remained bright overhead, with the smiles of the newlyweds not experiencing even a moment of turbulence.
Food was served, the speeches were read and we took a few more photos outside in the warm moonlight, before the disco and wheels-up time began in earnest. On the final approach of the night, the party was still in full swing and it was very clear a great time had been had by all. All the very best to Nathan and Georgie. May they share a laughter-filled future up in the clouds together.