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Sarah and Martin were married in August last year in an intimate family wedding that started with a Civil Ceremony at Guildford Registry office and then went on to a Blessing at Charterhouse School where Martin (an ex-Surrey and England cricket player) is Master in charge of Cricket.

Sarah, an award-winning landscape designer, looked stunning in a beautiful vintage-style dress.  Sarah and Martin’s baby daughter Mia was very much part of the proceedings and wore a gorgeous dress that echoed the style of her mum’s.  Even Mia’s toy mouse dressed up for the occasion in a fantastic matching outfit!

Charterhouse school is one of the leading independent schools in the world, with over 400 years of history – although its “only” been in its current location since 1872.  Its amazing architecture (especially the South African Cloisters) was the perfect backdrop for Sarah and Martin’s wedding photography and I could have spent the whole afternoon shooting there if it wasn’t someone’s big day!   Lunch at the Inn on the Lake called so we had to depart but hopefully I’ll get to go back again sometime.

It was a real privilege being part of this friendly and relaxed day – definitely one of my favourite weddings of last year, and I’d like to thank Sarah and Martin for allowing me to be part of their wedding.
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