Brides don't come as laid back and fun as this one! Faye is a real fire cracker, the kinda girl you instantly feel like you want to hang out with... probably for a Gin... or 10!
She has a cracking smile and didn't seem at all phased by the camera which was just wonderful for me. She is confident and chilled out at the same time, a combination you don't get often.
Everything went smoothly! There was no morning panic, no hiccups, no strict 'to do' lists. Even when the transport NEARLY didn't turn up Faye didn't even bat an eyelid (I was secretly panicking for her!)
We all travelled from Oxford Four Pillars to the town hall by Rickshaw Bicycles, I had my very own and 'Dexter' (the name of my bike) kindly overtook and slowed down to let me take a few (very bumpy) photos Faye and her Dad Phil.
The ornate Town Hall ceremony was short and sweet, with a real warm, personal feel. Perfect for Andy the Groom and his Hungarian family. I felt very proud of our beautiful City of Oxford that day and hoped that Andy's parents returned home as impressed as I always am at the sight of our stunning Spires and cobbled streets.
The days running up to the big day had been constant RAAAAAIN, typical for late August in the UK, but the sun shone with all its might for Mrs & Mrs Mortonson-Kiss (What a cool name!)
Afterwards we had photos in an Oxford University garden and the sunshine, flowers and tourists were all out in full swing, it was quite magnificent!