“You’re the one I want to share all my remaining dances with”
And believe me, they did just that. But we can get to the dance floor a bit later. I met Briarna & Nick over a year ago now, when they came, on a whim, and did an engagement shoot with me down at Redhead in Newcastle. They were two of the most loving, fun, and crazy people I had ever met.
And nothing changed between then and the wedding. When I arrived on the morning of, the energy was high, the champagne was flowing (unfortunately none for me *sad face*), and everyone was getting proper amped up. Nick was touching up his speech, as does nearly every Groom on the morning of their wedding, while his mates tucked into a bucket of KFC and knocked back some frothies. The vibe was well and truly set.
Despite people parking in our designated parking spots at the ceremony site, we got there, and Nick was waiting, nervously to see his future wife walk down the aisle. The ceremony went off without a hitch, most in part due to it being delivered by the epic Lauren of Hungry Hearts Co.
And that is about where the perfection ended. We had planned on going for photos down along the cliffs, but due to gale force winds and our desire to not be blown into the ocean, we had to opt against it. But being the carefree legends they are, they trusted in me to find them a quiet little alleyway in Newcastle, sheltered from the weather to complete their portraits.
Unfortunately, there was to be no dance floor, thanks mainly to the joys brought to us by 2020, however, Briarna and Nick made up for that by going at 110 miles an hour with their dance routine. Bri is a professional ice skater, so I knew she could dance, but Nick had us all surprised. Just check it out below, what an epic end to an epic day!