Ramsey 1940s camp wedding – Hannah & Dan, 22nd July 2017
Hannah & Dan’s wedding at the Ramsey 1940s camp had thunderstorms, fireworks, and the best Macarena in years. In the morning I spent time with both the bridal and grooms party as Hannah & Dan were getting ready only 5 minutes apart. The ceremony was held at the St Thomas A Becket church in Ramsey, and just as Hannah & Dan were walking back up the aisle, the heavens opened. It meant we had to stay in the church, so we started with a few family photos. Within a few minutes the skies were blue once more, so we headed outside for confetti and more family photos in the sunshine. Everyone then headed to the Ramsey 1940s camp on the edge of the town, it’s a great vintage venue with old WW2 buildings and plenty of outdoor space. After a few pictures of Hannah & Dan the skies were threatening once more so everyone dashed inside, with a few guests getting caught out in the downpour. The weather didn’t matter as the venue has a huge indoor space for guests to mingle and relax. After dinner and speeches things brightened up once more so we managed to get a photo of all the guests together. The evening began with the cutting of the cake and the first dance, and then the dancefloor was packed with everyone showing off their moves to the Macarena. Dan had a surprise firework display for Hannah towards the end of the night, which made the perfect ending to a wonderful day.
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