A Valentine's Day Wedding at The Guildhall, Salisbury

"Life is only as good as the memories we make" Author: The Ataris

Well Chris and Amy certainly made some beautiful memories of their very own on February 14th 2014 – Valentine’s Day. We were with Amy from 9 am capturing the story of her Wedding Day at the Guildhall, Salisbury, to Spire Fm’s Run-Away Bride Groom winner Chris Denning.

With only a few short weeks to arrange their wedding day, we were delighted to support them in their journey. Other service providers on the day included:

Bridal Prep at JAS Hair Group - Wilton

The rain did nothing to dampen the spirits and celebrations of Chris and Amy’s Wedding Day. Although very nervous - as all brides are, Amy was also very excited about marrying her fiancé in the stunning Guildhall.

Arrival at the Guildhall, Salisbury

Wow! The very first words uttered as we saw the stunning wedding gown that Amy was going to be wearing. It really was beautiful; as were the bridesmaids and flower girls dresses, flowers and accessories.

Ceremony at the Guildhall, Salisbury

As guests waited patiently in the Crown Room at the Guildhall, Salisbury, a nervous Chris was taken to see the registrar before Amy arrived. Everyone was so excited about the joining together of these two very special people. Everyone watched the time in anticipation of Amy’s arrival.

Groups on the stairs at the Guildhall, Salisbury

As Chris returned to his guests, we could hear the excited whispers letting everyone know that “she’s here!” That was it, the tears from a very excited and nervous mum-of-the-bride started to form in her eyes.

Speeches in the banqueting hall, the Guildhall, Salisbury

The moment arrived and on the arm of her dad, Amy walked down the aisle to be greeted by a stunned looking Chris. The look on his face when he saw his stunning bride was priceless. It wasn't long before everyone was clapping and cheering as the registrar introduced the new Mr and Mrs Denning.

Dancing the night away at the Guildhall, salisbury

The partying went well on into the night.