Mr And Mrs Steele

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Today I gave away our daughter. To Ian Steele. Who married her at County Hall, Chichester.

This was a splendid summer’s day, fit for such an occasion. The small family group at the ceremony was supplemented by other friends who joined us for refreshments at Mill Stream Hotel, Bosham. We were welcomed with champagne, further glasses of which were later provided as we toasted the bride and groom after Ian’s eloquent speech. Plentiful sandwiches, sausage rolls, and various canapΓ©s were served in the dining room. After this we sat in the garden with drinks for more convivial conversation.

The opening two shots feature Becky unsuccessfully attempting to fasten a buttonhole on her groom’s jacket. It was the couple’s friend Miche who took all the photographs in which I feature, and those during the ceremony; and Β friend John who dragged me outside to photograph Mr and Mrs Steele on the bridge over the stream.

83 thoughts on “Mr And Mrs Steele

  1. How lovely! It looks a most happy occasion – except for the recalcitrant buttonhole affair πŸ™‚ Your three photos of the happy couple on the bridge are just beautiful – but the one that grabbed my attention the most is the one you have simply entitled ‘Hands’. It is Jackie and Becky and all the love and bond between mother and daughter is there in how that touch manifests. It made me quite well up! Congratulations to everyone.

  2. It never ceases to amaze me that you have the discipline to share pictures at the end of a wedding day, but then sharing the joys becomes part of the pleasure. Sending love and best wishes to all!

  3. Beautiful photographs of a beautiful day Derrick. Congratulations to the happy couple. I agree with Boss Lady and Pleasant Street Beckys dress is absolutely gorgeous x

  4. Congrats to them. It seems to have been a lovely wedding.
    In South Africa the Zulus etc attach greater value to their daughters. They don’t give them away; they sell them! Just think how many cattle you could have got for her!

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