Mandy & Steve's

Mandy and Steve got married in their local parish church, St Andrew's Church, in Tangmere.

So many of their friends and family joined to witness their special day, that many people had to stand throughout the service, they are clearly a very loved couple!

Followed by a country barn reception. Mandy and Steve both have a wicked sense's of humour, that was apparent throughout the day and from their pictures, as you can see!

Mandy and Steve had these kind words...

"I had the absolute pleasure of having Simon Stent be photographer for my wedding last June. I cannot praise him enough. He was with me from early morning for champagne breakfast and make up pics right up until we left for our hotel at the end of the night and he worked tirelessly all day to capture every moment to film. With a very good eye he captured so many beautiful memories for us to cherish forever, and most of our pictures capture our beloved friends and family just naturally enjoying the day. He managed to get some cracking pics of our grandchildren who are normally so difficult to get to sit still. Everybody loved Simon's sense of humour and professional manner. He knows when to crack a joke and when to be serious and everybody felt comfortable and at ease.

If you are lucky enough to be able to book Simon for your special day you certainly will not be disappointed. On a seperate note, just a week before the wedding it seemed like our florists were going to let us down but Simon calmed our nerves and said if necessary he had contacts that would help us out last minute.

I can honestly say our wedding was perfect, and Simon played a major part in making it so.

Forever grateful for his fantastic service, and continued friendship since."

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