I love every single wedding and couple that I get the pleasure of shooting, and I get to photograph some great locations across the UK and around the world, but Chris and Liz's Osea Island wedding, at the mouth of the river Blackwater is certainly up there in the "perfect location" list.

While Liz and her ladies were getting ready early in the morning, Chris and the boys planned some touch rugby to wake them up for the day.  After a relaxed morning of preparation, the fun, outdoor ceremony was held overlooking the River Blackwater.  One of the best wedding...vehicles...was a surprise to the guests.  A bright red tuk-tuk adorned with "Just Married" on the rear, whizzed around the corner to scoop up Chris and Liz to take them away for a bit of time alone.

After a chilled out shoot with the newly married couple, a drinks and oyster reception was held, before heading in to the island's newly renovated WW2 bomb factory for dinner, followed by a great band and some dancing.

The night was scheduled to finish at 12am sharp, but Chris and Liz had one final surprise up their sleeves.  As the dancing and music stopped, they announced the afterparty in "The Shack", where the pair DJ'd the first hour, getting the party going long into the night.  It was safe to say that not everyone remembered exactly what went on in The Shack, including myself!