A wedding is made up of lots of little moments, each one leading into the next and together they tell the story of the day
This is one little moment from a wedding at Curradine Barns in Worcestershire on a wet December day
The venue is really well planned with a dressing room for Bridal prep upstairs away from the all of the guests. Across the landing from the dressing room are a pair of double doors which lead out to a minstrel gallery. This over looks the barn where the ceremony takes place and at this particular wedding all the guests had taken their seats, ready for the main event
Kate, the Bride, was ready and was due to head downstairs at any moment. Then she saw that the doors to the minstrel gallery were ajar, and couldn't resist having a look!
I saw her creep in, not wanting to draw attention to herself as she pressed her eye to the gap. I know she was feeling nervous about having to make her big entrance and I'm not sure if the advance preview made her feel better or worse
But I love this moment, a chance for her to compose herself and look down at her Groom and assembled guests before being walked down the aisle by her Dad