I met Bruce and Sarah for the very first time exactly two days before their wedding. They’d landed at CT International after a very delayed flight from London (Argus Cycle Tour bicycles being loaded and all) and driven straight through to Buitenverwachting for a quick chat. Sarah sat opposite me and looked concerned. ‘Warren,’ she said. ‘I’m not very good in front of a camera – and I don’t come out all that well in photos either.’ ‘Oh really,’ I thought to myself. Heard that line a few times before. I knew she’d be okay in front of the camera though. My brides always are. So I just told her to trust me and go with it. Nothing more than that. And the rest is definitely history. Sarah came out of the starting blocks in her wedding dress like a legend. She was so relaxed, so dignified and so in control it quite literally took my breath away. Everything I asked of her she went for – no prob. But there’s a second premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/gastrointestinal/ part to this story. I always say to my brides and grooms that I concentrate my efforts more on the bride and kind of stick the groom into the shots as an afterthought (I like the boys to believe that anyway). So all the groom needs to do is look cool, talk to his groomsmen and forget about the camera. It works well for me and it keeps things nice and informal. Well, Bruce seemed to quite like that idea and he did his thing like a pro. By the time the ‘formals’ were over I was chuffed – I really felt that things had gone perfectly. So Bruce and Sarah, thanks chaps. You’re a super couple and it was an absolute delight shooting your wedding. Now, here’s Mr and Miss (sorry, Mrs) ‘I’m not to good in front of the camera’ for you!