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Henry and Kerryn married at Finca Son Berga in Mallorca.
It's a beautiful building set in farmland and orange groves in the middle of the island. The views spread far and wide, interrupted only by two large and extraordinary monoliths that create a stunning backdrop.
It's a testament to how outgoing and warm Henry and Kerryn are that almost 200 guests were able to make the trip to celebrate with them.
The ceremony was later than most to avoid the heat. Fans and hats helped to keep things cool. The camera bag felt a little heavier than usual! The late ceremony meant losing the light earlier than usual, but as it slipped away behind one of the monoliths, we found the time to make the most of it.
When doing destination weddings, it's always fun to discover new wedding traditions. The newlyweds were welcomed into the courtyard for the wedding breakfast by their guests whirling their table napkins above their heads. It's a lot of fun, let's bring it to the UK!
The party cranked up a notch when the Nomad roaming band, flown in from Barcelona, escorted everyone into the after-dark festivities. The perfect end to the perfect day.
Many congratulations, Henry and Kerryn, it was a real pleasure being part of such a wonderful and joyous event