I’m currently working on these two beautiful autumn weddings. Both ladies chose pretty shades of white for their bridal bouquets and floral decor!
Emma and Graham’s wedding day took place across not one, not two, but three venues. Emma and the ladies chose Danesfield House Hotel (where I recently shot a wedding) as their getting ready destination. The ceremony took place at St Nicholas church in Hedsor. And the reception was held at a very cool boutique hotel Sanctum On The Green, also known as Luke’s dining room. Like I previously mentioned I often find myself shooting weddings in this stunning part of Buckinghamshire. I was completely blown away by the location of Emma and Graham’s church. It’s not often you can enjoy views like the ones opening from St Nicholas. Another nice surprise was the reception venue. Lovely garden and outdoor pool, contemporary design and food and a glam rock atmosphere (apparently the place is owned by people from the showbiz industry). All in all it was a fantastic day spent across these very different places, including our stop at the river Thames for some portraits, which made Emma and Graham’s day unique and unforgettable.
Here I am again at the Three Horseshoes in Radnage, Buckinghamshire where Rosie and Greg celebrated their marriage and where I previously shot a couple of other weddings. Right from the beginning when I met the couple I knew it would be a pleasure to witness and photograph their big day. Two lovely, easy going people organising a relaxed and laidback country wedding and wanting to have it captured in a natural, unforced way. What not to love about it? Especially when the bride has the most radiant smile. And even more especially when her mum and sisters and nanna have just the same! (of course I found out about this bonus later) Rosie and Greg, it was brilliant to spend the day with you and your families and friends, thank you for your trust in me! A big thank you to Rosie’s mum who was looking after me so well. And also a thank you to George who came along to second shoot with me.
Sophie and Jake got married at St Mary’s church in Henley on Thames and chose magnificent Danesfield House in Buckinghamshire for their wedding celebration. I love this part of our county and what it offers in terms of settings for a wedding. After the service we went down to the riverside, what a lovely place in Henley! And of course used the immaculate gardens with stunning views at the venue, which it seems to me suited the couple and their wedding so perfectly. Congratulations to Sophie and Jake!
Kellan and Chris had an effortlessly perfect day. It all started brilliantly at the Richmond Hill Hotel where Kellan was getting ready with her Mum and bridesmaids. Lovely Kylie McMichael was doing the makeup and hair. The atmosphere was calm, but fun at the same time (despite some predictions about a possible hurricane). The room was filled with so many beautiful things including absolutely amazing flowers by Scarlet & Violet. Don’t they look incredible! Kellan’s Jenny Packham dress was exquisite and I love her choice of high heels by Jimmy Choo. The ceremony and reception took place at Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park (I shot another wedding there previously). What a fantastic venue with truly breathtaking views! Kellan and Chris were fun and pleasure to have in front of the camera and spend the day with. Many congratulations to them!
On my Facebook page I promised earlier a full wedding post and here it is. I am changing the way I will be presenting my clients with their photos. Instead of hidden away slideshows I have decided to create a blog post each time I deliver a wedding. This way I will have no choice, but keep my wedding photography blog up to date!
So here it is. Congratulations to Emma and Sam who got married last month at the Old Luxters Barn in Oxfordshire. I have been to this venue previously on several occasions, including this time. I like Old Luxters for its very relaxed feel and also for having everything in one place within easy reach. And I love Old Luxters for their vineyard – such a unique location for romantic wedding portraits (unique for the UK I mean of course ) They also have a great wine shop.
I hope you will enjoy viewing the photos as much as I did photographing this joyful celebration
I have been busy shooting beautiful summer weddings and enjoying summer myself. Meaning not much time has been left for the blog. So I decided to put together here several previews for my couples and share what I’ve been working on. All weddings are different and unique just as the couples getting married themselves. And despite witnessing over 100 weddings by now I still enjoy each and every one of them. I feel very privileged to do what I do and I still get excited about seeing people kissing, laughing, crying, saying ‘I love you’ in front of everyone.. A huge, huge Thank you to all my couples! And a separate thank you to these lovely people featured here. Emma & Sam, Sophie and Jake, Rosie and Greg, Emma & Graham, thank you for inviting me to document your weddings and taking such a good care of me!
Emma & Sam got married and celebrated their wedding at the Old Luxters Barn in Oxfordshire.