A couple of shots from Lewis & Rosie’s wedding at Farleigh Golf Course, just as the sun went down over the Surrey landscape.
Some preview shots from Ashley & Charlene’s wedding at Earth’s Trust. Beautiful Autumnal light and the venue had a great view of Didcot power station.
Patrick & Emily’s wedding in the quaint Cambridgeshire city of Ely, a quiet town with a magnificent cathedral. The couple got married at the church of St Mary next door to the cathedral, but we had to use the Cathedral for a few photos! There’s a cannon near the entrance to the grounds which we used for a large group photo and we shot a few photos of Patrick and Emily with it in the background (it was fairly hard to avoid).
The reception at the Old Fire Engine House was true to a village fete theme wedding, with a small tent rented from the local scout group and bunting and ribbon decorations. This was as DIY as I’ve ever seen a wedding, and there had been a lot of help & love from friends and family to put the day together. The weather provided a delicious mixture of light throughout the day, with on and off again rain that added to a rather unique party/festival atmosphere. The light worked really nicely with bubbles for guests and kids to enjoy and created some dramatic skies and effects for photos of the cathedral. These little pockets of light were also great for photographing Emily and Patrick in the garden.
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Andy & Jenny’s country wedding in the Hyde Estate and at the St Andrew’s Church in Nutstead. A beautiful sunny day, despite the threat of thunderstorms, to host a beautiful outdoor wedding around a teepee marquee by a lake.
This wedding had everything. Flowers were presented in tins and jars for the church and reception. The reception was held at the Hyde Estate, a beautiful country garden next to a stunning lake in the heart of Sussex. The teepee was decorated with hanging hops and fairy lights, as well as little hearts and bunting (as standard). Hosted by Toastmaster, Jeremy Griffin, the reception had a few outdoor games, Jenga, a coconut shy and croquet and lots of picnic rugs for guests to sit around the lawn and enjoy the ceremony.
They served Fish and Chips from a chip van, and had a Single Malt Scotch Whisky tasting during the wedding breakfast. There was also a caravan photo-booth, A classic VW Beetle wedding car supplied by Wedding Classic Cars and maps, globes & photos of all their travels together to round of the decor.
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A couple of shots from a wedding at Lancing college, that was lucky enough to coincide with the Shoreham RAFA air show this year at the end of August. The college is a stunning building, with photo opportunities inside and out.
The air show made for some really good photographs, and an interesting acoustic atmosphere of engines shooting overhead! I’ll admit to having a bit of a play with photoshop on the one above with the wing walkers flying overhead…but let’s be honest, I’d have been waiting all day for this one moment to happen and I wouldn’t want to keep the Bride & Groom waiting!