25th February 2015
Dominoes. Serious business. Hugely competitive. Well, it is for Ellie and Rich.
We started our engagement shoot in the pub where they used to play dominoes together – a quick mock up game turned into something serious. No mercy given. Time to head out over to the park before things got messy. I loved this shoot as every part of it was significant to Ellie and Rich; the pub; the park and the views over to St Albans Cathedral. IT didn’t take much to bring out the chemistry of these two, they just fit together like two pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Can’t wait to post their wedding photos from South Farm …coming soon!
Chippenham Park wedding photography
Just catching up with my blog posts with Becky and Will’s wedding at Chippenham Park from last summer …and the images just make me smile. Smile a lot! What an incredible day – what an incredible couple. You are not likely to meet two more lovely and genuine people. And, apart from a few understandably nervous moments before the ceremony, I don’t think either of them stopped smiling all day. Great friends, great family made my job all that much easier.
Chippenham Park is quite simply beautiful. A grand family home with incredible gardens that go on forever. I could have spent all day photographing there and very much look forward to going back sometime soon. We had a few anxious moments with a drop of rain as the wedding party turned up to the park but thankfully it was a very brief drop. Plenty of opportunity to get out and enjoy the gardens. We were even blessed with a bit of glorious sunshine!
Glemham Hall weddings
Crisp, clear and wonderfully sunny day for Emma and Daniel’s wedding at Glemham Hall – a bit sunshine is always a bonus for a winter’s day. Glemham Hall looks great all year round but it really glows in the sun. It has an elegant grandeur of an historic house as well an eccentric charm of an old family home, somewhere with a “wow” factor as well as somewhere you can feel at home. Perfect backdrop for a wedding!
Farm wedding photography. The joy about being the daughter of a chamomile farmer is that you can plan your wedding to be a couple of days before the harvest. And then plan to take a horse and carriage ride through these amazing fields. Apart from the incredible scene, the smell was just incredible! I love this shot of Charlotte and Pete, slightly magical, almost if they are riding through the clouds.
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Garden Barn wedding. Just one photo from Michelle and Sean’s wedding at The Garden Barn. Well …weddings. The week leading up to the wedding was pretty anxious as Sean was not well. Not just a little green around the gills, he was not well at all. I’ve seen a few grooms look a little pale and anxious before their wedding ceremony but poor Sean was grey and hollow. He struggled through an incredibly emotional service but had to be whisked off to hospital pretty quickly afterwards. Thankfully Sean made a full recovery and with that they put together Part Two where we went back to the Garden Barn for photos and cake (two of my favourite things!) I’ll post a full blog from both weddings but for those of you that like to know a story has a happy ending, here is one of my favourite images from Part Two.
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