Winter wedding South Farm. We were on the cusp of the chilly weather for the Karen and Alex’s winter wedding at South Farm. The leaves are golden brown and still on the trees but there is a definite wintery feel in the air. Not quite enough for me to break out my woolly hat (Karen and Alex were spared that!) but enough to make any photography outdoors a challenge. We had to move quickly outdoors as turning blue in photographs is not a good look. It might have been chilly weather but you couldn’t have asked for a warmer reception. Karen was beaming with excitement when I turned up to photograph the bridal preps, calm and in control. When I turned up at the church, Alex was fizzing with energy. You could tell he was so keen to see Karen walk down the aisle. Throughout the day there was a quiet yet furious blur that was Karen’s brother with a ‘To Do’ list in one hand and a determined look on his face – imagine Billy Whizz in a morning suit.

I love the energy and connection these two have for each other – they couldn’t keep their eyes off of each other and couldn’t stop smiling all day. South Farm was the ideal backdrop for them, intimate, stylish with a huge heart. Here are some of my favourite images from the day. Congratulations to the new Mr & Mrs. Job well done!

BRIDAL PREPARATIONS AT HOME

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  1. Great coverage James. The avenue with the fallen autumn leaves looks especially lovely – a beautiful shot!

  2. Where exactly to start? Because it’s all first class – the happiness in the church, the excitement at the drinks reception, the joy during the wedding breakfast. And then there’s the portraits – all superb.