It was a gorgeous day for the wedding of M&S. A sunny, yet a tad chilly spring day in March. Wedding photography at Moor Park is always beautiful, as it is such an outstanding wedding venue. The photography is even more special when the sun is out and the light filters beautifully in all the rooms that the venue offers. Moor Park is situated just north west of London, and ideally situated. I arrived fairly early in the morning to capture a few shots of the bride getting ready. The venue offers a lovely suite for the bride and bridesmaids to get ready in. By the time I arrived, the preparations were well under way.
The mood was relaxed, with everyone sipping a drink while chatting and getting ready. Everything is within reach and I was able to move around to capture a few shots of guests arriving and the groom greeting them.
An emotional wedding ceremony
Everything ran to time on the day. The bride, groom and guests alike were ready for the ceremony. It was lovely to see the emotion on both M&S faces as they saw each other for the first time during the ceremony. This is what weddings are about for me. Those real moments of joy and love that take place during a wedding. The ceremony was lovely, mixed with laughter and tears. Shortly after the ceremony, guests gathered outside for a confetti throw that was followed by a few family pics. It was still a bit chilly to have drinks outside, and guests moved indoors for the rest of the drinks reception.
Both the bride and groom love their music and a classical trio provided some beautiful music during the reception. Just before the wedding meal, the bride and groom joined me for a few portraits before being welcomed by their friends and family for the wedding breakfast.
Fun speeches and traditional dancing
After the meal, following with tradition, we had speeches. They were all lovely and emotional. And funny too. And I think that this is the perfect recipe for wedding speeches. They were also the right amount of time which means that guests are entertained. After the speeches, we adjourned to the main Hall were the bride and groom had a lovely cake waiting for them, ready to be cut! A lot of effort had been paid to and the the band were incredible as was the lighting in the room. The bride and groom performed their first dance before their family and guests joined. Shortly after, as a surprise to their guests., Sega dancers arrived onto the dance floor. The bride has a Mauritian background and the Sega dancers perform a traditional dance that is special to the bride and her family. It was beautiful to see!
Shortly after the Sega dancers. it was time for me to leave the M&S to enjoy the rest of their evening with their guest. Below are some of my favourite images from their wedding, I really hope that you like them. If you are getting married and wonder what Wedding photography at Moor Park is like, then I hope that the images below give you a god insight. I certainly recommend this wedding venue, it is beautiful and the staff are very attentive and helpful!
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An incredible wedding venue a throw away from London
Moor Park is situated just outside London, not far from the greater London boundary. It is about 15 miles from Central London, making it an ideal choice for people living in London but wanting a more country side feel to their wedding. It is a throw away from the M25, less than 10 minutes from the M1 and not far from the Overground and Metropolitan lines.
Moor Park is a fully functional golf club with specific areas reserved for weddings. The Mansion is from the 17th Century and you can see stunning paintings in the main rooms. Moor park used to be home to royalty as well as archbishops. The venue is filled with art and decoration that will inspire you. The wedding team is very professional and offer a tailored service to your special wedding day.
The venue is surrounded by 300 acres of woodland which makes you feel like you have escaped the hustle and bustle of the capital.
Hampton Court House Wedding Photographer – a spring wedding
It was a typical end of winter, beginning of spring day. It was mild at times, overcast and a tiny bit of rain arrived also in the evening. But all in all, a very pleasant day for the wedding of K and R. My day started at the bride’s parents home. Everyone was very relaxed and in good spirits when I arrived. I had a little chat with the guests on arrival and I was offered a lovely cup of coffee. It is nice to start slowly and I found out that they had visited Peru as a family (I am originally from Peru), so it was great to hear that they had a good time there.
The bride was fairly ready by the time that I got there but it was still nice to capture a few photographs of everyone getting ready. Everyone was on time and it went all smoothly. The venue, Hampton Court House, was only a few minutes drive away. I made sure to arrive before the bridesmaids and the bride to capture a few images of the groom and the guests. It is lovely to see people arriving, old friends and acquaintances meeting again after some time. I love the genuine smiles and hugs that I get to witness during this time.
The bride arrived in a lovely vintage car, something I know that she had been looking forward to. I wanted to capture a photograph of her arriving at the venue in that lovely car and capturing the setting of the venue. The weather was dry although a tad windy. Inside, everything looked beautiful and warm for the wedding ceremony.
A lovely afternoon at a historic venue
The wedding ceremony was beautiful. There was a piano player playing before, during and after which gave a lovely feel to the ceremony. It was great to see the smiles on both the bride and groom as soon as they saw each other. After the ceremony, the guests were invited downstairs for the drinks reception. It was a very bright room and with ample space for guests to mingle and catch with each other. In particular, I liked how much space there is at the venue. There are separate rooms for all the key sections of the day, which means that there is no need to turn rooms around.
During the drinks reception we capture a few family photos and portraits of the bride and groom, before heading into the wedding breakfast. The room was very impressive and beautifully decorated. After the meal, it was time for some speeches. There were a few different speakers, but all speeches were meaningful and not overly long. After this, it was time for the cutting of the cake and then finally some dancing. The bride and groom were not keen on a first dance as such, so guests just started dancing when the band started playing. I left shortly after having had a lovely day and witnessed a beautiful wedding.
Below are some of my favourite images from their wedding day. It was a real joy to work with K and R and their family and friends. They were all very friendly and easy to get on with, which made it also very pleasant for me. I really hope that you like the photographs below and I would love to hear from if you are looking for a Hampton Court House wedding photographer, or any other venue for that matter! Thank you for visiting my website and reading this post!
Wedding slideshow below (click to play – more images)
Wedding Images below (smaller subset from slideshow)
Hampton Court House Weddings
Hampton Court House is a gorgeous Georgian mansion set in Surrey, inside the M25. It is surrounded by 9 acres of beautiful 18th century gardens. Hampton Court House works as an independent school during the week and host beautiful events at the weekends. The venue has stunning architecture and lots of space for you to plan a fairy tale wedding.
The venue is ideally situated with access to the main airports for your international guests. The venue has separate areas for the drinks reception, ceremony, wedding breakfast and dancing, so this means that everything is ready without needing to turn rooms around.
In summer, the gardens are available for beautiful photos and for your guests to enjoy. I genuinely recommend giving this beautiful venue a visit if you are planning your wedding in Surrey.
West Wycombe Park Wedding Photographer – a second shooting adventure
As a wedding photographer, I always like to try different things. I am busy photographer so I generally do not get a chance to work with other photographers. However, last year, my good friend Jamie Dunn was looking for someone to help him with one his weddings. As I happened to be free on the date, I offered to second shoot for him. It was a strange experience, as I am generally the lead in all my weddings. I have the relationship with the client also so I know a lot more about the wedding day itself. However, the advantages of second shooting were for me to for once work in a different way than I normally do. An opportunity to try something different. To look at different angles as I don’t have the pressure of the main shooter to deliver some “expected” images. And it is also great to see how a colleague works and perhaps learn something from them too!
My day started documenting the groom getting ready at a countryside pub not too far away from the church. It was a gorgeous sunny day and there were a few nerves in the morning, but all to be expected in such an important day. Everyone looked very elegant and it was a pleasant morning with the ushers and groom’s sipping coffee and then later a G&T before going to the church. On arrival, the church looked amazing and everyone was waiting for the bride to arrive and the ceremony to get underway.
An entrance in style
The bride arrived only a few minutes late. she arrived in a gorgeous horse carriage. She looked amazing as did her bridesmaids. There some signs of nervousness but it was mainly excitement and anticipation. The service was beautiful and it included a couple of readings. There were a few tears (of joy) and there were some lovely moments. After the service, the guests had lined up for a confetti shot. After the service, the bride and groom left for portraits while I followed the guests to the drinks reception and West Wycombe Park. It is truly a gorgeous setting, especially in a nice summer day. The views over the lake are impressive. Guests were entertained by a live acoustic band. They also enjoyed canapés of course and drinks.
The bride and groom made another entrance on the horse and carriage (and why not it looked great) and then they joined their guests to mingle until the call for dinner was made. I stayed to cover only the father of the bride’s speech before heading home and leaving the main photographer to finish documenting the day.
A lovely afternoon
I spent a gorgeous morning and afternoon documenting this wedding alongside my good friend Jamie. It was great for me to work in a slightly different role and try a d few different things. Below are some of my favourite images from this day, I really hope that like them! If you are looking for a West Wycombe Park wedding photographer (or for any other venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you. Thanks for visiting my site, I greatly appreciate it! Please take some time to check some other relevant weddings, such as this one at Coworth Park in Berkshire or this one at Eynsham Hall in Oxfordshire
West Wycombe Park is a stunning venue
West Wycombe Park is a gorgeous location for a day out, let alone for a wedding! It has been in home to the Dashwood family for over 3 centuries. It is set in a lovely landscape park , where you can stroll around for hours and find hidden temples. The park also boasts a man made lake, which creates stunning views, specially at sunset. It is recommended to pay a visit to this fabulous National Trust venue in Buckinghamshire if you are travelling in the area. The House in itself (not featured in this wedding) is fantastic and so are the grounds. West Wycombe village is asl very pretty to visit.
Wedding Photography at this unique venue
As mentioned above, I was helping a good friend for this wedding. As such, I did focus more on photographing guests while my colleague was taking portraits of the bride and groom around some of the beautiful temples on the estate. The bride and groom opted for a marquee reception just by the lake which provided unique views to their guests. There was a great fete/arty vibe during the drinks reception. Guests were outside enjoying the live acoustic band, children were eating and running around and everyone was very relaxed. The couple chose an un-posed style of photography which is the way I like to capture weddings. I would love to hear from you via my contact page. I love relaxed weddings where you can be you and just enjoy your day with your guests. My prices include travel all over the UK.
I was looking forward to the wedding of N and C in London. It was a real winter wedding, one of the last one’s for me this year. I was very excited to the Crypt wedding photographer a beautiful venue in Ely Place. The wedding started at the bride and groom’s apartment where the bride and her family were getting ready. It was the sort of wedding I really enjoy documenting. Everyone was welcoming and relaxed and they carried on enjoying their day without worrying too much about me. This allows me to capture the natural moments that I am after! After a short while, we headed for Islington Town Hall were the wedding ceremony would take place.
I have worked at Islington Town Hall on a few occasions before. It is a lovely registry, full of history. It has a variety of rooms to suit the size of the wedding party. I enjoy seeing guests arriving and then waiting patiently for the bride to arrive. Everything run to time and to plan and the service was short but lovely. After the ceremony, guests waited outside for a confetti throw. Being November and fairly late, there was very little light available but it made for some magical pictures. Guests were transported in green route master to the drinks reception.
Drinks reception at Ye Olde Mitre and wedding breakfast at the Crypt
The drinks reception took place at Ye ld Mitre, a Pub from the 16th Century that opened exclusively for the wedding, as it is normally closed on Saturdays. A beautiful place, full of character and history. Guests were welcomed to champagne and a selection of drinks and ales from the bar. The place looked beautiful and it is an amazing and inspiring venue, certainly great for the wedding! It was nice to see people mingling in the tight spaces – the pub is fairly small but makes it cosy and interesting. After a while, guests were invited to walks 200 yard to the Crypt for the wedding breakfast.
The Crypt of St Etheldreda’s is also an historical place and it looked fantastic. Everything had been decorated beautifully and it had a nice wintery feeling, almost christmassy! Guests enjoyed another drink here before sitting down for a gorgeous three course meal. The meal was accompanied by live piano music which added to the magical feeling of the evening. The bride and groom did not want many traditional aspects at their wedding and there were minimum portraits and group photos. Speeches were also short (only two of them). However, there was a lovely surprise song by the groom that was beautiful and funny at the same time! The bride and groom also opted for not having a first dance, so after the meal, the music started and guests who chose you joined in on the dance floor.
A beautiful London weddding
It was a lovely wedding with a lovely couple. They were keen on having a day that was relaxed and surrounded by their close family and friends. Below are some of my favourite images form their day, I really hope that you like them. If you are getting and lookig for a TheCrypt wedding photographer (or any other wedding venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you! Thanks for visiting and for reading.
A wedding at the Manor Hotel on Weston on the Green
I was looking forward to being the Weston Manor wedding photographer for the wedding of A & L. I had met with them at my studio a couple of weeks before their wedding. They are a lovely couple who were looking for a beautiful wedding day with friends and families. The venue, the Manor Hotel on Weston on the Green is in Oxfordshire. It is a beautiful Hotel with ample space for wedding ceremonies. I had been at this venue on a couple of prior occasions and I was looking forward to returning.
The weather was not great for their wedding day sadly. In fact, it rained for most of the day so the wedding had to take place indoors. The bride and groom had hoped to perhaps have the ceremony outdoors but the weather was not playing ball. It however did not dampen the mood for the day. Everyone was smiling and relaxed and getting on with things. I arrived to capture a few shots of the bride getting ready. She was with her nieces and sister, who was also her bridesmaid. Also present was the family dog from the bride. In fact, this wedding had two lovely dogs present for part of the day, which made this day special too. The mood was calm with a little bit of anticipation. Guests were starting to arrive and congregating at the bar.
The ceremony was beautiful. A cello played for the guests and it was beautiful to hear in a such a grand setting as the main room at the venue. Both bride and groom were a bit emotional and there were readings from family members and friends. After the first kiss and the signing of the register, it was time for everyone to enjoy drinks and canapés.
An afternoon wedding reception
The wedding reception included more cello playing. I really love the sound of the cello and it complemented beautifully the wedding reception. A magician was also present entertaining children and grown ups too! Guests moved around the Hotel and it has some nice spots for people to get together and chat. After the drinks reception, it was then time for a lovely three course dinner followed by speeches. They were all beautiful and memorable, from the heart and original. Tis is what I really like, when speeches are personal and meaningful! We got a lucky break after the speeches as the rain stopped for a few minutes to venture outside for a few portraits before heading back in for the first dance.
Below is a selection of my favourite wedding images from their wedding day. I really hope that you like them! It was joy to work A & L, a lovely couple who were very attentive to everyone. They wanted to have a happy day with family and friend and they certainly created the right setting for this. If you are getting married and are looking for a Weston manor wedding photographer (or for any other venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you. Thanks so much for visiting my website and if you like my work, I would love to hear from you in the comments section below.
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I have been known as a relaxed London wedding photographer for some time now. I love documenting weddings that are easy going and that flow nicely. Weddings where couples are interested in spending time with their family and friends. It is about capturing wedding in a relaxed and unobtrusive way. I look at being discreet and engaging with people so they also feel relaxed when being photographed. This is the way that I have been working nor for many years. It means that both my couples and I enjoy the wedding day.
The wedding of S & T started at S’s home where she was getting ready with her friends and family. There was a lot of excitement. However, the most excited of them all seemed to be dad. A fan of buses, he was waiting for the red Routemaster that had been commissioned to take us all to the church and then from the church to Ruskin House. Everyone was excited about the bus, but it did add an extra sparkle to dad’s eye for sure! The journey to the church only took about 10 minutes and we got there bang on time. I had a few minutes to get acquainted with the church before the bride made her entrance with mum and dad. I found it beautiful that both mum and dad walked the bride down the aisle.
It was a busy ceremony with lots of guests and children. After the ceremony, guests were invited for cake and coffee in the church hall. This was the church were S had worshipped and spent a lot of time in her youth so it was very special to them to have some time there. After a bit it was time to move to the venue for the rest of the celebrations
A wedding at Ruskin House
I had not documented a wedding at Ruskin House before. The venue is situated in Croydon. It has a large garden that was used by all adult guests and enjoyed even more by the children. Plenty of spots to play and run around. The weather was lovely so people were enjoying canapés and drinks outside. There was a fete party ambiance, a very “chilled” afternoon. After a bit it was time for the second round of speeches (a couple of speeches took place during cake and coffee). The speeches were also done outside which was great and added to the informal and relaxed vibe of the day. After that, it was time to eat, barbecue style. It was a lovely meal and it was all very informal, guests choosing were to seat, whether indoors or outdoors.
After the meal, it was the n time for the evening dancing. The bride and groom had chosen a ceilidh. I think that ceilidhs are great (albeit energetic) as it gets people involved and it is different. I cover a few minutes of the ceilidh before heading home.
It was a lovely wedding. Everyone was very welcoming and I genuinely enjoyed document their wedding day. Below are some of my favourite images, I really hope that like them! If you are looking for a relaxed London wedding photographer (or any other location for that matter), I would love to hear from you. Please also feel free to leave me a comment at the end of this post, I would love to hear from you.
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At the beginning of September, I took off from Luton Airport towards Kosice in Slovakia. I was looking forward to being the Slovakia Destination Wedding Photographer for the wedding of E & A. It was a very early start as I was travelling directly to Kosice on the third place out of the day at 5:50, so it was an early start! Nonetheless, I was very excited to discover a new country, new traditions and to witness and document the lovely wedding of A & E. I arrived a day before the wedding day. It gave the opportunity to visit the wedding ceremony location in advance and meet some of the main participants in advance. The ceremony was to take place in the village were the bride grew up, Dlhé Klčovo, in a lovely Greek Catholic church. After a good night’s rest, I was ready to capture their wedding day!
My morning started taking a few pictures of the groom getting ready at a nearby Hotel. The groom was fairly relaxed and excited. It was great to see how much this day meant to him. Any signs of worry seem to be related to the organisation of the day. He wanted to make sure that all went to plan. When I got to the bride’s house, the was a really relaxed vibe going on. The bride was finishing getting ready with her friends. Family members came to see her as soon as she was ready and it was great to see their reactions. I then made my way to the church to capture a few shots of guests arriving.
A Greek Catholic wedding ceremony
Contrary to the traditions that we are used to in the UK, the bride arrived to the church and met the groom outside. The bride and groom then entered the church together, following the priest. A lot of effort had been made, to translate the order of service if both languages. The ceremony was beautiful and it included music played by the bride and groom’s close friends. The bride and groom being musicians, the day was going to be filled with music! many of the traditions are different, including the exchange of rings being done without the priest. After the ceremony, the bride and groom greeted their guests outside. Some really lovely moments took place, with friends and family congratulating the bride and groom. After a surprise pigeon release and a bouquet throw, it was time to head to the wedding venue.
A wedding reception at Ranč Zaľubova
The drinks reception and evening meal took place at the ranch, a mere 20 minutes away from the church. It was a gorgeous and rustic wedding venue in a lovely setting. Drinks and food awaited. As the sun was hiding behind the hills, we took the opportunity to take a few portraits before going into the barn for the wedding breakfast. A tradition of the bride smashing a plate and the groom clearing it up (playfully hindered by family members) took place before everyone was allowed in. The meal and the evening followed a very different pattern that any other wedding that I had been to. The first dance followed the starters. There was then dancing followed by the other courses and speeches also took place late at night. It was really good fun as it was very relaxed with a great party spirit throughout. I stayed until fairly late capturing as much of the vibe of the day as I could. My coverage started after a tradition at midnight. The bride is threatened by her eldest brother with a knife and axe. The brother then dances with his mother and the bridesmaid before all the guests take turns to dance with the bride. At the end, the groom tried to break in and eventually dances with the bride before taking her away! It was a great experience and I enjoyed every minute!
Below is a short selection of my favourite images from their wedding day. It was day filled with joy and everyone made me feel so welcome. It is a shame that I only stayed a couple of days in Slovakia as I really enjoyed this “taster session” and I would love to discover more. The scenery in this area is truly beautiful. If you are ever looking for a Slovakia Destination Wedding Photographer (or any other destination for that matter), I would love to hear from you. Thanks so much for reading and visiting my site! I would love to hear your comments in the comments section below!
I really enjoy documenting Lillibrooke Manor weddings. The venue is relaxed and beautiful. It is set in Berkshire near Maidenhead. The main area used for weddings is the Barn. There are other areas for the bride to get ready and for the civil ceremony. If the weather is nice. guests can also enjoy drinks in the gardens. Lillibrooke Manor was the venue chosen by S & M for their wedding reception.
My day started at theRiver Arts club documenting the bride getting ready. It was a nice morning and the bride and her bridesmaids were getting ready in one of the lovely rooms that the venue offers. I normally try to capture a few shots depicting the mood and surroundings before heading for the ceremony. The wedding ceremony took place in Marlow, only a 15 minutes drive away. The ceremony was nice. Afterwards, the guests greeted the bride and groom by releasing balloons which was a nice touch and fun to capture. After this, it was time to head to venue.
A Barn Wedding Reception
The weather had turned a little blustery by the time the bride and groom arrived at the venue. The umbrellas were out but the guests were still able to stay in the garden for a while as it was just a short shower. The weather turned very wet later, when luckily all guests were in the barn for dinner. The drinks reception was relaxed with guests enjoying champagne and canapés. Some guests were playing crocket, some other were taking pictures and it was nice to see children running around too! We took a few minutes also to take a few portraits as the guests were finding their seats for the wedding breakfast.
Speeches preceded the wedding breakfast, something that I see happening more frequently. This is great for speakers as they can then eat and relaxed without being worried about the speeches. After a gorgeous three course meal, the guests had a few minutes to stretch their legs before the cutting of the cake and the first dance.
It was a lovely day spent with a lovely couple. I had met S & M previously during their pre-wedding shoot and it was nice to know them already a bit better for their wedding day. Below are some of my favourite wedding images from their day, I really hope that you like them! As usual, the slideshow has a few more images so you get a better feel for their day. If you are considering Lillibrooke Manor weddings, I certainly recommend them and would love to chat to you if you are looking for a wedding photographer. Thanks you for reading and visiting my site!
I was very much looking forward to being the Barrandov Opera wedding photographer for the wedding of M & L. It was my first time at the Barrandov Opera, a venue in Needham Market in Suffolk. As the name implies, it is a venue used for small and intimate Opera. It was a rainy day for the wedding of M & L but neither the bride and groom, or their guests, seemed phased by it. I arrived early enough to have a look around the venue and then capture a few shots of the bride getting ready. The groom and their family were there also early in the day. They were checking for the last few details and welcoming the guests as they arrived. Everyone seemed happy and relaxed and there was a nice calm flow to the morning. In fact, if I remember correctly, the ceremony started bang on time or even a few minutes early.
The bride and groom were radiant and the ceremony was short but lovely. It is clear to see how happy they both looked and how pleased for them their friends and family were! The rain was relentless on the day and the drinks reception took place indoors. Luckily, the venue has a separate nice and spacious room that can be used exactly in these situations.
An afternoon to remember
The drinks reception is always a great opportunity for me to capture naturally people. Friends re-acquainting which each other, family members enjoying each others company and new people meeting for the first time. It is probably one of my favourite moments during the wedding day. I get to observe people. I enjoy capturing those little moments of real emotions. After the drinks reception, the guests were invited back into the main area of the venue for the wedding breakfast and speeches. It all run smoothly, with a lovely meal and guests enjoying each other’s company. After the meal followed some short speeches before guests had the opportunity to relax and stretch their legs before the first dance. We were able to grab a couple of portraits outside as the rain almost stopped for a few minutes. The first dance had some great lighting and it was fun to document.
Below are some of my favourite images from their wedding day, I really hope that you enjoy them. It was great for me to meet the bride and groom an their family and everyone was super friendly on the day, it was a joy t document their wedding day, If you are looking for a Barrandov Opera wedding photographer, or any other venue for that matter, I would love to hear from you. Thanks s much for visiting my site and for reading!
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I had worked before at the sister venue called Kachette. I was very pleased when I was asked to be the Shoreditch Studios wedding photographer for the wedding of E & M. It was a hot summer day and perfect for a London wedding. The bride and groom were looking for a relaxed wedding in a unique space in London. If you have not visited Shoreditch before, it is a very hip and arty area of London. My coverage started at the Hoxton Hotel just 5 minutes walk away from the venue. Both the bride and groom were getting ready at the Hotel. It was a busy morning with lots of people around. There was a good buzz and lots of energy. There was however no signs of stress, everyone was in god spirits.
After a while, the groom walked to the wedding venue to make sure that everything was ready before the ceremony. Shortly after, wedding guests started arriving and the venue started filling up. The bride arrived in a traditional black cab. The bridesmaids and bride looked fantastic and everyone was in a great mood. Some friends of the bride and groom were playing as the bride walked down the aisle which made it very personal and moving. The ceremony was lovely and it was followed by a confetti run.
Wedding breakfast at Shoreditch Studios
The drinks reception included canapés and drinks. A magician had been hired also to perform for the guests. The area near the venue has many graffitis and E & M wanted to take some portraits that would showcase them. After a short portrait session, it was then time for the wedding breakfast. After the wedding breakfast followed some speeches and then the first dance. Everything flowed in a nice way and the environment chosen by the bride and groom, alongside with the great work provided by the venue and caterers meant that everyone was chilled and had a great time!
Below are some of my favourite images from their wedding day. As always, it is very difficult to cut down images but I just want to show a few images that give you a good feeling for the day. The bride and groom, as their guests. were incredibly friendly and easy going and a joy to work with. I genuinely enjoyed capturing this wedding and below are some of my favourite images from their day! I really hope that you like and please feel free to leave me a comment at the end of this post. If you are looking for a Shoreditch Studios wedding photographer (or any other venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you! Thanks for visiting my site!