Category: Summer Weddings
Sunshine and showers for last weekends shotgun wedding.Â No, no, not that kind of shotgun wedding - Rachal and Brendan had some unique entertainment for their guests, laser clay shooting.Â After their ceremony at St Celilia's in Adstock, they walked next door to the Old Rectory for their marquee reception.
The second day of Meera and Ben's wedding was a civil ceremony followed by a reception at the Trafalgar Tavern overlooking the Thames in Greenwich. A big thank you to my partner Suzanne Fossey who came to shoot alongside me at the wedding, the shot of Ben seeing Me ...
A two day wedding for me this weekend.Â Meera and Ben had their Hindu ceremony on Saturday at the Manor House in Borehamwood, and the next day had a civil ceremony and reception in Greenwich. Part two to follow soon !
The weather couldn't make up it's mind at the weekend - I arrived at Caroline and Mike's wedding to a torrential downpour, then glorious sunshine, then rain again, eventually it cleared up for everyone to enjoy the glorious surroundings of Elton Hall where they held the whole event.
My second visit to the Cambridge colleges in 2010, this time St. John's College was the venue for Neda and Graham's packed day.Â After a ceremony in St. John's chapel, they moved to the Master's Garden for drinks, then the Great Hall for a Persian ceremony followed by the wedding breakfast.Â Later in the evening we moved to Michaelhouse to dance. They said .. Duncan, Thank you again for ...
My first visit to Hengrave Hall and I think it might become a favourite, great venue !Â Adele and Ben were married in the church on the grounds and then moved to the main hall for their reception.
The endless summer continues, another beautiful day for Rosie and Spencer's wedding at All Saints Church, Wrabness and then on to Priory Hall in Hadleigh for a marquee reception.
A local wedding for me last weekend, Rachael and Paul were married at St Mary & St Margarets Church, Sprowston and the on by very fast car to The Dairy Barns, Hickling for their reception.