It describes many weddings, but in this case it was included on the invitations! The wedding ceremony itself was beautiful and took place at the picturesque St Nicholas’ Church in Chislehurst. I have photographed many weddings there before, so I was familiar with the surroundings and how quaint they are. From there the party moved on to The Warren. This is a private members’ club available only to members and former members of the Met Police. Since a member of Becky’s family was in the police they were able to choose this charming and impressive country house to celebrate in. It dates from 1882 and has real character – just like Becky and Gordon!
Louise & Ryan’s wedding took place at Surrey National, a golf club with impressive rooms and sweeping grounds, as you’d expect. It made the perfect venue for the wedding and the grounds made the ideal backdrop for many of the celebratory photos afterwards.
It’s not often I get to photograph a wedding at one of my favourite wedding locations. However when I met Linda and Andy we instantly clicked, and I was delighted when they asked me to photograph their wedding at Northbrook Park.
Chloe & Aaron’s wedding day started at The Marriott Tudor Park, where in the morning Chloe got into her Bridal Chest gown and slipped on her Diane Hassall wedding shoes, before we headed to the ceremony at The Orangery. The ceremony was made even more special by musicians Groovetails, who also played beautifully at the reception.
I was totally spoiled with such beauty everywhere at The Orangery, from the outside ceremony to the stunning courtyard setting of the reception.
For Clare & Sam’s wedding I got to travel to the picturesque village of Chiddingfold in Surrey. Both the ceremony and the reception took place at the stunning Ramster country house, which bathed in glorious sunshine all day.
A few weeks ahead of their wedding day, Sarah & Greg wanted to get together do an engagement session in the grounds of their wedding venue of Morden Park.