We had the wonderful pleasure of photographing Thom and Raneé’s wedding two weeks ago at Chiswick House in London. Their day was a dream to photograph from start to finish. I think you’ll see the best from the day very soon in our portfolio. Here’s a little sneak peek. This was photographed outside the historic greenhouse in the Italian Garden which was looking especially spectacular in anniversary of it’s creation 200 years ago.
Three weeks ago we were at The Larmer Tree Gardens for the wedding of David and Ruth. It’s no secret that we love it there! We’ve put together a collage of photographs from their special day. It was our first time back there this year and first time we’ve seen their new reception room all finished. It looks superb!
I can’t believe it was just over two weeks ago that Josh and I were in Spain to photograph the wedding of Henrietta and Balazs. It was truly an amazing experience! We’ve been dying to show you some pictures from their wedding. I couldn’t pick just one, so you’ve got two instead. Enjoy!
This is what our photography style is all about. Capturing those special moments, the real ones, that tell the story of the day. A little over three weeks ago Dave a Laura got married at Farbridge in Chichester. I love this photo. The groom had just glanced over his shoulder to see his bride to be enter the room and walk down the aisle. It was the first time he had ever seen her in a dress. His face says it all!
It can be quite a challenge deciding which image to showcase on the blog. A bride and groom photograph is often the choice we make for a wedding sneaky peek. We thought we’d go for something a little different from the usual romance and have gone for this – the couple taking a cheeky selfie. The setting in Meonstoke (Hampshire) was stunning. We snuck out for a few minutes after the speeches and captured a few photos in the fields. Have you seen the caricature of Josh and I drawn at this wedding? Check it out here (try not to laugh at us too much).
Just over three weeks ago Eddie and Steve got married at the Westgate Hall in the historic walls of Southampton. They celebrated their wedding reception on the outskirts of the New Forest. As the sun was setting, later that day, we couldn’t resist taking them to a nearby field for some photos. The ‘golden hour’ is my favourite time of the day to photograph a couple, as I’m sure it is for many photographers. The image we’ve chosen to highlight was shot by Josh. We loved it so much we’ve put it on our homepage.
Winchester’s Lainston House is one of mine and Josh’s favourite wedding venues. It’s always a pleasure to work there. As a photographer you’re spoilt for choice with the available backdrops to use. Richard (also known as Sparrow) and Rachel had their reception there on the 3 May. It was a superb day from start to finish. We were booked until midnight. Usually we leave shortly after the first dance. Let’s just say we’ve never seen a party quite like it! Wow!
Kim and Simon got married at the beginning of May this year and celebrated their wedding reception at Rhinefield House in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. Their wedding photography started with the respective morning preparations of both bride and groom. We captured their day through to the evening reception and beyond, ensuring no moment was missed. Two weeks ago when they saw their pictures for the first time, they were delighted! Here’s some of the wonderful words of gratitude they sent back to us: “I don’t even know where to start… the images are AMAZING!! We are completely blown away by how beautiful they are and how you managed to capture the day perfectly… I knew they’d be good, but we never expected them to be this perfect! You are truly talented and gifted photographers, and we are so grateful that you have captured our most special day so wonderfully. Everyone commented on the day about how friendly you and Josh both were, and how discreet you were with taking the photos, along with how you seemed to notice and capture every ‘picture perfect’ moment – from the kids playing, to every emotion…just fantastic. Thank you.”
In April 2014 Louise and Gareth tied the knot at a very unique venue in the Solent – Spitbank Fort. Now converted into a luxury hotel, it’s one of the most original venues we’ve ever had the pleasure of working. We’re really looking forward to sharing this wedding in full on the blog soon.
Here’s a first look at Charllyn and Ricardo’s wedding at Gaynes Park, Epping in April 2014. This image was photographed through a heart shaped opening in the garden gate.