Yesterday, myself and my second shooter, Sarah, photographed the amazing wedding of Greer and Fraser.
The day began with the bridal preparations at Greer’s parents gorgeous house by Wightwick Manor. We then set out to St Michael & All Angels Church in Tettenhall. Before the ceremony we were all hoping for a sunny, clear day…….but, that wasn’t what mother nature had planned!
Immediately after the ceremony, just as everyone had got outside, the heavens opened and treated us to a pretty intense thunderstorm. Fortunately, we were all armed with umbrellas.
We all rushed into our cars to avoid getting drenched and made our way to The Cowshed at Woodhall Farm (a beautiful venue with lots of hidden spaces).
The speeches were warm, heartfelt and amusing (the best men performed brilliantly).
The night then ended to the music of The Review, an amazing wedding band that after last night, I would highly recommend!
Yesterday myself and my second shooter, Sarah, photographed the wonderful Jo & Aaron come together in holy matrimony.
Preparations began with Jo and her bridesmaid at the gorgeous Park House Hotel in Shifnal. She was definitely one of the most chilled out brides I’ve met!
We then drove down to St Nicholas’ C of E Church for the ceremony, which was beautiful!
Arriving back at Park House Hotel, everyone ate, laughed, cried and danced late into the night.
Here are my picks of the day, enjoy!
First things first, congratulations to both Louise and Michael, you are a wonderful couple and amazingly easy going!
Well, this was the hottest wedding I’ve photographed to date. Clear blue skies all day, even the weather had blessed this wedding.
Gainsborough House in Kidderminster is a gorgeous venue with very attentive staff. All contributing to a very smooth, albeit hot day.
Huge thanks to:
My second shooter - Sarah Adams - www.facebook.com/sarahhadamssphotography/
MUA - Marra Entezary - www.facebook.com/marrabeauty/
And all of the guests, for making the day a memorable one!
Beth and Paul’s day was a wonderful one. A beautiful outdoor ceremony followed by outdoor games and fireworks! The day went fantastically smoothly (bar a touch of rain, but that didn’t stop us!)
From the first day I met them I could tell they were perfect for each other.
Congratulations to you both.
Here are a few favourites from the day.
Venue - The Limes Country Lodge Hotel, Earlswood, Solihull - http://limescountrylodge.co.uk
18/03/2017 - The day Ruby and Stu came together to celebrate their love for each other.
After a lovely drive down the M5 my second shooter, Sarah, and I arrived at their home in Worcester. We were greeted by a nervous bride with excited bridesmaids buzzing around, making sure all of Ruby’s needs were attended to. After capturing all of the moments of preparation I checked out the gorgeous bell tent provided by The Enchanted Little Bell Tent Company which was a really quirky addition to the day.
We then went on to the ceremony at Claines Church (a beautiful 11th century ecclesiastical building) where the bride and groom exchanged vows and became each others.
Finally, we traveled down the road to The Holt Fleet, Worcester, for the wedding reception. Where there is a breathtaking view of The Thomas Telford Bridge and the River Severn. The cake was cut, speeches were made (the mother of the bride had made a very interesting slideshow which included some hilarious pictures of the bride and groom alongside some very helpful advice). The first dance was then commenced and what a first dance it was! It was a perfectly choreographed Ceroc that impressed and moved everyone in attendance.
That’s all from me, enjoy the images!
Ruby & Stu won my full day package via a ‘Win your wedding wishlist’ competition through Jam Jar Weddings and Events.
Make up - Victoria Forrester
Bell Tents - The Enchanted Little Bell Tent Company
Florist - La Fleur
Second Shooter - Sarah Adams Photography
Videographer - Harry Fisher Film and Photography
Favours and decoration - Jam Jar Weddings and Events