Lovely summer wedding at The Mill at Elstead, Godalming

The leafy surroundings of The Mill at Elstead in Godalming were the setting for this laidback summer wedding with a steam punk feel. With stunning lime green and crimson flowers by Dawn Jennings Floristry (www.dawnjennings.co.uk) and a very special canine guest complete with tuxedo, it made for a very happy and colourful afternoon.

Late summer wedding at Wrest Park, Bedfordshire

Wrest Park in Bedfordshire with its stunning interiors and picturesque landscaped gardens made the perfect setting for this late summer wedding. After a beautiful ceremony in the Old Library, guests headed out for some champagne on the terrace while they enjoyed the impressive views. And I headed off with the bride and groom in a golf buggy which is used specially for photographing weddings since there’s such a lot of ground to cover with all the lovely spots for wedding photography at Wrest Park. Then it was into the Orangery for some group photos and the wedding breakfast. The happy couple ordered a stunning red linen fine art album with matching parent albums to compliment the lovely scarlet theme of their wedding day.

 

A happy Chelsea Registry Office wedding

Despite the unseasonal cold weather, this lovely wedding in Chelsea was full of joy and laughter. After the ceremony at Chelsea Registry Office and the obligatory photos on the iconic steps, the whole wedding party made their way back to the reception, which was in a beautiful spot by the river in Putney, by double decker bus.

Wedding photography at Wotton House, Dorking

The sun shone on this lovely wedding at Wotton House, Dorking. With its beautiful grounds, gothic temples and even a little grotto, it was the perfect spot for a wedding and we made the most of it and got lots of photos all around the grounds (although one of them did involve me balancing on the roof of the temple for the group shot – all in a day’s work). Congratulations to the happy couple x

Beautiful spring wedding at Strawberry Hill House, Twickenham

The stunning setting of gothic Strawberry Hill House – which I think looks like a wedding cake itself – provided the backdrop for this lovely spring wedding. With beautiful architecture and  rooms painted in different heritage colours, we were spoilt for choice when deciding where to take the photos. Following the wedding ceremony, the bridal party made its way by a London taxi wedding car to a reception overlooking Hampton Court Palace. With handmade wooden signs, a knitted bride and groom cake topper, home-baked cake  and even handcrafted posts from which the lanterns hung – this was very much a family affair. After guests had enjoyed a round or two of crazy golf and sampled the delights of the local ale van, they sat down to a feast from MyPieLondon.com, just as the rain started.

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