Emma and Richard were keen to have a few of our more arty photographs and at our consultation around a month before the wedding, we'd seen an arched doorway at the church and this resulted in an idea for a spectacular bridal portrait, which was firmly planted in our minds and very much on our to do list. We just hoped that the weather would play ball. If anything, it was too sunny, and this creates its own challenges but it's definitely much better than the wet stuff!
After the confetti throwing at the church gate, we left to start the Waterton Park wedding photography, and Pauline, the wedding co-ordinator, was there to welcome the couple and their guests to a champagne reception on the island. Emma and Richard had a few photos together until everyone had arrived, and we worked quickly through the group photos they had asked for, leaving some time for fun shots with the bridal party. Our aim with these is to get a sequence of animated images with happy expressions for the couple's storybook, and we weren't disappointed!
As regular wedding photographers at Waterton Park, we know that there are some must have locations for bride and groom portraits, including the stone archway at the lakeside, so straight after the wedding breakfast we dashed out with Emma and Richard to make use of the last of the daylight for their romantic couple photo session, before the first dance and evening party in the Boathouse downstairs.
Our congratulations on your marriage and our sincere thanks for choosing us to share your big day. We look forward to seeing you on your return from honeymoon.
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