Friday, 16 October 2015

Waterton Park Wedding Photographers | Emma & David's Wedding

We're so lucky to be hired to capture the celebrations of some of the loveliest couples and we are proud that the standard of our work attracts clients who value beautiful wedding photography and the top quality service we provide.  We get to work with some fabulous people and we were very happy when Emma and Dave chose us to be their Waterton Park wedding photographers. They've kept in touch with us in the run up to their wedding and during our last conversation Dave expressed concern about the weather because the forecast was rubbish for the Sunday, but we were over the moon when the forecast turned out to be wrong.  He and Emma struck lucky with a warm, dry, early autumn day, better than many of the so called summer days we've had this year, and we struck lucky being able to spend this beautiful day with this gorgeous couple and their guests.  Emma and her bridesmaids got ready at Waterton Park and we began the day's coverage with wedding photography in the Gamekeeper's Cottage, before making the trip to meet Dave and start the wedding photos at the Church of St Mary Magdelene in Campsell. Dave looked really smart in his traditional suit and the light was beautiful for his portraits outside this pretty church.  We received a warm welcome from the vicar and then our stunning bride arrived in a lovely car, beaming from ear to ear. After the ceremony and an avalanche of confetti at the church gate we set off back to the venue to arrive ahead of Emma and Dave, ready to start the wedding photography at Waterton Park Hotel. This venue really does have everything to offer when it comes to locations for great wedding photographs and Emma and Dave worked hard to help us fit as much as possible into the short time we had before the wedding breakfast.  The room looked elegant in ivory and pale peach and we decided that rather than just photograph it empty before the guests were invited in, it would be nice to include the couple within the scene.  The speeches were both emotional and hilarious, just how good speeches should be, and it was a bonus to have a few minutes of daylight after they had finished, to get outside again for a handful of photographs before darkness fell.  Mr and Mrs Holmes, you were stars and we have enjoyed every minute spent with you.  Thank you for giving us the privilege of being your photographers and for being so enthusiastic and lots of fun to work with.  It's been really hard choosing just a few images for your preview but we hope you love them and we look forward to designing a spectacular album for you soon.

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