It was so nice to go to wedding and see blue sky and that big hot yellow thing. I’d almost forgotten what summer weddings were like, and before the pedants correct me, yes I know technically it’s still spring. Helen and Amar’s ‘spring’ wedding was at the spectacular Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire. Hedsor House is one of those venues I’d be happy to shoot at all the time. It has everything you need for a perfect wedding day.
I first met Helen and Amar when Helen was maid of honour at her sister Gee’s wedding a couple of years ago. One thing I love about my job is meeting up with my previous couples at weddings. At Helen and Amar’s wedding I got to see Gee and Samm and Jen and Andy which was lovely.
Hedsor House Weddings are perfect if you want the country house feel for your wedding day.
Massive thanks to Helen and Amar for asking me to be their wedding photographer. It really was the perfect wedding day.
Claridges Wedding Photography, well what can I say about this fantastic, historic and totally iconic hotel. Claridges holds a very special place in heart as I use to go there a lot with my Dad when he was the hotels resident pianist. This must have been over 25 years ago however the hotel still looks as beautiful now as it did then. So when Maxence and Sim asked me to photograph their wedding at Claridges I was thrilled to be going back.
Prior to the wedding I met up with the lovely Audrey who is the events executive at Claridges and she gave me a guided tour of the different rooms that the couple would be using on their wedding day.
On the day of the wedding the snow was falling outside and the fires were burning in the hotel reception, it all felt very very cosy. The couple were married in the opulent drawing room at Claridges, followed by a drinks reception in the French Salon . The rooms were decorated with gorgeous flowers by Rob Van Helden who is regarded as one of the top florists in London.
I’d like to thank Maxence and Sim for asking me to photograph their wedding at Claridges Hotel in London. It was a fantastic wedding and I’m extremely proud to share a few images from the day.
I hope you like them
Tower Bridge Weddings are very unique. Something to do with the extremely iconic landmark, the incredible views and the fact that your actually getting married in Tower Bridge.
I had the privileged of shooting back to back weddings at Tower Bridge, last week Antonio and John Paul had their wedding ceremony at Tower Bridge and now was the turn of Tina and Rob. Tina and Rob decided to use the famous North Tower Lounge for their wedding ceremony and the venue for their wedding breakfast was the Victorian Engine Rooms at Tower Bridge. The Victorian Engine Rooms house the perfectly maintained, coal-driven engines which once used to power the Bridge lifts. They now were provide a striking backdrop to Tina and Rob’s wedding breakfast and an awesome prop for some cool wedding portraits.
As usual, the wedding was planned by the award winning Seasoned Events. Stephanie, Gavin and Denzil from Seasoned Events were on hand every step of the way and made sure that the Tina and Rob had the perfect wedding day.
Thanks to the suppliers for helping to make the photos look great:
DJ – Musical Movements (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Florist – Petal to the Metal (Paul@petaltothemetalflowers.uk)
Cake – Konditor & Cook (email@example.com)
Here’s a preview of Tina and Rob’s wedding. I hope you like the photos.