Wiston House Wedding Photographer
Here is a preview of Jess and Greg beautiful wedding at Wiston House in West Sussex. Please feel free to leave a comment below.
By Sean Gannon
Here is Rachels and Colins wedding at The Lambert Arms in Oxfordshire. Rachael organised the whole day from New Zealand which is no mean task! Here is a selection from the day. Feel free to leave a comment.
I am often booked well in advance of the wedding. However, Jo and Steve win the award for the longest time between booking me and the wedding date as it was 2 and a half years! When I arrived in the morning, it was super busy! I think there was about 10 people in one hotel room! Its always a great atmosphere when there are a lot of people. Jo was very calm and in control of everything. She had put so much effort into organising the day.
Cooling Castle looked fantastic with all the unique decorations that they used for the day. Throughout the reception drinks, the magician kept everyone amused. I have never seen as many presents given out in the speeches! The evening kicked off with their first dance with a live singer. After a long time planning, Jo and Steve had a fantastic wedding day!
Here are a selection of images from their wedding. Feel free to leave a comment below.
From the moment I arrived at Veron and Mary’s wedding, I knew they were going to have a great wedding. The boys and girls were only a few hundred yards from each other so I was able to get some images of the boys on Richmond Hill before seeing Mary at the Petersham. While Mary had a beautiful Rolls Royce to take her to Pembroke Lodge, Veron was delivered in style in a CityLink van!!!
Mary walked down the aisle to their friend playing the violin. When the moment came, they had the fasted first kiss I have ever seen!! Mary didnt want to get Veron covered in her lipstick! Its great that Pembroke Lodge allow confetti as the couple walk down the aisle. With the amazing weather, it felt like a summers garden party. The pop up photo booth kept everyone busy for the whole afternoon. The first dance in the Russell Suite was one of the warmest rooms I have photographed in but it didnt put anyone off dancing. The floor was full all night.
Here is a selection of images from their day. Feel free to leave a comment.
Pembroke Lodge Wedding Photographer
By Sean Gannon
Midweek weddings are often smaller affairs. That can certainly not be said for Brympton D’evercy in Somerset. With over 150 guests, this was a very busy day. The bridal room was so full with mum, bridesmaids and flower girls, it was a great atmosphere. Kate took her time coming up the aisle and even had time for a few hugs on the way up. She also danced on the way down! The guests relaxed all afternoon with drinks on the terrace as well as space hoppers and garden games. Ed, their toastmaster for the day who is a family friend, did an amazing job of helping everyone throughout the day.
The atmosphere during the wedding breakfast was fantastic, everyone seemed to know each other and there was never a lull. In the evening, there were a couple of surprises even from Greg. The Orangery had been transformed into a Moroccan themed area and Kate appeared in a stunning red dress! Kate and Greg must have practised their first dance for months and months! It involved at least two big lifts and lots of complex moves.
Here is a selection of images from their day. Feel free to leave comments below.
I dont think I have ever seen such a dramatic change in the weather at a wedding! From scorching sunshine after the ceremony to an absolute downpour that lasted the whole evening. Sue and Andy’s wedding was at Loseley Park with its stunning ceremony room. It was one of the most emotional weddings I have photographed. There was hardly a dry eye in the house! It was then off to the garden for the reception drinks with Baregroove keeping everyone entertained.
The speeches were fantastic with everyone delivering very thought out and entertaining speeches. With the rain pouring down, Sue and Andy came outside for some dramatic portraits. I hope her dress survived! After they cut the amazing cake made by Sue’s friend, the dance floor exploded! Baregroove got everyone up straight away and its rare a dance floor stays that full for the whole night!
Here are just a few images from their day. Feel free to comment or share.