Christmas is a time where lots of people decide to show their love for each other and decide to get married. Getting engaged and deciding to get married is exciting but what do you need to do next?
I was delighted when I was invited to join this couple at the Registry Office in Maidenhead to capture those special moments of their wedding with them.
St Albans is a beautiful historic market town set in Hertfordshire. St Albans Registry Office or The Gatehouse, an imposing Victorian building, makes a wonderful venue for any civil ceremony wedding . The building is surrounded by a large beautiful garden with an impressive cannon outside the main entrance, which also provides an unusual backdrop for any wedding photography (and also a great way for me to get that extra bit of height when I need it).
Okay so this post isn’t strictly about wedding photography, however, I think 60 years together has got to be something to celebrate.
When I got contacted to cover a 60th wedding anniversary that is exactly what I thought. 60 years is definitely something that needs to be celebrated and I was more than happy to help with taking a few shots of the evening.
Wing is one of those gorgeous villages nestled in the Aylesbury Vale. If you’re looking for it on the map you will find it between Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard. It’s also home to Ascott which is part of the National Trust.
With such a beautiful setting in store I jumped at the opportunity to photograph a wedding there.
Are you planning a garden wedding party?
If you are looking for a wedding on a budget a garden party is a good idea. After the civil ceremony or wedding abroad why not head back home and have the wedding party in your garden?
That is what this couple from Beaconsfield did and it was such a great day.
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