Wow. Leeds Castle. My third wedding here, I think, and it never loses it's punch! I really feel privileged photographing around the grounds, when everyone bar the wedding party have gone home. Catherine availed herself of the 15th century bedroom, complete with four-poster bed to get ready for the ceremony. Suits of armour at every turn. Looking forward to returning soon.
Catherine loves the 300+ pictures, but has a problem. The album only holds 130... Which to choose...?
Federica has an Italian background, and there were some wonderful touches throughout her wedding day. St Peters is one of churches that you may pass hundreds of times, and have no idea how incredible it is inside. Also, in case you think you're seeing double, James has an identical twin, which made life interesting for my co-photographer, Sara's, preparation shots :)
Lovely to see Alex's dog joining in the Big Day :) Fantastic times with the full military sword tunnel and Yasmin looked so stunning.
News just in from Yasmin....
Wow! Thank you so much, we absolutely love the photos and you have captured our day perfectly. There are so many wonderful photos that we will treasure forever. You and Sarah were brilliant and we are so happy we chose you to photograph our wedding!
What a great day! St Michael's Church just a few yards away from Chenies Manor, a Tudor Grade 1 manor house. We had great people, great weather, and a great blue suit on Fabrice :) Fabrice is French, and you can spot the touches here and there, the Eurostar cheese board went down well :)
I hope I'll be back soon.
Just a few from Syon House. Two ceremonies in one day, fantastic! A civil ceremony followed by a Jewish blessing for Deon and Josh.
David, thank you for everything. You truly did us proud. All our friends and family including us, love your pictures and work!
Thanks Deon! (Love your head for heights...)