Roy and Natasha – The Old Vicarage Wedding Photographer – sneak peek
Wow! What an awesome wedding day. I started off in Poole with Natasha getting ready with blue skies (despite it being a bank holiday) and ended up at a new venue for me (and I’m glad I’ve discovered it) – the old vicarage near christchurch in dorset. In between this there was a fabulous service at St Katherines church in Exbury. Roy and Natasha were both awesome and I knew that this was going to be a brilliant wedding to photograph and I wasn’t wrong. I even got to take some photos by the bluebells near the church en route to the old vicarage where we got chance to do some more bride and groom portraits. I was lucky enough to get a seat on a table at the wedding breakfast and to eat some of the delicous food prepared by the award winning chef at the old vicarage. I was properly stuff and everyone commented on how great the food was which is always a bonus on a wedding day as it helps make everyone happy. As it was such a sunny day everyone was out enjoying the sunshine with children playing and everyone basking in the may day bank holiday sunshine. This gave me plenty of time to stalk my prey and get some fabulous candid photos with no-one noticing me taking any photos at all. Pretty much a perfect wedding day! Before we all knew it the light was fading and it was time to take one last portrait by the light of the candles hanging up outside and with the aid of my magic lights I created a picture perfect image that you can see below.
All that remains if for me to say congratulations Mr and Mrs Jones!
You can see during the wedding service here:
and see inside the wedding breakfast here:
and the outside of the old vicarage looks like this:
If you are getting married at the old vicarage then please contact me about your wedding photography.