I mentioned in my last post, how quite randomly wedding commissions can be spread out geographically, and then equally randomly be grouped closely together. I get to work at a lot of wonderful venues and always especially like it when I get to know venues over repeat visits, knowing the management, staff, lighting and environment better. As with the previous week, this wedding was at Silchester House in Berkshire. It is a great example of how it is the people that make a wedding unique. The couple, their friends, family, tastes and individuality shine through in terms of everything that takes place. What they say, how they dress, what they dance to and even what they choose to eat (and drink).
Charlotte & James chose to have their whole wedding celebrations at the house, and utilised every opportunity the venue offered to create the backdrop for their wedding. From my perspective, I discovered different angles, different views and even different areas within the grounds as part of documenting their wedding. Whilst I regulalrly visit venues several times, doing so this quickly together really was an interesting opportunity to push my creativity.
If you were a guest at the wedding and would like to see the full set of images, please visit the gallery or take a look on facebook. Comments are welcomed at the bottom of this post and always appreciated by the bride, groom and future couples.