Gaynes Park wedding photographer
There have been a few visits as a Gaynes Park wedding photographer over the past month. Lucy and Alex’s day being yet another glorious autumnal sun-soaked affair. The golden leafed tree’s in the stunning garden looking as though this would be the last wedding before they take on their winter appearance.
Lucy and the girls arrived after spending the morning being pampered with hair and make-up. The final touches being applied in The Apple Loft. Alex and the guys were in The Coach House and I got the chance to flit between the two rooms and get a few shots of the guys as well.
Lucy’s proud father took his beautiful daughters arm and walked, with the wedding party down to the end of the garden. The entrance of the bride at Gaynes Park in autumn light, looks just incredible. It’s a really strong feature of this venue.
The service was wonderful. Emotional. Moving. Poignant. Great light pouring in through the Orangery windows. After the service the happy couple awaited their freinds in the gardens. Drinks. Hugs. Warm congratulations. Canapes. That great low sunlight.
Before the toastmaster called for the meal, it was my role as Gaynes Park wedding photographer to take Lucy and Alex for some wedding portrait photography. The sky and light being perfect for a shot at The Lookout and for some images around the garden.
My great friend and ace film maker Steve Breame of Unique Visuals was on board for the day. I really enjoy working along side Steve. We have a good sense of what the other is up to, which is so important and why I ask my photography clients to consider a film maker that I recommend.
This was a great day Gaynes Park and a favourite autumn wedding. Lucy and Alex, my best wishes for a lifetime full of happiness together.