bride and groom shot at sunset

Hedsor House Wedding.

I was helping out my good friend Kerry Morgan on this one. I started out by meeting Carl at his hotel while Kerry met with Rebecca and the girls.

The ceremony was in a very cool looking catholic church, which luckily stayed cool wile it baked outside. I had a great view from the organ loft while kerry managed to get some great angles from the front of the church. After the ceremony Rebecca and Carl had provided ice cold individual bottles of Champagne and water to keep the over heating guests refreshed before making the drive to Hedsor House.

Hedsor is a magnificent country house hidden in the Buckinghamshire countryside, a perfect wedding venue! Just look at the photographs from inside the house, the dinning room looked fabulous. Outside there is plenty of space, Hedsor is set in a 100 acres of garden and parkland. On the day the weather was lovely so most of the guests enjoyed the sunshine outside before being ushered in for the wedding breakfast.

After the meal we took Rebecca and Carl for a walk to make the most of the late afternoon light, as you can see we were treated to a beautiful sunset. We got some great shots and afterwards we went straight into the house for the first dance, I covered it from the gallery, which got me some very dramatic angles.

A fabulous day!

hurricane candle holders line the stepswhite bentley outside hedsor housebride and groom pose with their bentley with the house in the backgroundmagnificent wedding cake in the grand hallbride and groom pose in the gardens by a treethe dining room set for a weddingbride and groom cutting their wedding cake viewed from the galleryanother view of the dining room set for a weddingview of the house just before sunsetbride and groom walk back towards the house at sunsetbride and groom having their first dance viewed from the gallery