Winkworth Farm wedding

September 29, 2016  •  3 Comments

Looking back to last month's weddings I wanted to share this one with you. It started off very wet and windy - why were most Saturdays this summer wet?! But the family were all very excited about the wedding and the bride had a relaxed time preparing with family and bridesmaids at home, regardless of the rain outside. Rosie was radiant. 

A pensive brideA pensive bride

I love taking candid pictures during the preparations - I think they are much more evocative than most posed pictures.

Black and white bride portraitBlack and white bride portrait

The bride listening to her proud mother.

We all managed to get into the church with a lot of fiddling with umbrellas. The service was very moving, with a few tear being shed.

The exchange of rings in churchThe exchange of rings in church

After the ceremony it was still raining so we stayed inside to take some more formal pictures of the wedding party.

Bride and groom full length formal pose in churchBride and groom full length formal pose in church

A fun family pictureA fun family picture I usually take pictures of everyone looking at me but then like to mix it up with more informal pictures where some natural smiles develop. 

Black and white fun picture of ushers with bride and groomBlack and white fun picture of ushers with bride and groom A tender moment between bride and groomA tender moment between bride and groom

I made the most of the lovely light in the church to get some close up bridal couple shots.

Couple by bridal car outside Winkworth FarmCouple by bridal car outside Winkworth Farm Luckily it stopped raining once we arrived at Winkworth Farm so the rest of the pictures could be taken outside. This lovely old car was a surprise for Rosie and Ollie from Rosie's parents.

Bride and groom fun picture through ivy heartBride and groom fun picture through ivy heart

There are lots of lovely places to take pictures at Winkworth Farm.

Confetti shotConfetti shot One of many confetti shots which I love to do as expressions are never fixed!

Bride and groom close upBride and groom close up

Whilst the wedding guests were all going in to be seated ready for the wedding breakfast I took Rosie and Ollie away for 10 minutes of bride and groom photography. It's so important to make sure that I get good pictures of the bride and groom together with good lighting and a little posing.

Bridal couple in hay barnBridal couple in hay barn

The barn in Winkworth Farm is a great place for photography with some lovely light. I could easily have stayed there for an extra hour just taking pictures!

Wind blowing veil over bride and groomWind blowing veil over bride and groom

As I was busy taking different pictures of the couple the wind blew Rosie's veil over both their heads. I sometimes take pictures like this but it can look a little cheesy, but this was completely unplanned and gave some great expressions after this shot!

Thanks for inviting Simon and me to be your wedding photographers. We really enjoyed the day and wish you both the best for your future lives together.

 


Comments

3.Dorothy L. Biddle(non-registered)
All of these photographs are looking gorgeous . A lot of thanks for shared this post here .
2.sanji bedi(non-registered)
This is a very wonderful post on different types of images captured on the occasion of a happy wedding. I've never seen such fantastic images before. Thanks for sharing.
1.Kathryn(non-registered)
Stunning Photographs! Each one of the photos attracts and produces a realistic impression on mind. Great works put together.
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