I’m excited to feature an example of Stowe House Wedding Photography in this blog post! When Victoria and Joe asked me to bring my reportage style to their day I was very excited! Not only because they are a great couple, but because it’s always an honour to shoot at such a beautiful wedding venue.
On my arrival, I quickly realised that a huge amount of effort had been placed into the details. There were wonderful touches everywhere, all in keeping with the Grade One listed building. The grey marble effect that featured on the invitations through to the orders of service worked beautifully.
RELAXED WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
The civil ceremony was a beautiful affair with tears and smiles. Our bride and groom exited the hall to a stunning view that was momentarily obscured by the guests throwing confetti! Battling our way through, we took a short walk to a golf buggy to take us around the gardens for some relaxed portraits. We drove to a particular photographic location that, quite frankly, we all had in mind – a beautiful bridge! We had a laugh and a joke and captured some gorgeous images until it was time to make our way back to the reception.
After some emotional speeches, the evening marched on and the light faded to black. We all made our way outside for a surprise firework display for all the guests. It was very special indeed. In order to achieve the composition I wanted, I had to lay on the floor and squeeze up against a door! It’s on occasions like this that I’m happy I own an 18mm lens!
Other suppliers on the day include White Room, a band from Northamptonshire who I’ve seen many times and are superb! They had the dance floor jumping! Also a shout out to Titanium Fireworks, who produced a truly breathtaking display!
Thank you so much to Victoria and Joe for commissioning me to snap their very special day! I know you’ll have a wonderful life together!