07/11/19Chiddingfold Wedding Photography
Sarah and Richard at St.Mary’s, Chiddingfold, and Ramster
For anybody thinking about their wedding photography this is a really interesting set of pictures – because there were just so many phases to this day. ‘Getting ready’ pictures are a Marmite issue, some people shudder at the thought, whilst for others they are absolutely essential.
Sarah was 100% sure she wanted the getting ready phase of the day covered and it lead to some fabulous images – Sara’s huge smile on seeing what her make-up looked like will stay with me for a long time, whilst Dad with the necklace is another favourite. All of this was at home which also added to the photographs.
Church weddings provide so many natural opportunities for great pictures – guests arriving, the bride’s arrival, the ceremony, signing the register, and the procession afterwards – and I loved the addition here of friends playing music and singing during the signing. Adding as many personal touches as you can makes a huge difference to the feel of the day.
Church weddings provide so many natural opportunities for great pictures
And confetti… I’ll admit to loving confetti shots and there are just so many wonderful confetti moments here that restricting myself has been hard. Interestingly for the first time at a wedding I have covered the guests arrived at Ramster to be greeted by scones and jam from Jacaranda Catering – and I have never seen such enthusiasm before, it was a different and hugely popular addition.
The gardens at Ramster are no strangers to these pages, and once again they provided a fantastic photo opportunity for both Sarah and Richard together, as well a gorgeous background for family and group shots – a lot of my clients love this approach.
The day ended with non-stop dancing – I love dance shots, they are always full of natural happiness and joy as here. Sarah’s look on the aerial swirl is just what I like to capture, an unrepeatable and fabulous moment. I’m so lucky to do what I do…