Essex Wedding Photographer
Tara looked stunning, her best friend – who happens to be a make up artist did her make up for her and she did an amazing job. She bought her beautiful sequin dress from a local shop in Brentwood. After this we drove a short distance to their local church where Luke was waiting. The service was very emotional and was attended by many family and friends. The newlyweds drove back in a stunning white Rolls Royce.
Luke was very keen to get some photos of his best men, even his dog graced us with his presence and posed alongside the boys.
We were very lucky with the weather (although the skies were gray) as there had been a storm the day before the ground was dry and the flowers and gardens looked immaculate due to the hard work put in by the family, so we put the grounds to good use a took some more wedding photos of the bride and groom as well as friends and family before they sat down for their wedding breakfast.
This was to be held in the back garden of ‘Strawberry Farm’ – Tara’s home in a huge marquee that could seat up to 100 people. After the meal the bride and groom cut the cake and enjoyed their first together before the party started. Guests arrived from all over London and Essex and I have it on good authority that the party went on till the small hours.
Thank you so much for choosing me to be your photographer, it was a truly magical day!
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Their very kind Testimonial reads:
Thank you so much for photographing our special day, despite the dismal weather you still managed to capture the atmosphere and the pictures are absolutely incredible. The album is out of this world and we can't thank you enough! The guests thought you were fantastic and everybody loved the Gold Frame photographs you did towards the end of the night! We will definitely be recommending you to our family and friends!
Tara and Luke