The nuptials of Teresa and James, combined with the intimate reception that followed, provided two of the most beautiful and breathtaking backdrops that a Warwickshire wedding photographer could desire. Add to that one of the happiest couples I have had the honour to photograph, and the sum was a truly wonderful and magical wedding photography opportunity.
Set on the banks of the River Leam, The Royal Pump Rooms at Leamington Spa provided the setting for the couple’s ceremony. The old world charm of the building took me right in, as I walked through the pillars toward the amazingly colourful mosaic tiled floors leading into the main rooms. The space for the wedding itself was a small room with large paned windows, allowing the soft light of early spring to cascade across the white room; perfectly highlighting the glowing bride. The couple exchanged vows below a staggering, arched, stained glass window. This brought an enchanting effect, as twinkling coloured light were cast onto the smiles of the ecstatic bride and groom, as they happily became man and wife. It was quite simply the perfect backdrop for some gorgeous wedding photographs.
Outside, the River Leam flowed effortlessly by without knowing that the sheer beauty of its waters and lush green banks were the perfect spot for capturing the glee of wedded bliss. No wedding photographers in Leamington Spa have had a more natural and beautiful background to work with and, despite the chill of the day, this couple could not stop the smiles.
At the Saxon Mill, known for its graceful riverside dining, the couple held a close and intimate reception that carried on the old world charm of the ceremony. The champagne and wine flowed as friends and family celebrated with the couple in a small, softly lit dining room inside the mill. The view from the tall, clear windows provided lush greens and the bright blues of the April sky, accenting the deep, red walls of the room; perfect for colourful, fun wedding photographs sure to please the couple for years to come.
The setting outside was more than even the chilly bride could resist. The river passed directly below a deck used for alfresco dining, and the surroundings were so lush and green, it nearly looked surreal. The wooden step bridge over the river, the fully functioning waterwheel, and the river’s natural beauty provided a wonderful setting for photographs; a dream location for many wedding photographers in Leamington Spa.
As a Warwickshire wedding photographer, I have had opportunity to photograph many couples in many different settings, but on this clear and chilly day in April, I was able to provide my skills to a couple who afforded me nothing less than the perfect wedding day to photograph. I wish you both the best and cannot thank you enough for sharing this truly special day.
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