There is nothing easier for a Warwickshire wedding photographer than working with people who want to be in front of the camera, and Megan, Jonathan, and several of the guests were far from camera shy. Throughout the entire afternoon and evening I was given opportunity to capture the delight and frivolity of an enthusiastic, confident and fun-loving group.
We began the day at the newly renovated and classic Warwick House. Blanketed in the warm summer light of the bride’s room, the bright simplicity of the space lent easily to the natural wedding photography of the bride’s party as they giggled nervously, doting over the Megan and readying themselves for the ceremony.
After some wonderful shots at Warwick House, I made my way over to St John’s Catholic Church in Banbury to await the bride’s arrival. Delays afforded me the chance for some outside and casual shots of the wedding party as they awaited the bride and her maids.
Upon Megan’s arrival and having the Priest’s permission to do so, I was able to capture the essence and emotion of the ceremony itself. The deeps reds of the pulpit sparkled as the coloured light filtered through the arched, leaded stained glass images of Saint John, providing a breathtaking backdrop for the bride and groom as they exchanged vows through laughter and smiles. A lively and animated couple, I found them easy to photograph and accommodating to the camera.
Back to Warwick House for the reception, the exterior provided some wonderful landscape perfect for wedding photography. The lush greens of the lawn and white gazebo in the gardens were the perfect locations to capture the loving couple.
Inside, the couple and wedding party were washed with evening sunlight, beaming in through the tall, paned windows lining the reception hall. Delightfully decorated in white lace and silver candelabras, the room was filled with laughter and joy as a very happy celebration of the nuptials began. Banbury wedding photographers, myself included, always look for unique ways to photograph the loving couple; a dimly lit, shadow-filled stairwell inside the Warwick House provided a wonderfully different back drop for pictures of the ever smiling Megan and Jonathan.
As the dancing and party continued into the night, the couple and guests didn’t hesitate to give me ample fodder for my camera. I am thrilled to have been a part of their special day and wish Megan and Jonathan the very best.
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