Abi and Graham tied the knot todayat Esseborne Manor, a beautiful secluded venue south of Newbury. We had some fun with their engagement shoot a few weeks ago and I knew that the wedding would be really enjoyable, relaxed and fun to shoot.
The weather was amazing, rainy the day before but beautiful on the wedding day. Here’s a few favourites from the day. The full gallery will be posted in a week or so, drop me a line if you would like to know when that is.
Graham the Groom. I love the lines in this simple portrait.
The Ransom Note (a long story) (L) and this weeks arty shoe shot (R)
Abi hides from the camera (L) whilst Graham holds up the reputation of blokes everywhere by needing help with his hankie :)
I love this detail shot (Abi and her Dad walk down the aisle). Sometimes when you exclude faces in a photo, it becomes a stronger storytelling shot.
A little mirror shot (L) and the deal is sealed (R).
Abi and Graham just after the ceremony. I love the “We’ve just done it!” faces.
Graham gallantly helps Abi remove the stray confetti. The expression says it all…
The new Mr. and Mrs. pose for their cake cutting photo.
Happily married and released into the wild. I love the depth in this shot. In fact, it’s going to be my new blog header!
Can you tell Spring is in the air in this image?
And now the mighty Hyde End Studios Photobooth :)
Graham shows the way (L). I had to drop this guest from thirty feet up for this shot (R).
Abi and Graham rip off American Gothic for this image. Be afraid, be very afraid….
Best Man Rob and Graham do a very creditable Kray Twins don’t you think?
No idea what’s happening here.
The brides mother gets kidnapped.
Abi’s in charge.
It’s a frame up.
Possibly my favourite booth photo of today. Look at their little faces!
A very random photo with a stolen lightshade.
Wedded bliss :)
It’s all going downhill now…
If you’re of a sensitive disposition, look no further…
A romantic dancefloor moment to finish off with.
Thanks again Abi and Graham, have a brilliant honeymoon and see you when you get back.