Sam and Dom’s beautiful wedding took place at the little Church of St. Nicholas at Wasing Park. It’s one of my very favourite places to photograph a wedding. I was so pleased for them that the weather was good (it could’ve gone either way) and everything went to plan. Unusually I started the day with the boys at Dom’s parent’s house in Crowthorne before heading for Wasing Park. Most of my weddings start of course with the bridal preparations so it was a nice contrast to photograph Dom, Toby, Dave and the boys on the morning of the wedding.
Sam had clearly put a lot of work in to the wedding preparations and everything looked fantastic. One nice thing about a Wasing Park wedding is that there is plenty of room and some very nice locations all within a short walk of each other. Everyone had a great time and it was great to see all ages from the very young to the very old at the celebrations.
Mauritius is the destination for the honeymoon and I’m looking forward to showing Sam and Dom the photographs when they get back. I had a great time at the wedding and it was a pleasure to be there. Here’s a few images that caught my eye.
I started the morning with the boys at home:
The Vicar and the Verger waiting for the bride