Dodmoor House Wedding Photography - Vic & Scott
It was a a scorcher of a day back in the summer when I had the pleasure of revisiting the marvellous Dodmoor House for Victoria and Scott's beautifully intimate wedding. I was commissioned by the couple the year before as they loved my relaxed and unobtrusive approach to photographing a wedding and also because I'm a regular visitor to Dodmoor House. It was a beautiful day at the Northamptonshire venue and a day filled with emotion, fun and lots of laughter.
I like to arrive early to make sure I capture the bridal preparations and it was great to see how Vic and her bridesmaids were so relaxed and enjoying the occasion. As Dodmoor House is an exclusive wedding venue it's great to be able to spend time with the both the bride and the groom ahead of the wedding. Scott arrived an hour or so before the ceremony which was held in the courtyard barn. Drinks were served in the gardens before guests made their way to the wedding breakfast in the Catesby Barn. Emotional speeches followed with a wonderful sparkler procession ahead of the cutting of the cake and first dance. It was such a glorious day, many of the couples guests were able to stay outside into the wee small hours enjoying a catch up and a refreshing drink.
So then here are a few of my favourite images from Vic and Scott's wonderful day at Dodmoor House.
Maybe you are looking for a Dodmoor House wedding Photographer yourself ? I shoot in a documentary wedding photography style that really captures the essence of your special day.
If so, please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your Dodmoor House wedding.
WOW WOW WOW ... what a day we had back in July celebrating Diana and Adam's wedding at the always spectacular Longstowe Hall. We were right in the middle of this years amazing summer when the sun shone and didn't stop - total bliss (if a little hot and sweaty for us wedding photographers). At Longstowe Hall you have the best of both worlds, the Rose Ball Room for those who would like an indoor ceremony or the tranquil lakeside setting of the Pavilion Island. Rebecca Waldron of White Rose Ceremonies conducted proceedings with lots of very person touches, readings and hand fasting.
Although the vast majority of my wedding photography is documentary and candid, the grounds at Longstowe just HAVE to be explored and I always suggest to my clients that they have 20 minutes or so 'couple time' to enjoy the grounds and have some photographs of the two of them together. Longstowe didn't disappoint as we explored the Rose Garden and the spectacular double flower borders and lake - a simply stunning explosion of colour.
As Diana and Adam are both originally from the USA many family and friends jetted in for the occasion, it was truly an international affair and a day that they will never forget. Here's just a sample of the images taken on the day.
As recommended supplier at Longstowe Hall I'm fortunate enough to work there on a regular basis and I have a really good working relationship with the team there. Why not drop me a line if you're planning a Longstowe wedding in 2019, there are still some weekend dates available.
Back in the Spring I was lucky enough to visit the amazing Ashridge House for Sam and Jonny's wedding. It was everything a wedding should be, family and friends, love and laughter - a perfect combination. Ashridge House is a stunning venue for a wedding ceremony and reception. Dating back to the 11th Century, Ashridge is one of the most beautiful and historically significant parks and gardens in England and it made a stunning back drop for Sam and Jonny's big day. Here's a selection of images from the day, if you're looking for an Ashridge House wedding photographer I'd love to hear from you.