I was so excited when asked to work as the Hedsor House wedding photographer for this beautiful Buckinghamshire wedding. I have visited and shot in and around the grounds of Hedsor House before as part of a wedding photography workshop. I was instantly charmed by the look and feel of this venue, it has been a place I have wanted to shoot at for some time.
Hedsor House is a stunning Georgian stately home perched within the beautiful and vast Hedsor Park. It has immaculate gardens and views overlooking some of England’s most scenic countryside. As the Hedsor House Wedding Photographer, I was spoilt for choice when looking for locations around the grounds where I could create some intimate portraits for the newlyweds. The weather was near perfect, so I was able to make the most of my role and get some relaxed and genuine shots of the guests enjoying the grounds of the garden.
I arrived early and was quickly welcomed by four glamorous bridesmaids still in dressing gowns and kicking the day off right, with a few bottles of champagne. As the Hedsor House wedding photographer, I aimed to capture the moments from their big day that would evoke memories and emotions for years to come. They were also keen to have some unique couples portraits which they could hang on their walls and share with close family and friends as gifts.
If you are looking for a Hedsor House Wedding Photographer and would like to find out more about my style and approach, please feel free to contact me. I shoot mainly unobtrusive candid documentary wedding photography which focuses on the special moments and emotions from your big day. Although I am passionate about documenting the day as it unfolds, I always find time to spend with the newlyweds to produce some intimate and unique couples portraits that can make beautiful prints or full-page spreads in a wedding album.
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