Shelley and Mark planned an intimate wedding with close family in their tiny local church in Quarley, Wiltshire. It was originally going to be a secret, but organising even small number of people into the same time and place proves difficult, so all bar the youngest attendees knew the plan by the day. However, their little girls Connie and Eleanor were surprised in the morning that there was a wedding and they were going to be bridesmaids alongside their older sister. I got a real insight into their busy lives photographing Mark and Shelley with the girls and 3 boisterous labradors running around a field- hectic! After the ceremony the party moved on to the Malet Arms, a country pub in a nearby village, where everyone sat down for a relaxed meal in the cosy pub. It was a privilege to be invited into the small gathering and photograph their day.
Shelley and Mark’s full photo gallery is open for friends and family at GALLERY and here’s a selection…
Faye and Dan get married in Salisbury next week, and are having their marquee reception at Burcombe Manor out in the Wiltshire countryside. The manor is surrounded by fields and we walked into a nearby cornfield for their portraits. Hopefully the corn won’t have been cut for their wedding next week.
Two for the price of one today in the epic Christmas blogathon. In case you missed it, I am sharing photos from my friends Cat & Wayne’s beautiful autumn wedding at Trafalgar Park in Salisbury. We’ve already done preparations and the church ceremony and now for some portraits around the grounds and the stunning Cipriani room.
Now is a good time to say a big thanks to Tarah Coonan who assisted me at this wedding and took some brilliant photos. Reminded me I need to use my heavy 70-200mm lens more often.
Look out for the final installment of photos from the Reception at the weekend.
Trafalgar Park Wedding Photographer- Amy Wass email@example.com
Back in November my good friends Cat & Wayne got married. Since then they’ve set off on a 6 month honeymoon travelling around Asia. I’ve had the less exciting task of wading through the thousands of photos, both sensible and not so, that got taken on that fun and beautiful day. Over Christmas while they have an internet connection, I’ve set up some extended blog posts so they can relive the day. Happy Christmas Mr & Mrs Envis!
First up the Wedding Photobooth, which we set up during the evening reception at Trafalgar Park, Salisbury. Big up to Tarah Coonan who ran the photobooth that evening, and put up with us lot being silly.
I’ve had an amazing weekend at my friend’s Cat & Wayne’s beautiful wedding at Trafalgar Park in Salisbury. Its about time I posted a sneak preview, but so hard to choose! It was a real privilege to be so closely involved in their day, and share their happiness. I feel like this one kind of sums that up- Just me and the priest saw it from this way round- the moment they were declared man and wife. Congratulations Mr and Mrs Envis!
More soon from the stunning venue at Trafalgar Park, the vintage travel theme, and the fun photobooth…
I like to blog just one sneak preview from each wedding before I get down to editing and it couldn’t be anything but this one really. Any bride that does somersaults in her wedding dress on a wet bouncy castle needs some recognition.
Lucy and Shay, Congratulations!
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