The end of September saw me back at my local haunt, Kenwick Park Hotel, for the wedding of Louise and James.  I have the opportunity to work here a lot and I am lucky to be recommended Kenwick Park Wedding Photographer.  This is great for me because it boasts a large lawn overlooking a stunning golf course – ideal for wedding photography.  You can see more of my Kenwick Park weddings here.

The day started with the bridal preparations at Louise’s parents’ gorgeous house, where there was plenty of room to capture plenty of great shots!  There was a full house of people and everyone was in good spirits and excited about the day ahead.

We were very fortunate with the weather, which meant that the lucky couple got married outside in the gazebo in the grounds of the hotel.  When Louise and James’ son and niece started walking down the “aisle”  there were lots of tears – especially from Louise’s big sister!  Which all make for lovely moments to capture on camera!

After the ceremony the guests got to enjoy the drinks reception outside, whilst the kids all got to enjoy running round lots until it was time to be called through for the meal and speeches.

Once everyone had laughed, eaten and drunk lots, they then partied hard into the night.  Another cracking day and I look forward to many more Kenwick Park weddings.

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If you are looking for someone to beautifully capture your Kenwick Park wedding, then why not give me a call today?


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