It was a magical foggy day for Kate and Ben’s wedding. Having popped my head into Ben first and I then made my way to Kate’s to capture her getting ready. It was lovely and relaxed with all the family there and multiple cups of tea and sandwiches! Kate looked stunning as she got ready surrounded by her families art collections on the wall, her pale pink dress shone through the fog as she walked outside to catch her bus to the church. The bridal party packed onto the big red bus and headed two minutes down the road, it made for some fab shots!
She glowed as she walked down the aisle! The ceremony was beautifully personal with her sister and maid of honor performing with the church’s band. The cake cutting and reception drinks were started in the church straight after the newlyweds signed the register. It was a lovely way to include all of her guests and all of the well-wishers at the church that would not be at the meal later on. We managed to get outside for some quick couple shots before we lost the light; the ceremony was at 2:30 and lasted for an hour on the 30th December so you can imagine how quickly we lost it! We even managed to get a few of the family formals done outside before we moved inside the church to finish them off.
Heading to the fabulous Litteton park house in Shepperton Studios the guests piled back onto the big red bus. This is such a fabulous way of keeping the energy and party going, as the guests travel together between venues. It was beautifully decorated with gold candles, bicycle spokes and fun alcoholic games based on doping (as they both love cycling!) the speeches led into the first dance, and as the newlyweds stayed on the dance floor, their guests followed, making it a great party to capture!