When I met Harry and Hanah I knew that we would fit perfectly; with what they wanted and how I shoot weddings it would be a great match! They really loved the documentary style, the focus on natural shots, and the feeling of fun. And I absolutely love couples that love the true documentary style and are willing to go with the flow on the day.
They knew that they only wanted a few hours of photography which worked really well with my Route 66 package which is an hourly option, great for couples that only want a few hours captured.
It was a stunning day in Merton; Morden Park is a beautiful building with a gorgeous walled garden as well as being surrounded by a park. The guests arrived in the heat of the sun and enjoyed greeting each other in the walled garden; they moved inside as Hanah arrived in a fabulous old Rolls Royce, she looked absolutely stunning in her lace dress.
The ceremony was beautiful and intimate, tears were shed and cheers filled the room when the vows were taken. As the sun started it’s slow summer descent the guests headed off to the reception venue (their local pub!) whilst myself and the newlyweds stayed behind and got some gorgeous couple shots in the late summer sun. They were fab sports and loved going for a walk around the venue, stopping every now and again to grab a quick pic!
I left them having a drink at their local; it was such a relaxed day lending perfectly towards the documentary style I love. I wish Harry and Hanah the best start to married life and hope they enjoy these memories just as much as I enjoyed capturing them.
“Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is.”
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Venue: Morden Park House