“We think the photographs are fantastic, you have captured our day magnificently and we cant thank you enough. You have been brilliant throughout and made us feel so comfortable and special, you have an exceptional talent for capturing detail and peoples real emotions. We would recommend you without any hesitation.”
Richard and Sarah were married a few weeks ago at the stunning Woodhall Manor in Suffolk. Woodhall Manor is a beautiful 16th century mansion, set in acres of grounds and beautiful walled gardens. It’s idyllic setting provided a perfect intimate haven for Sarah and Richard’s wedding.
Sarah and Richard are such a lovely couple and I was so excited about seeing them again and capturing their special day. I met up with Sarah first who was busy getting ready in the ‘secret room’ at Woodhall. When she showed me her dress it actually gave me goosebumps – it was just so beautiful! I then headed up to the bridal suite to say hi to Richard and took a few shots of him getting into his attire – which was obviously just as beautiful as Sarah’s! 😉
The ceremony was held in The Bishops Room which is a lovely intimate room that overlooks the gardens and fountains. After the ceremony champagne and canapés were served in The Manor Bar. It was raining quite heavily at this time and I knew Sarah and Richard wanted some photos outside, so as soon as it lightened off a little we made a mad dash outside under brollies to try and get a few shots. We found shelter under a few trees and some beautiful wisteria. Sarah and Richard were fantastic and up for everything I suggested so a little later, after the wedding breakfast when the sun made an appearance, we headed out in the golden light and got some amazing shots. We were so lucky to have some perfect light 🙂
A huge congratulations to a truly lovely couple and thank you so so much for letting me capture and share your wonderful day with you, your friends and family. Here are some of my favourites….
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