Today is Bo and Jonny’s fabulous wedding that I photographed at Compton Verney. I met Bo for the first time on the morning of the wedding believe it or not! I was given a very warm welcome at Bo’s parents house. I was given a pair of slippers to wear – I think they were pink come to think of it! 🙂 I was offered a lot of food which was very kind! I captured the girls getting ready. There were some lovely moments – I loved Bo coming down the stairs and her Dad seeing her for the first time. I love capturing precious, natural moments like this. I then headed over to Compton Verney for the reception.
I’ve shot a number of times at Compton Verney. It’s such a fantastic wedding venue. I’m going to be there quite a few times next year too – always a pleasure. The art collection is stunning and the Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown-landscaped grounds are beautiful. Although the weather was a bit gloomy (it didn’t rain though – that’s the main thing), the wedding was anything but – it was joyous! I had a fantastic time capturing some lovely moments throughout the day – you can see the joy on the guests’ faces. Although I shoot at Compton regularly, the way I capture weddings (- i.e. focusing on the people and the story of the wedding) each one is totally unique and is reflected in the photos.
I was so pleased to receive the following email from Bo. It is so lovely to know that you have played a key role in creating lasting memories of a couple’s special day. Congratulations Bo and Jonny – I wish you every success in the future. x
“We really enjoyed having you as our photographer. It was effortless arranging everything with you, even though we didn’t get a chance to meet up beforehand. You were a pleasure to have around on the day and we felt very relaxed around you. Most of all however, we love our photos and have looked through them many times already. They capture our day perfectly and also show us lots of great moments we didn’t see in person! We would wholeheartedly recommend you to anyone!” Bo and Jonny
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