In our weekly round up where we select 3 wedding photos that have caught our eye this week, we have our choices and here they are. Let us know what you think!
Photo above by Somethingblue Photography
This is from a recent wedding at the wonderful Jabajak’s Vineyard in West Wales. This shot was from Hannah and Jamie’s big day towards the end of June this year. An amazing wedding, so much fun to cover, it felt like I was a fellow guest, everyone made me feel so welcome.
This particular shot was taken as the catering staff prepared to bring out the champagne for the toasts, they were opening bottle after bottle, I decided to focus on this particular bottle and hey presto, it exploded!
I always try to cover the details that make a wedding what it is, suppliers are very often overlooked in wedding photography, which is a real shame as they are a vital part to any wedding.
Photo by Kirsty MacKenzie Photography
This photo is of a couple called Leah and Ed, who were joined by a small number of friends and family to celebrate their wedding at Talton Lodge, a venue just south of Warwickshire. The ceremony was held under a large oak tree in the garden of Talton House, with the reception just a stone’s throw away in the grounds opposite. This image was taken as the couple were taking their vows, and really captures the happiness that was shared between leah, Ed and their friends and family. I love this photograph, because nothing to be is more beautiful than a natural snapshot.
Photo by MBH Wedding Photography
Claire and Lance got married out Claire’s parents’ house in a beautiful village called Feering, Essex. The ceremony was conducted by her farther who is a minister, in the garden of the house in which she grew up in. After the ceremony the couple and me went for a drive and found these rapeseed fields near the house. Usually I find that a photo is ruined if people are looking directly at the camera, but I can’t help like this photo just because how happy they look. Very simple photo, but very effective.
Well done to all and if you wish to submit a photo for next week then you can find out more and get in touch here.