It is the end of the month which means it is time to round up 20 stunning, beautiful, gorgeous and creative wedding photos from the last month. As always we received hundreds of photos and it is tough to narrow them down, but we managed to do it and have picked out 20 that caught our eye.
Photo by Amy B Photography – Jo and Pete celebrated their wedding hidden amongst Wasing Park’s Secret Walled Garden. Such an amazing setting which offered a whole host of exciting prospects for their images.
Photo by Anghel Brothers – This photo was taken at a vineyard at the dawn, I saw a tree on top of the hill and I said to myself …that will look great in a picture…and here is it!
Photo by James Tracey Photography – Anna and Andy on The Avenue of The Americas in New York City. Less obviously New York but with One World Trade Center in the backdrop you know it’s NYC!
Photo by Anna Rowland of Luna Photography – At one of the most awesome churches in the country. Nancy & Ben at Brentor Church this month.
Photo by Art by Design Wedding photography – This shot was taken at Canada Lodge in South Wales. It was quite a stormy day and we had some taken some photos under the tree earlier but I was waiting for a more stormy sky. By underexposing the sky I was able to silhouette the couple whilst they were having fun on the swing.
Photo by Dalibora Bijelic Photography – This photo was taken just a few days ago, on Tuesday, at a magical island Ciovo, Croatia. It was a very small, intimate boho wedding!
Photo by Duncan McCall Photography – We had some time after the meal to go around the stunning Matfen Hall. I loved this image using the doors as the frame and backlit for added drama.
Photo by Fiona Walsh Photography – Patti & James had a natural chemistry, I was so thrilled to capture this happy moment.
Photo by Hatnim Lee Photography – This photos was taken on the island of Saint Kitts in the Caribbean. The couple was walking down to the dock at sunset after the ceremony. I love how it symbolises the beginning of the rest of their lives.
Photo by Jeff Turnbull Photography – I had just packed up and ready to drive home when I saw this sunset developing. I quickly grabbed my gear went and found the couple and asked them for this one last shot. Photographed at Channels Golf & Country Club, Essex, England
Photo by John Hope Photography – This photo is from a destination wedding in Denia, Spain. It was around 3am and as the disco was winding down the guests started getting in the pool which paved the way for this unforgettable moment when the bride groom launched themselves into the water still in full wedding attire!
Photo by Kirsty Mackenzie Photography – This was such a beautiful moment, made more so by the fading light and double exposure.
Photo by Lee Allison Photography – This was taken at Girton College in Cambridge. It was appraching sunset and I noticed this line of trees with a gate in the middle. The hedges frame them nicely!
Photo by Luca Vieri – Dian and Boryana a special couple for me, this shot remember me the energy of that day in San Remo, Italian Riviera.
Photo by Martin Dabek Photogrphy – Going with the couple through the London city center for some night portraits I noticed this amazing sculpture and just couldn’t resist!
Photo by Matthew Long Photography – Taken at the end of Joelene and Steve’s wedding at Wokefield Park in Reading. It had rained pretty much all day so I was after a dramatic portrait that reflected that. Huge respect to these guys for braving the rain and well done Steve for throwing that umbrella nice and high.
Photo by MBH Wedding Photography – This was taken at Shrigley Hall in Cheshire. I had my eye on the sunset during the speeches and luckily they finished just in time for everyone to eat desert AND get this shot!
Photo by Photography by Krishanthi – This wedding was a Shamanic ceremony in north Wales, and we love this shot of the happy couple enjoying a quiet moment together, watching guests celebrate their day in the valley below.
Photo by Robin Ball Photography – Juliette & Patrick’s wedding was held at the stunning Medieval Newlands Chapel in Kent. I decided I’d take the first kiss photo from the back, and go wide to take in the gorgeous building and beams.
I think this really depicts the intimate nature of the wedding.
Photo by Stewart Girvan Photography – Whilst visiting the brides family farm in Cornwall where the reception was to take place I noticed the tree and thought it could make a cool shot. On the day itself we took a little walk around the farm for a few portraits and when we arrived at the tree, the light could have been more perfect!
Thanks for all the submissions and we shall announce when we are open for next months photos.
So, which are your favourites?