Posts in documentary wedding
Oli & Frankie - Marylebone Town Hall & Bernardi's

What a spectacular wedding this was indeed! A couple of days before the wedding the groom (Oli) had text me worrying about the weather and so all preparations where made for the chances of rain! However Saturday arrived and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, perfect weather and a beautiful couple all that we needed now was friends and family. A wonderful albeit stressful arrival at Marylebone Town Hall due to some unruly protesters meant that Frankie definitely kept her husband in waiting but he wasn’t disappointed when he locked eyes on her.

The couple chose a great Italian restaurant Bernardi’s to host their Italian feast themed reception where the food and drink was splendid. Some heartfelt words by the father of the bride and groom and some perhaps not so heartfelt words from the best man and all that was left to do is dance, dance and dance…

“I liked everything. The weather was 50-50 and he had scoped out alternative photo spots for us under cover, he eased us into the day and ensured he was fully prepared, He took awesome photos and was great fun. Oliver added amazing value before, during and after our wedding.

Thanks.

If you don't hire him you are a donut.”

Oli & Frankie Woodgate

Nat & Matt - The Asylum Chapel & Tanner Warehouse

I had the pleasure of capturing Nat and Matt’s wedding once again at the hidden gem that is the Asylum chapel London. Nat and her bridesmaids had spent the morning of the wedding getting ready at the Sea Containers hotel ensuring they were fully prepped for the day ahead!

The open top route master bus provided the perfect opportunity to capture some relaxed and natural moments before their reception was held at the Tanner Warehouse…

”omg!!! Just got off a 10 hour long boat excursion… now crying over our tequila!

These photos are amazing Xx “

Nat & Matt

Beth & Chris - Guildford Methodist Church & Witley Village hall

Beth and Chris’s wedding was a beautiful display of two peoples love for one another shared amongst their closest friends and family. An intimate ceremony at Guildford methodist church in Surrey was followed by a whimsically decorated village hall in the Surrey Hills of Witley. The cricketers were playing on the green and the sunshine beamed for all the guests to enjoy, making it a really perfect day!

“We are so happy we picked Oliver as our wedding photographer! We didn’t know a thing about photography and all we knew was that we didn’t want to spend ages on our wedding day awkwardly posing for photos , so Oliver’s documentary style was perfect for us. Both of us are very camera shy but on the day we were oblivious to the camera and were able to enjoy our day without feeling we were constantly under pressure.

As we had more of a small intimate wedding we were concerned that any photographer we would hire would stand out from the crowd and potentially make people a little uncomfortable but that was not the case with Oliver. So many people thought Oliver was a friend of ours and didn’t realise he was our photographer as he managed to fit in so well! At points we even forgot that we had paid him to be there. We are so In love with our wedding photos and we could not be more grateful for Oliver. I cannot stop looking through our photos of our wedding day and it makes us so happy to be able to relive it all through the incredible photos.

We would recommend Oliver in a heartbeat! Thank you again Oliver!”

Beth and Chris