Admiral’s House – Old Royal Naval College always provides a stunning backdrop for wedding photography, with so many different and interesting architectural backdrops. Here are a small selecttion from the day. The couple have asked for the full website to remain private –
Thanks very much Sam. The photos look great! Please pass on our thanks to Douglas for his efforts.
The first weekend in September brought the wedding of Elizabeth and Pinak at Stationers’ Hall – a fantastic day with many interesting entertainments including birds of prey, ice sculpture, henna hand painting and Ferrero Roche pyramid – yum!
The full website of images can be seen here – Elizabeth and Pinak at Stationers’ Hall
and favourites below –
The Elizabeth and Pinak’s wedding was featured by Confetti.co.uk in their ‘Real Weddings‘ section –
Douglas and Adrian were wonderful this weekend. Very unobtrusive and Douglas was particularly entertaining and charmed our guests.
Thank you in advance
Elizabeth & Pinak
Good Evening Samantha & Doug,
Thank you so much for sending through the photographs, they are fab!
It was great to work alongside Doug and Adrian and I hope that we have the opportunity to work together in the future.
Mary - Wedding Organiser
A gorgeous couple and lovely wedding at The Admiral’s House at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. You can view the full website here – Website Wedding Admiral’s House Greenwich and a few of our favourites below –
Thank you so much for sending through our photos, they're amazing. Apologies for the delay in our response, it's been a really busy week back.
Clare and Daniel
The weather was not as good as it could have been but this did not dappen anyone’s spirits at Evelyn and Alex’s wedding at Worth Abbey. You can see a few of our favourites below and the full website of phtoographs here – Worth Abbey Full Wedding Website…
Thank you very much and I am loving the time I steal to look at the pictures, they are great. - Groom
A lovely sunny day at Middle Temple last Friday. The gardens made an excellent setting for drinks and dinner. Here are a few of our favourites from the day –
Many thanks for sending the website through so quickly. The photos are lovely.
No 4 Hamilton Place was the reception venue for Julia and Bastian’s wedding last week. The service itself was held in the majestic Marylebone Parish Church and taxis ferried the guests to the Mayfair venue for a champagne reception on the terrace. The venue is home to the Royal Aeronautical Society and is furnished with amazing paintings of eminent flyers and technicians in the aerospace industry.
The venue organiser had thoughtfully set aside an elegant room for the family portraits and once I had setup my camera and Elinchrom flash to get a nice soft lighting over the groups we were ready to tackle the proposed list. Lighting groups inside with studio flash is a great way to achieve consistent lighting, as sometimes when outside by necessity the lighting can vary as the sun appears and retreats behind clouds, not the end of the world but its a much more efficient process when indoors. We got through all the groups with the help of Julia’s feisty sister Valeria …Guys always offer to help but Valeria didn’t take ‘not yet’ or ‘I’ll be there in a minute’ for an answer and collected groups together while I was photographing the previous set – it was like a well oiled machine.
Dinner was served after Julia and Bastian entered the room to great applause, there were a number of good pithy speeches..Once complete the cake was cut, first dance demonstrated, the dance floor was filled courtesy of John Dullaghan of Mighty Fine Entertainment
Many thanks - we love the photos and we think Douglas captured the day brilliantly. We have just got back from honeymoon, so re-entering reality! - Bride