Last Friday’s wedding at Syon House and Syon Park was just as beautiful as the week before’s, with superb weather and setting. The Great Conservatory provided a wonderful backdrop to the reception and the main house hosted the ceremony itself. Here is the full website of images – Beth and Ben at Syon Park and our favourites are below –
Thanks so much for these, they are great! We love them.
Last week’s wedding ceremony was at Syon Park in Chiswick and then on to Richmond Golf Club by London bus for the reception. The weather was fantastic and the day swept by. The full website can be seen here – Wedding at Syon and Richmond Golf Club and a few of our favourites are below –
Thank you so very much!
They are all wonderful!
We'll be in touch when we get back from honeymoon.
Elizabeth and Gavin
Here are a few of the photographs taken at Syon Park last weekend. Gorgeous weather to help the celebrations along their way…
The full website of photographs is here – Syon Park Full Wedding and our favourites here – Best Photographs Syon Park
To see all the photographs from the day at Syon Hilton and Syon Park please visit – Syon Wedding Day – Full Website or our selection of the best here – Best Wedding Day Photographs. A small number of the images can be seen below –
Dear Sam, Thank you so very much for sending us through the photograph proofs - they are absolutely wonderful and we have really enjoyed re-living our day by looking at them! Please send our greatest thanks to Douglas - he was a pleasure to work with during our special day and he made taking our photographs such fun! All of our guests commented on how friendly and approachable he was. Jon and I are going to sit down in the next couple of weeks and discuss/decide which photographs we want and how we want them printed etc. Kindest Regards, Jan
Rachelle and Joe’s wedding at Syon Park appeared as a feature in Your London Wedding Magazine this month. The photographs look fantastic –
Designing Your Table Decorations
This sounds unlikely, but is one of the key factors that can decide how long the conversation and party lasts during dinner. Why? Well there are several reasons…..
A typical venue has round tables with ten places, obviously when everyone sits down the conversation is animated and everything bounces along, however there will come a point quite naturally when everyone looks for a change of conversation partner, but can they? Your fellow guests are a relatively long way away; can you see over the central floral display easily? And more importantly is there enough light in the center that radiates outwards? Often the walls of a venue or marquee are lit with up lighters, so there is a high probability that your new partner will be a silhouette, and conversation always falters after a few minutes.
You definitely need to ensure that there are enough tea lights or pin lights from above reflecting light off the white tablecloth, so that everyone can see all the guests around the table easily. Surprisingly it’s not that often I see this, and after about an hour or so the hubbub in the room dies down, not something you will want on the big day.
Make sure decorations are low or higher than eye level, ensure too there is enough light during the evening on the tables. Do this and your guests will chat all evening 🙂
Make sure decorations are low or higher than eye level, ensure too there is enough light during the evening on the tables. Do this and your guests will chat all evening :) Douglas - Photographer