September Weddings

I love September weddings, the light is beautiful, the colours are amazing and the evenings are still light.
I photographed five in September at Three Lakes (Ware), Channnels (Chelmsford), the village of Willian and The Sacred Heart (Luton) and Stockwood Park Golf Club (Luton.)

Here is a little taster of three very different weddings with very different weather!

Jennie & Michael.

I was thrilled to be asked to photograph Jennie and Michael’s wedding day as I had also previously photographed three of their friend’s weddings. 
It was lovely to see them all again.
Big hugs to Katie and Will, Gina and Andy, Cara and Russell 
and of course Jennie and Michael.
It was quite a party. I left at midnight!


Sarah and Jack were married at Three Lakes, Ware, Hertfordshire.
The sun shone and Sarah didn’t stop smiling all day.
Flowers by Ashby’s Florist.
The weather was kind and everything looked gorgeous.
Sarah had beautifully styled the day including a stunning card and present table with old family wedding photos.

The theme was trees and guests signed a wishing tree.

Special moments


Congratulations to Sarah and Jack and thank you to all the staff at Three lakes, Westmill Farm, Ware, Hertfordshire.
Flowers by Ashbys Florist.
Ruth and James were married in the beautiful village of Willian. The ceremony was held at the  church of and the reception at a family home. The food was supplied by the family pub The Fox and it was amazing!

As guests started to arrive Lee Evans Video Services www.tindel.co.uk set up a video link to a small marquee in the pub grounds next door as the pretty little church was unable to hold all the guests.

Beautiful day. Thank you Ruth and James.

Oh no! The heavens opened for Caroline and Graham’s Sunday wedding in Chelmsford, but it was still wonderful and once settled inside the cozy barn at Channels everyone forgot the rain.

 The music was provided by the excellent Columbia. www.columbiaofficial.com
Many congratulations to all my September 2012 couples.



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