Wedding at Littleton Manor, Shepperton Studios in London.
My day started with navigating my way around the huge Shepperton Film Studios to find the completely contrasting Littleton Park House, a fantastic period property plonked right in the middle of all these giant film warehouses. Run by Genuine Events (who are incredibly talented hosts) this place is a unique and amazing venue for a wedding. The ceremony room is characterful with the most beautiful checkered floor and the Orangery is a superb place for your wedding reception!
Charlotte's table layouts and centre pieces with gold, pink and some greenery in the flowers with hints of the fact we were on a film studio were amazing! Topped off with these huge white balloons in the centre of each table it was perfect. As soon as I walked in I was like 'wow'!
And that cake!!! So simple but so so beautiful.
Graham looked fantastic as a groom with a navy suit and pink tie.
Charlotte looked just incredible in her lace wedding dress, I am such a lover of lace and brides its a combination that will never stop being lovely!
The wedding ceremony was short but sweet with some lovely readings. And after everyone piled their way into the garden for group photos and to enjoy the spring sunshine!
The reception in the orangery was filled with light, good food and atmosphere. The speeches by Charlotte's dad, Graham the best man Dave were funny, emotional and great to listen too.
After the speeches we headed out to the woods a short walk away to enjoy the late afternoon sun and for Charlotte and Graham to get some couple photos. There really was some beautiful spots of warm light through the trees and it was easy to capture these two as now husband & wife.
Evening guests arrived and after the cake cutting and first dance the band kicked in and people got stuck in to the most important part the party :)
Thank you Charlotte & Graham for having me as your wedding photographer, its always an absolute privilege to be a part of a couples wedding day.