Beth & David planned their wedding day in just 8 weeks. They got engaged in June and decided by late August they wanted an Autumn wedding. So, at the end of October their ceremony was held at All Saints Church in Deansway, Worcester.
A first for me at this local church. The vicar was brilliant, he didn't set down any old fashioned rules about when and where I was able to shoot. I wish all vicar's were like this!
Their reception was held in Kempsey at The Nash. A privately owned majestic Elizabethan Manor House. A venue I've been to many times before, although usually only during mid-summer, so it was nice to be back for an Autumn wedding.
They both wanted the season captured in their photos. The Nash is perfectly set up for this as it's set amongst 40 acres of lush parkland.
We all took a wander round the grounds where Beth and her bridesmaids changed into their wellies for some fun shots in the woods.
I was only needed for a short time so no bride preps or evening coverage was captured. It's a great way to make your budget go further and still get a good dose of coverage.
The day was an absolute blast! So many amazing moments. Many thanks to Beth & David for letting me be a part of it.
"Thank you so much for Saturday, you made the photos so much fun! Everyone was commenting on how brilliant you were and Brenda from the Nash has asked for your details too :)) Beth"
Thanks for the slideshow! It was great to re-live the day! Photos look fantastic. We had loads of great comments about you from the venue and guests.
Thanks again. David"
- The Nash in Kempsey Wedding Photographer -