JEREMY EASTAUGH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
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Lizzie and Tricky married at St Peter's Wormleighton a Grade-One listed Church of significant historic interest built around 1150. Ever the eccentric Lizzie arrived in dad's tractor seen below!
They entertained guests to a marvellous reception on Lizzies parents' farm near Priors Marston
The bride's father had arranged for a helicopter to take yours truly (left) up to get aerial shots, well done to Lizzie's bridesmaids for standing by the bride and Groom as ever our best men and ushers are elsewhere enjoying themselves
"Well no one's asked before" said the couple's chauffeur when I asked him if I could use up some of his champagne in a formula 1 style celebration outside St Marys in Bletchley. My thanks to Louisa, the chaffeur and Kevin Wilson for helping me create the image above
I love wedding portraiture along with all the lighting challenges that it brings. It's not alway so sunny and colourful at the end of October so I take along my Lovell iLight to help warm things up a little, the exposures are longer but it just so much better than flash. Liz and Taff married at Wroxall Abbey Courtyard Venue
Liz, left looks so serene and the couple are gorgeous together in the picture above
Whilst the Abbey itself is the larger of the two wedding venues at Wroxall it is the courtyard which has the nicest suite of rooms. I was really rather pleased with my shot of Liz's final preparations below (she'd broken a shoe strap!)
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Rachel and Steven had already married stateside but came over for a small celebration with family members unable to travel. Splendid weather for a memorable afternoon in Kenilworth's historic castle grounds. I really like this semi formal group
Kate and Honore chose Stoneleigh Abbey for their reception having married at Kate's church St Nicholas, Warwick. Stoneleigh is especially grand with state rooms and cellar bar for the evening. We find them pictured above outside the rather grand main entrance with their wedding car and chauffeur
Honore is from Holland so he'd brought over a fair number of his Dutch relatives to be impressed by Stoneleigh's grandeur and his beautiful bride
Kate is pictured here above the Avon, especially dirveted to nring the river closer to the house by Lord Leigh's landscapers. It's an overcast day so we've added some light with the hand held Lowel iLight. Honore, left, didn't need any light. St Nicholas Warwick was being renovated and huge sheet of galvanised corrugated steel is a perfect reflector
Tom with his groomsmen at St Nicholas Church Kenilworth make the image above. Christian Gibb closed his salon in Kenilworth for the first time ever so that Rachel and her bridesmaids could ready for Rachel and Tom's big day, and who ever said that group photographs were boring?. Watch this space for more images soon!
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