HARRIET & JAMIE – Windsor Royal Chapel & A Field
When you’re approached by the Deputy Editor of Brides Magazine and asked to photograph her wedding, you feel pretty honoured… and you wonder how grand an event it’s going to be. The best thing was that Harriet & Jamie’s wedding was so down to earth, gorgeous and just beautiful that I honestly couldn’t have wished for anything more…
Starting off with bridal preparations – Harriet’s home in Windsor – family bustling about.
Royal Windsor Chapel – next door to Prince Andrew’s home, where the Groom’s father popped in for a quick drink beforehand to toast the bride and groom.
Afterwards off to a field with beautiful canopied tent… beer van… decorations… bell tents for the guests, etc.
Cake… flowers… toasting marshmallows around the fire…
2nd Dress – bride jumped into… only for the zip to malfunction just before the dancing began… so luckily I had safety pins to hand, quickly sorted it – and off they went to dance the night away.
Etc…. lots more to write!
As well as a link to the featured article in Brides Magazine too – online and printed versions…
…more to come… blog under construction I promise folks! x
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