Such a brilliant day with Kathryn and Mike at their Court Garden House wedding. It’s an area I know so well having lived here for many years.
Court Garden House is an 18th century listed building located in Higginson Park and with sweeping view across to the River Thames an ideal venue for an intimate, relaxed wedding.
The day was so warm for April as I arrived and greeted Mike and his family. All the French doors were open as guests arrived and made their way onto the terrace to enjoy the views. It’s a lovely time for candid images of smiles and pre wedding nerves also.
Kathryn arrived as the rain began looking stunning and a beaming smile. It’s a long walk around the building but with holidaymakers and umbrellas this added a real documentary feel to the images.
The bride made a beautiful entrance into the ceremony and with natural light flooding the room the service began. So many natural images of this moment.
The newly weds exited to catch their breath before returning for a fun and raucous atmosphere with confetti throwing. The reception began in earnest and as the sky cleared guest made use of the park so I captured plenty of fun and candid images.
The wedding breakfast was a lively affair with so many many and close friends in attendance. Amazing cuisine from the resident 5 star chefs also. Loved the speeches; so heartfelt and warm.
With the weather holding Kathryn and Mike joined me to capture some private moments by the Cricket Pavilion and near Marlow Bridge.
Back in time for the cake cutting and first dance followed by a brilliant party lovingly enjoyed by so many.
So great to spend the day with a lovely couple in my hometown for this Court Garden House wedding.