We loved having David as our photographer. Everything, from the first meeting to the receipt of the photo disc, was perfect and made us feel so good about out choice. His warm, friendly and professional manner made him a joy to be around. In the best possible way, we almost forgot he was there! It was good to know he had a good set of emergency plans, too, just in case.
Our photographs are gorgeous - all credit to David for creating such wonderful memories on what turned out to be a ridiculously hot October day!
Sarah and Adam, October 2011
is a superb venue for wedding photography. It features an elegant country mansion situated in 36 acres of secluded gardens, woodland and lakes. It offers a number of rooms for holding the wedding ceremony (including a conservatory with a stunning panoramic view) and a terrace for outdoor services. There are opportunities galore for a creative wedding photographer.
Sarah and Adam's wedding was held on the hottest day in October I think I've ever experienced. It was absolutely roasting and it felt more like August! On arrival I wandered around the mansion and grounds to take some location and detail shots. I then joined Sarah and her bridesmaids for the end of the bridal preps and then Adam and his entourage for a quick photoshoot. Whilst sweltering in the sunshine I took some shots of the wedding rings next to some conkers and autumn-red fallen leaves - very surreal! The ceremony took place on the sun-baked terrace (I did feel sorry for the chaps in their thick suits) followed by some cool drinks in the shade of some lovely trees. After the group shots I whisked Sarah and Adam around the grounds (by this time the light was absolutely fantastic) for their portrait session and then we joined all the guests for lots of candids and a receiving line. I then departed as the wedding breakfast was served but couldn't resist another walk around the grounds for some more location shots.
If you're looking for a wedding photographer for your ceremony at Salomons then please get in touch!