What a wedding this was! Held over two days Amy and Ned invited me into their wedding. Becoming part, instead of just being at the wedding is always my goal - I'd much rather this than just being at the wedding. The reason? The photos. They show the real happiness and emotion of the day, an insiders view of the wedding.
Choosing the photos from this wedding to feature in my gallery took a really long time. There were just so many moments to pick since it was just such a fabulous wedding! The final cut are just some of the photographs that I love.
The National Trust House of Tintinhull was a stunning location. The gardens surrounds an elegant 17th century manor house which is Grade I listed. Amy and Ned had a very small intimate ceremony, which was held in the formal gardens. The gardens provided some amazing spaces to photograph the couple. I never pose my couples at this point. Posing makes people feel awkward which makes for awkward photos! Amy and Ned had a seat and a chat! They compared rings and I photographed the moment.
The following day was for everyone to attend and had a much more relaxed/party feel. This time the couple had invited all 180 of their friends and family. This made for a busy day and loads of great photo opportunities. The day was held at a family farm in rural Somerset. A barn had been decorated and really looked something special.
I say this a lot but this wedding was one of the best. Congratulations Amy and Ned! xx
" We are so happy with our wedding pictures – and so pleased that we booked Andrew as our photographer! On the day itself, Andrew was a calm presence throughout. Ben and I never felt as if we were being photographed yet every moment was captured.
We would both thoroughly recommend Andrew. Professional, relaxed and approachable, Andrew’s style of working is first-class and we both agree that booking Andrew was our best “wedmin” decision.”