I was delighted to be the Warren House Wedding Photographer for Rachel and Kevin for their lovely september wedding. It was a brilliant kick start to the late summer/autumn season after a couple of weeks off.
The day started at the beautiful Warren House in Kingston for the bridal prep. With Rachel, 5 bridesmaids, 2 flower girls, her Mum and 2 make-up artists it was brilliantly busy with a fantastic vibe going on as everyone was getting themselves prepared for the day ahead. Once all were sorted, we headed over to Sacred Heart Church in Wimbledon.
Sacred Heart is, quite frankly, stunning. It’s absolutely huge, full of intricate gothic architectural details and makes a wonderful setting for a wedding. The ceremony went smoothly and Rachel and Kevin had a string quartet play during the signing of the registry which was beautiful and the sound filled the church perfectly.
After a quick congratulations from their guests outside, everyone returned to Warren House for the remainder of the day. Another glorious sunny day meant that full advantage could be taken of the lovely grounds at Warren House, with the guests free to mingle and chat in the stunning surroundings.
The speeches were really lovely and I am sure from his reaction Kevin got let off pretty lightly by his 2 best men. This was followed the cutting of the cake and, a first for me, a double bouquet toss. A double as the first effort was a one in a million shot that saw the bouquet stuck in the lighting wires! Thankfully a bridesmaids bouquet was brought in as a standby and the second attempt was successful!
Below are posted some of my favourite shots of the day. For guests, the rest of the images can be viewed in my Client Galleries – you will just need the password from Kevin and Rachel. For those visitors considering getting married at either Sacred Heart or Warren House and looking for a wedding photographer, please feel free to get in touch. Comments and shares on the images below are greatly appreciated!
by Chris Legg
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