Late July saw my first Warren House Wedding Photography of the year covering the wedding of Hollie and Anthony. After meeting up with Hollie and Anthony for theirEngagement Photography in Guildford a couple of months ago, I knew their day was going to be a lot of fun from the start.
A definite bonus is, relatively speaking, Warren House is right on my doorstep so a nice short trip saw me arrive in plenty of time for the bridal prep. Exiting the car I noticed something rather unusual. I didn’t seem to be getting wet, in fact, not only was it not raining – it was sunny!!! For the first time this year I left my suit jacket in the car! I didn’t shoot at Warren House last year so it was nice to see the changes they have made internally. The new reception area looks great and a lot more inviting. I headed on up to meet up with Hollie as she and her bridesmaids were all getting ready in the Bridal Suite. It’s a great room with loads of space for me to move around without getting in the way or becoming a distraction.
Downstairs I met up with Anthony and got ready for the ceremony. It’s a great venue for a civil ceremony with huge great windows letting in swathes of light. After the ceremony, outside we headed to make the most of the sunshine! Waiting for the guests was an ice cream bike, this proved incredibly popular with the guests as they watched Anthony and Hollie playing a giant game of connect4. Anthony did the honourable thing and made sure he won!
After the wedding breakfast, the evening reception got underway. Once Anthony and Hollie had finished the first dance, the girls all got on the dance floor and I’m not sure they ever left it! It was a great end to a really great day. As always, some of my favourites from the day are posted below. If you are here because you are looking for someone for your Warren House Wedding Photography, please get in touch. For the guests from the day, the rest of the images are available to view in the Client Galleries, just ask Hollie and Anthony for the password. Comments, shares and likes are all very much appreciated!
by Chris Legg