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Sarah & Chris’ two-day wedding at Pennyhill Park

    This is the first wedding photography I’ve ever been booked for before the wedding date had even been confirmed, but after a family shoot a couple of years ago, Sarah & Chris were determined to have me as their wedding photographer, and I was determined to do it!

    Now, these two do absolutely nothing by halves, so I was fairly unsurprised to hear they were planning a two-day wedding at Pennyhill Park in Surrey. This venue is a STUNNER, and it offers so many beautiful areas for wedding photography – hello, forest corridor! (not the official name but let’s go with it). It’s perfect to shoot everything from teeny, intimate moments to big family groups.

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    Back to our wedding… Day 1 was the ceremony itself, followed by a dinner & toasts for 25 of Sarah & Chris’ closest family & friends. It was such a gorgeous evening – even with a spot of rain! – and the atmosphere between everyone was something very special. During the speeches, laughter rang through the halls of Pennyhill as they remembered all the good times, and tears were shed with raised glasses for those they wished could be there.

    Day 2 was a different story – with all the jitters of the ceremony over, Sarah & Chris got ready all over again for the party of their lives. Over 100 guests had gathered around Pennyhill Park’s gorgeous Lily Pond Terrace for a full day of fun & frolicking, amidst the contagious energy of Matthew Allman as he sang an amazing reggae solo set. A fully-supervised crêche and a games room kept the kids safe & entertained so the adults could make the most of their day (borderline genius wedding planning, if I’m being honest).

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    The evening saw a party like no other, with some crazy dance moves being thrown and a 360-degree photo booth for when people wanted to a more on-trend type of wedding photography.

    A number of the guests work in the dance industry, and it certainly showed! Even with all my wedding photography gear strapped to my back, I couldn’t help but join in with some of the anthems being played by a live band and DJ Captain Kurt!

    The weekend was jam-packed, and it was definitely a Maccies-on-the-drive-home job for me, but I was still buzzing from it all for about a week after the wedding!

    To discuss wedding photography with me in London and beyond, get in touch here, or to learn more about how I work as a wedding photographer, click here.

    To discuss wedding photography with me in London and beyond, get in touch here, or to learn more about how I work as a wedding photographer, click here.