Eynsham Hall was the perfect location for Jessica & David’s wedding. Nestled deep within the glorious Oxfordshire countryside, Eynsham Hall offered the perfect backdrop for the couple’s Civil and Jewish marriage ceremony. Working alongside Neil of Neil Hanson Photography enabled us to capture some great intimate moments between the bride and groom.
Set in a secluded part of the Surrey Hills, Gate Street Barn, was the perfect location for Rebecca & Andres’ wedding. With an endless supply of great locations, working with the talented Richard & Sarah of Capture It Photography, we were all able to capture the bride and groom amongst a variety of backdrops.
Suzanne & Hakan’s Turkish Wedding began with a stylish Civil Ceremony in the Danziger Suite at The May Fair, London. Styled by the talented team at Good Luck Venue the black and white theme carried on into The Crystal Suite where the Turkish Wedding Reception took place. Working alongside Kerim of Dreem Studios allowed us to capture some stunning shots whilst the bride and groom were photographed with the bridal party amongst the streets of Mayfair.
Imran & Natalie were married at the prestigious Millennium Hotel London Mayfair. Their Civil Ceremony took place within the hotel and their evening reception was elegantly staged in the Ballroom by Anna of One & Only Events. After their marriage ceremony the wedding photographs were taken within the picturesque Grosvenor Square Gardens. Evagoras of Evagoras Mandrides Photography captured the whole day with his effortless professionalism.
Peckforton Castle was again the setting for another great wedding I had the pleasure to film and be part of. Flowers and staging supplied by Red Floral with music and lighting expertly co-ordinated by Hipswing Entertainments. The spectacular setting of Peckforton Castle provided an excellent backdrop to Claire and Paul’s wedding photographs which were taken by the talented Matt Gillespie.
It’s always great being part of the strong team at Moxhull Hall and working together to create a memorable day for the bride and groom. Michelle and James had a Catholic Wedding Ceremony at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Afterwards they celebrated their wedding at Moxhull Hall Hotel and danced the night away with a mix of ceilidh dancing from the sounds of The Celtic Clan.
Somaya & Fahri were married with a fusion of Turkish and Moroccan festivities in the splendid setting of St Michael’s Manor, St Albans, Hertfordshire. The day was staged and co-ordinated by the talented team that is White Avenue Weddings. Flowers were supplied by Funky Flowers. Cake supplied by The Abigail Bloom Cake Company. Music was performed by Aviva Ensemble and Urban Blue. Photography was captured by the talented Mark Bothwell Photography.
Testimonial from the bride;
Your work was fantastic. We were both really happy with it. Thank you for being so good to work with and for working so hard on the day. You were a complete treasure and star.
With all best wishes
Laura & Adam were married on a glorious Summer’s day at Creeksea Place. The Tudor Mansion at Creeksea Place is set within stunning gardens and a lake which were an ideal backdrop to the wedding. Photography was expertly executed by Gavin of Gavin Woolard Photography and co-ordinated on the day by Louise Perry.
Further to filming Emily’s brother’s wedding last year, I had the honour of being part of another family wedding at the enchanting Cripps Barn. Cripps Barn was the setting for Emily and Alexander’s Civil Ceremony and reception, an 18th-Century Cotswold stone barn set in lovely countryside near Bibury in the Coln Valley, Gloucestershire.
Lisa & Stuart were married earlier this year on a glorious April’s day in the setting of Moxhull Hall Hotel. They were lucky enough to have their Civil Ceremony in the sumptuous setting of Calliope’s Garden with a natural soundtrack of birds chirping away during their marriage ceremony. With the help of the wedding photographer, James Harrison, we managed to capture some great natural moments of Lisa & Stuart within the grounds of Moxhull Hall. For the evening reception Dave Clarke transformed the marquee into an extravaganza of music and light. Overall, it was another result for the Moxhull Hall Possy!