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Alastair and Laura had their wedding ceremony in Bradfield College in Berkshire. Laura arrived at the Bradfield College in a vintage Triumph Gloria which looked great in the backdrop of the historic college grounds. After a beautiful ceremony the newly weds sped off in their vintage motor carriage having enjoyed greeting their guests and family before hand. The next stop was the rustic Herons Farm for the wedding reception, the exact same venue Dom Rosko had got married just 2 weeks before. Both myself and Rosko were able to make the most of the familiarity of the venue, allowing for some great shots of both Alastair and Laura and their guests. The rustic barn at Herons Farm was wonderfully decorated and after the guests had enjoyed their meals and the speeches the live band began to play whilst Laura and Alastair had their first dance as a married couple. To compliment the feel of the day Alastair and Laura asked us to edit the photos in a vintage style, a highly popular trend in wedding photography. We took a subtle approach to this as to not date the photos in years to come which both suited the photography and the overall tone of the day.
This time it was Dom Rosko of Rosko and Wallis to get married. Dom and Gem’s wedding took place at Herons Farm in Pangbourne, a beautiful part of the Berkshire countryside. The outdoor ceremony was beautifully decorated with rustic wedding decorations and hay bales for the guests to sit upon. The ceremony was beautiful and fun. An acoustic musician played ‘All You Need is Love’ as Gem walked down the aisle of hay bales, The Temptations classic song ‘My Girl’ was sung by Dom and Gem and the guests and there were also several fun speeches. There were various outdoor games such as a coconut shy and a giant connect 4 which was very popular with the children. Luckily the weather held out for the ceremony and outdoor fun but began to pour just as the guests were enjoying their wedding dinner and speeches in the barn, which was also beautifully arranged with rustic and vintage decorations. Special thanks goes to Jessica Mark-Roland who was the second shooter for the day and bridal prep photographer.
A selection of our wedding photography in a vintage style as requested by a recent enquiry. This has been achieved through increasing the contrast of reds and greens and decreasing the blues to create the vintage qualities of an old polaroid camera. Other photos have simply been converted to black and white and a sepia filter added.