Emily and Harry discovered me at an Ettington Park open day. The venue facilitates an event pretty much every 6 weeks. It’s a wonderful opportunity during these open days to come and see how the hotel looks laid out for a wedding celebration. I am usually available. Plus I can give you ideas and information about Ettington park and Ettington Park wedding photography.
You can view all the various ceremony locations they offer, inside and outside.
As an Ettington Park regular, preferred and referred supplier, I am pretty much always at these events. I have a stand. You can view my wedding albums. Chat to me and discuss pricing options for your wedding photography. Even if you don’t select me for your photography, I’m happy to offer you advice. I have photographed more weddings than I remember at Ettington Park Hotel. I know the staff, the procedures and how they will run your day.
Emily and Harry worked their wedding photography and wedding experience harder than most. They are a couple of dedicated detail.
They used their day not only to celebrate their love for each other but to celebrate the things they loved. Their love for old cars and in particular Landrover type 2’s, which became their wedding cars.
They even used the bottom field at Ettington Park Hotel for a clay pigeon shoot for the wedding party. So bride with a rifle was a great and given wedding shot.
I still believe they had the most variety in their wedding photography from me than any other couple so far. All in a 5-hour shoot. 4 venues in a 5-hour shoot.
We started at Emily’s home for an hour of pre-ceremony shots. Then on to St Giles Church, Chesterton to be married. We then drove via the Fosse way and Chesterton Windmill. Parked by the side of the road. Spending just ten minutes with perfect light and the windmill in the background, we achieved some iconic and remarkable shots. Then concluded at Ettington Park Hotel for traditional groups/ couple photos around the grounds and some shooting shots. This illustrates was can be achieved with careful and creative planning, concluding with Ettington Park wedding photography.
Some of my favourite shots though are the natural ones. I love the bride with her wax jacket over her wedding dress. She had just gotten out of the Landrover. Her dad drove her to church. Big smile and so obviously in the moment and very happy!
On receiving her photos, Emily emailed ‘Thank you, Harry and I could not be happier with them!’