Erin & George – Lifestyle Wedding Photography
Such gorgeous lifestyle wedding photography held in Warwickshire at Ettington Park hotel, Stratford-upon Avon on the edge of the Cotswolds. Ridiculously cool Erin & George created a beautifully designed Anglo/Irish wedding celebration. Spring flowers were pure white tulips and tonal roses in all the bouquets and room dressings. And there were cascades of stylish white drapes decorated where they said their vows to each other. White candles lined the red carpet of the South room where around 90 guests witness their marriage and wedding celebration.
The trees were full of pure white spring blossom that caught the breeze and scattered the couple with petals and natural confetti during their personal together shots. The guys drank draught Guiness and the girl’s Champagne. This lovely couple supplied an epic amount of confetti for guests to throw under the main archway, so much that we had to stage at least three attempts to use it all. The air was so full with rose petals that it looked like spring snowfall.
This was just such an easy and laid back wedding. The couple just open chatty and chilled and generous personalities wanted the very best for everyone’s happiness and enjoyment including us, their photographers. Easy chatting photographic scenarios meant relaxed and stunning photos. The couples choice of lifestyle wedding photography, was predominantly documentary through out with some staged moments to capture the gorgeous architectural surroundings and green rolling lawns. An end of April date and a relatively early staged ceremony meant that there was still some remaining daylight time after their wedding breakfast and speeches to capture yet some more gorgeous lifestyle wedding photography with the couple. I particularly like the gothic, filmic style couple shots held around the Normal style chapel under the crumbling arches. The colours are deep and dark and magical. The couple appear relaxed and informal.
Exclusive use of this venue meant the couple could hold their first dance in the Great Drawing room at Ettington, with the windows open and plenty of the evening dusky light filtering in to enjoy their first dance and practised routines.