Little Chesterford Wedding – Lottie and Charlie

I can’t actually believe that it’s seven months since Lottie and Charlie got married! I’m currently looking out of the window on a wet and cold February afternoon and, despite the fact that their hot July wedding seems only very recent, in terms of the temperature and weather it’s light years away!

 

“The photos are incredible, thank you so much for all of them. They are exactly what we wanted and really show the day well. I particularly love the way you captured my Dad. 
Thank you also for putting up with the heat!” – Lottie

 

Morning preparations and reflections

This picture is one of my absolute favourites from the day. I love how there is something to look at the front and also the back of the picture and that both elements tell part of the story of the day. There’s a lovely symmetry and balance as your eye weaves it’s way from the bridesmaid at the front to Lottie at the back. I love looking for interesting reflections in mirrors and this one works perfectly! I seem to remember having to manoeuvre myself rather uncomfortably in a doorway to get the right angle but it was well worth the effort! I was trying to get a reflection of Lottie’s face in her mirror as well but sadly I didn’t quite have space. That really would have been the icing on the cake!

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wedding guests and dogs
Dogs! Again I really like the way that your eye travels through the picture from the dogs at the front through to the guests at the back. there is a rather nice shape and symmetry to this one!
Hello! Always a great moment.
Just a lovely moment and hopefully one that Lottie and Charlie will always remember. I love the expression on the vicars face and also the happy onlooker framed rather nicely by the rood screen.
Bride and groom and confetti
Confetti!
Guests taking selfies
I’m not sure that the older lady was that keen but it makes a nice cross generational moment!
A stolen moment during the dancingI love looking for secret moments like this – very romantic as Lottie and Charlie steal a quick static kiss amid the whirlwind of dancing guests around them.
Dancing and selfie taking

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