I couldn’t help but be swept along by the atmosphere at this wedding. It was blooming brilliant. I always say that weddings are about people. I’d like to add to that and say that weddings are about people and space hoppers. Jasmine and Curtis were married at Prestbury Church, witnessed by their two children and surrounded by their closest friends and family. The reception was in Rushton Spencer and it was my first time trying my hand at a bit of Heaton House Farm Wedding Photography.
Jasmine is a photographer herself and also writes a great blog, which includes her musings about the wedding. You can take a look here http://mummyandhermini.com/
A Farm Wedding Reception
When you think about Heaton House Farm Wedding Photography the first thing that springs to mind is that tree. Whenever you mention the venue to anyone they always say, ‘you need to take some pictures by the tree’. Now trees, like bridges and fountains, are all well and good. But I don’t really like doing what people tell me to do when it comes to photography, and I don’t like to repeat shots that have been done a hundred times before. Every wedding is unique and I want to keep it that way. So I had an idea in my disorganised mind for a picture with ‘that tree’. I’m chuffed with the results which I couldn’t have achieved without a little help from my friend, Andrew Keher Photography. Andy was also very helpful with launching space hoppers. It’s a unique skill set and I think he would agree it takes a little practice 😉
Heaton House Farm Wedding Photography
As well as the tree, there’s plenty of other stuff that you might find on a farm, although the cows and sheep were conspicuous by their absence. I did see a tractor and some barns though. Sometimes I find it difficult to get the word count of my wedding blog posts up past three hundred words without waffling on. Did I mention that I worked on a farm once? No? Well I still have the wellies, but that’s a story for another day. I’m on about three hundred and fifty words now so here are some photos.
If you’re in the market for some Heaton House Farm Wedding Photography with a difference, I’d love to hear from you. As you can see, my photography style is mostly documentary, but I do this in a modern and fun way. Nothing cheesy, nothing traditional, just good photography capturing the fun and emotion of your wedding day.
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