Anna and her bridesmaids began getting ready at the venue early in the morning and Jamie and his groomsmen joined later int he morning. My photographic coverage started as usual around 3 hours prior to the wedding service with the bride. This can sometimes be a calming part of the day, where the bride and her party can relax and enjoy a bit of quiet to prepare for the day. But in some cases jumping on the bed seems more helpful.
Peckforton Castle Wedding Photographer
Peckforton Castle is a simply stunning venue inside and out. A photographer’s dream in fact. And with a handsome couple and some party loving wedding guests I was in my element. I’d been looking forward to this wedding for some time, and not just because it’s a big old castle. But having met Anna and Jamie a couple of times before their wedding I know it was going to be a great occasion and a fantastic party. They had planned everything meticulously and it showed. The day went according to plan and even the weather played ball. As a Peckforton Castle wedding photographer I had the best of locations to shoot as there was a good mix of stunning and imposing castle walls and extensive grounds, in which trees were just coming into bloom. The light in the trees was great. We also had a small window of time in the evening for a couple of portraits after dark. We were lucky that the sky cleared and allowed the camera to pick up some stars. I took a few exposures for the sky and top of the castle before bringing Anna and Jamie out to be added to the photo.
Many congratulations to Anna and Jamie. Thanks for having me along as your Peckforton Castle Wedding Photographer.