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Loseley Park Wedding Photography – Suzie and Ollie

Suzie and Ollie’s wedding at Loseley Park was nice and local for me! They’d booked me for an all-day wedding photography package, so I headed out from my studio in Guildford to meet Suzie at her parents’ house in Horsham.

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There were yummy treats all round as the girls preened themselves for the big day. We even lined up a few chocolates around Suzie’s bridal earrings! After a few snaps of the beautiful bridal party, it was on to Ollie’s house, where he was getting ready with the best man and Suzie’s brother. The three-way tie adjustment shot is my favourite!

Wedding photography at Loseley Park

I made my way back to Guildford for some shots of the stunningly rustic Loseley Park. Parts of the venue are just like a museum – the perfect backdrop – so I set up some light gear for portrait shots later.

While Ollie welcomed the guests, I captured Suzie’s mum and the bridesmaids arriving in a classic taxi. Then it was time for Ollie to scarper as Suzie and her dad rolled up in the classic car!

The colour palette was simply gorgeous, with the autumn sun and the bridesmaids’ deep red dresses. It really brought out everybody’s skin tones during the ceremony.

Family portraits

With everything set up, we finished the registry signing and headed out to the back room for some family portraits. The bridesmaids were in fits of giggles! The newlyweds bucked the confetti trend and went for bubbles instead. We grouped everybody together and got a wide shot with the aid of a camera on a stick.

With this being an autumn wedding, I had to capture the sunset shots much earlier. After we finished drinks and canapes, I took the couple to one side for a few shots, including inside their wedding car. I also played with a silhouette against the setting sun.

Dancefloor lighting

There was lots of moving kit around! I set up some flashes in the far corners to highlight the speakers, before moving over to the dancefloor. There was a great disco vibe after the cake cutting and first dance. The band were amazing too!

With the sun down, we finished the evening with fireworks and sparklers. Suzie and Ollie set off in a taxi, giving me a 5-star review afterward. A big thank you to them! If you’re looking for wedding photography a Loseley Park, contact me today.

Suzie and Ollie’s wedding at Loseley Park was nice and local for me! They’d booked me for an all-day wedding photography package, so I headed out from my studio in Guildford to meet Suzie at her parents’ house in Horsham.

Read the story
Read the story

There were yummy treats all round as the girls preened themselves for the big day. We even lined up a few chocolates around Suzie’s bridal earrings! After a few snaps of the beautiful bridal party, it was on to Ollie’s house, where he was getting ready with the best man and Suzie’s brother. The three-way tie adjustment shot is my favourite!

Wedding photography at Loseley Park

I made my way back to Guildford for some shots of the stunningly rustic Loseley Park. Parts of the venue are just like a museum – the perfect backdrop – so I set up some light gear for portrait shots later.

While Ollie welcomed the guests, I captured Suzie’s mum and the bridesmaids arriving in a classic taxi. Then it was time for Ollie to scarper as Suzie and her dad rolled up in the classic car!

The colour palette was simply gorgeous, with the autumn sun and the bridesmaids’ deep red dresses. It really brought out everybody’s skin tones during the ceremony.

Family portraits

With everything set up, we finished the registry signing and headed out to the back room for some family portraits. The bridesmaids were in fits of giggles! The newlyweds bucked the confetti trend and went for bubbles instead. We grouped everybody together and got a wide shot with the aid of a camera on a stick.

With this being an autumn wedding, I had to capture the sunset shots much earlier. After we finished drinks and canapes, I took the couple to one side for a few shots, including inside their wedding car. I also played with a silhouette against the setting sun.

Dancefloor lighting

There was lots of moving kit around! I set up some flashes in the far corners to highlight the speakers, before moving over to the dancefloor. There was a great disco vibe after the cake cutting and first dance. The band were amazing too!

With the sun down, we finished the evening with fireworks and sparklers. Suzie and Ollie set off in a taxi, giving me a 5-star review afterward. A big thank you to them! If you’re looking for wedding photography a Loseley Park, contact me today.

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