Carmel & James were married at St Mary’s Church, Hornchurch followed by the reception held at Mulberry House in Ongar.
We were back at Mulberry House this day to capture some special moments for Carmel and James. We started our day photographing Carmels wedding preparations with the 2 Older Bridesmaids, Mother and Father of the Bride. We captured some beautiful shots of Carmel in her stunning classic Lace wedding gown, complimented with beautiful county garden style bouquet which matched the Bridesmaids and also looked so lovely against the Bridesmaids lovely Blue dresses.
After preparation we travelled to Hornchurch for the Ceremony at St Mary’s Church, James, his Best Man and 4 Ushers were there ready and waiting, during this time we captured some classic shots of James and his Groomsmen outside the Church doors, James parents and 3 flower girls shortly followed so we had a chance to include them all in the shots, the church made a lovely back drop.
After the beautiful ceremony we headed back to Mulberry house to capture the traditional couple shots of our newly weds, we know Mulberry House extremely well and took Carmel and James to all the lovely little spots around the grounds. We used the front manor house for a lovely fish eye shot on this day, as well as taking them to the beautiful lake to stand on the stunning wooden bridge. The vintage brick wishing well and the old fashioned lamppost made for some lovely focal points, the walking shots around the garden were particularly lovely with bare trees and fallen leaves giving it a real winter feel and a real finishing touch to the scenery, we love the Black and White versions of these images that we took.
Before our day finished we headed into the wedding breakfast room to take some close detail shots of the table decorations, wedding cake which were all very sparkly filled with Diamantés, Carmel and James even hired one of our wedding wishing wells to keep their guests wedding cards safe, have a look at our website www.wishes4weddings.co.uk for more information on this.
Here are some images from the day…