Louise and Lee were married on the 23rd August 2014 at Gaynes Park in Epping.
This is a lovely barn and orangery venue in the grounds of a historic country estate, it has some beautiful areas within the grounds making it a perfect place for beautiful photography.
Louise’s bridal preparation took place at the venue with her bridesmaid and 2 Flower girls, Louise’s dress was a beautifully elegant dress with gorgeous detail to the bodice, lots of netting and a lovely train, the two flower girls looked very cute in dresses very similar to Louise’s that complimented so well, whilst bridesmaid Hayley wore a lovely Navy floor length dress. We took some lovely photographs in the room which was so bright and airy and spacious for us to really get as much in our shots as possible.
The ceremony took place in the orangery area which looked stunning, full of windows the lighting was perfect for us to capture some lovely moments between our couple during the service.
After the service we took our newly weds off for the traditional couple photographs around the beautiful grounds, on this day we used the lovely pebbled, tree lined walkways for our romantic walking shots, the beautiful pagoda surrounded by whispy flowers in bloom, the lovely little area that does make for some stunning photographs is the little vintage table and chairs between two vintage walls and a magnificent mirror placed near by just stunning! they also have a great wooden barn door here with a peephole in the shape of a heart, we just love to shoot through the other side of the door through the peephole at our couple this makes an amazing photograph so romantic!
Afterwards whilst our couple were spending time with their loved ones we took to some reportage photography of the guests laughing, drinking and chatting to each other, these are precious memories and make for some great Black and White photographs to add to you album..
Detail shots back at reception captured all the finishing touches including flowers, stationary, wedding cake (which was an amazing fresh cream tower of victoria sponges!) and of course the Cream postbox that Louise and Lee hired from us through our sister website wishes4weddings.co.uk.
Here are some images from the day…