Villiers Hotel, Buckingham, Wedding Photography

  • Villiers Hotel Buckingham

The Villiers Hotel, Buckingham was the location for the wedding of Lesley and Malcolm. The ceremony was held at their local church in Paulerspury.

They had chosen a half day package with a second photographer, where I started at their family home and covered some group shots there and then went on to the church.

My second photographer was already there to take the shots of Malcolm, his best man and the male voice choir who were singing at the ceremony.

Lesley looked lovely in her champagne coloured tea length dress designed by Lou Lou at Belle – en – Blanc, Olney which suited her style perfectly.

She turned up in Malcolm’s pride and joy which totally matched this country style wedding. Driven by her son, who also walked her down the aisle.

I tend to get quite emotional at weddings and this one was no exception. It is hard not to be moved by some aspects of each wedding, like the speeches and the bride arriving at the altar.

When the rings were placed on Lesley’s father’s family bible and when the male voice choir sang as the happy couple signed the register. I must admit I had a little tear in my eyes.

After the ceremony we stayed at the church to finish off the group shots, before heading off the Villiers Hotel, Buckingham for the reception.

Lesley and Malcolm were not overly fussed about having too many formal shots and preferred more natural reportage.

However, they did want some of the grandkids, so I followed them around for a while and took some lovely shots on the stairwell.

Unfortunately, there is no outdoor location for photographs at The Villiers Hotel, Buckingham. So, we had to make do with the indoor settings instead.

I would like to thank Lesley and Malcolm for letting me play such a big part in their special day and wish them all the best for their future together as husband and wife.

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Until next time!

By |2018-10-16T16:30:20+00:00September 21st, 2018|Blog|0 Comments