Richmond Wedding Photographer
9th December 2016

Richmond Wedding Photographer | Antje & Graeme

Wedding

As a Richmond Wedding Photographer I was excited at the prospect of getting some portraits by the riverside. Its such a beautiful spot and one that I relish being able to shoot in. Antje and Graeme wanted a fairly low key wedding so chose Ealing Town Hall and invited a few close friends and relatives to witness the special day. I started at their house in Ealing where their sweet little daughter was initially quite wary of the camera. It didn’t take long before she warmed to me though and soon she was dancing and posing like a little pro.

I do like it when I’m allowed to ride in the wedding car, not just because in this case it was a 1963 Rolls Royce, but it allows me to capture some special moments on route, all helping to document the day.

Once the ceremony was over and they were officially married, it was off to Gaucho’s restaurant on Richmond riverside where they would enjoy their wedding breakfast. Not before I took them aside for a few portrait shots of the two little love birds.

bride applying makeup

bride and daughter

mum arrives

boquet

daughter into camera

grandpa and granddaughter

registry

groom looking and bride

groom places ring on finger

bride places ring on finger

family post wedding

bride and daughter on stairs

daughter kiss

family on stairs

bride and groom at ealing town hall

bride and groom on stairs outside

daughter thrown confetti on bride

daughter thrown confetti on groom

parents and daughter

bride laughing

daughter climbs into car

daughter in car

rings on hand

riverside attempt

riverside walk

richmond riverside laugh

portrait shot black and white

 

 

 

 

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