A Worcestershire church wedding
As documentary wedding photographers, Hannah and Jack's Worcestershire wedding in September 2016 was right up our street. It was the kind of wedding we love to photograph; a local church wedding at Stone, near Kidderminster, followed by a village hall reception in Rock, a lovely Worcestershire village. What was especially lovely about their wedding was how much of it they did themselves. The wedding cars were provided by customers of theirs (Hannah and Jack have their own business in custom car wraps), and much of the decoration of the village hall was done by them. The vicar of Stone church was a pleasure to work with; understanding that we were there to provide photography, but also that we were not going to intervene or take control in what was after all a religious service. As usual, I positioned myself at the front and to the side of the church, out of sight of most of the church attendees. Samantha was able to go up to a balcony overlooking the church aisle. Once the service was over we all made the 20 minute journey to the village hall, where, despite some decidedly average weather, we were able to mingle amongst the guests as well as capture the speeches. Highlight of the day for me was the visit of an ice cream, and a voucher for us to both have a 99!
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