I first met Mamta and John just under a year ago in a lovely cafe in Wiltshire where we nattered over a coffee. With both Indian and Irish contingents, there was a fair amount of planning to do on their part, including the incorporation of Indian elements to the church service. When it came to the wedding day they were such a great couple to work with.
The entire wedding took place in the picturesque town of Woodstock in Oxfordshire, both the bride and groom preparations were at local hotels with the wedding ceremony at St Mary Magdalene on Woodstock high street. After the service we all made our way to a local pub, The Punchbowl, to grab a half time drink and to watch the rugby (of course).
A couple of hours later the wedding reception started at the delightful Blenheim Palace where we were treated to some exceptional speeches and evening entertainment.
Our particular style of reportage wedding photography was ideal for Mamta and John’s wedding, whilst there was a strong Indian element to the day, there weren’t too many formal family photographs required (as is often the case with Asian weddings). As such, we were able to seamlessly and unobtrusively work throughout the day creating authentic, thought-provoking images for both families.