Annie and Tim chose me for their Guildford wedding photography – and oh my, how happy was I about that! I just love everything about this couple and this stunning barn wedding. I worked with Tim years ago at Coca Cola, so it was an honour that they chose me. Not only for the connection, but because they love my photography. We did an engagement shoot that I’ve already blogged. Check it out here. Everything about this wedding was personal, as Annie and Tim did everything possible to ensure they used local suppliers known to them.

Family, friends and loved ones

In the morning, I had a great time with Annie and her bridesmaids – they were so lovely and giggling away with each other. They have such a strong friendship and the bond between them is clear to see. Each bridesmaid was given her own specially designed box, with a gorgeous handwritten card in each. Annie’s attention to detail was utterly flawless. This carried on throughout the day, as the venue was Annie’s parents’ home and so the entire decoration fell to friends and family. Both families outdid themselves setting everything up – it looked and had a better vibe than some official wedding venues! The flowers were done by a close family friend – the lady next door, who just so happened to be a (rather talented!) florist.

Guildford wedding photography

The whole day was so casual but felt so comfortable. There were no dramas, no stress, just lots of love and laughter with a romantic boho vibe. It was so personal and everyones needs were met. The weather was perfectly hot, but not too hot and the sky was endless blue (to compliment the bridesmaids?!). During a wedding day I normally soak into the background, as I like to capture what’s going on. Everyone was so friendly to this Guildford wedding photographer, I found myself talking to everyone! I truly believe that you can see the positivity and love come through each and every photograph I’ve shared below.

Chilled out and down to earth

The village church was a two minutes walk away from Annie’s parents house and is a picture postcard. I just loved the fact that the whole village came out of their houses to watch. The wedding party spent the day at the family home with the added extra Papakata where the food was served.

The portrait photos was a great opportunity to experiment with my prism and circular tube to get some awesome photos with cool effects. The light was perfect for this and the stunning fields as a backdrop added to the fun. An awesome band played music on the evening and towards the end of the night a huge firework display lit the sky. It was epic – the sort of display you see at a big firework show! I managed to get some fantastic photos, but it did mean me being fully laid down on my back to get them all in. Just one of the many things a wedding photographer does!

That’s not all folks…!

Annie completed my questionnaire about her Guildford wedding photography. She goes into the finer details about the wedding and all of the exceptional work that she, Tim and their family and friends went to. This resulted in the most perfect wedding that you can see below. So, before you have a look behind the scenes with Annie in one of my upcoming blogs, check out the wedding day in all its glory!

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If you like this wedding – why not check out others on my blog? I love wedding photography and cannot wait for the next one. Get in touch to find out more, whether for your Guildford wedding photography, or anywhere else!

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