A couple of preview photographs from the wedding of kelly and Ross. The couple got married at St. Chad’s church in Hopwas, followed by a reception at The Drayton Manor Hotel, Tamworth.
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Well it’s Ryan and Emma’s Big Day tomorrow and I can’t wait! If everything stays dry then it will be lovely! The daffodils are finally out and I have some great shots in mind! Sleep well both and see you tomorrow!
Looking forward to photographing a wedding at Polesworth Abbey on Saturday. It’s just one of the many beautiful Churches around the Tamworth and North Warwickshire area.
Had a great wedding preshoot this afternoon with with Kelly and Ross at the new Drayton Manor Hotel. Can’t wait to photograph their wedding because we’ve got some great ideas for some creative shots down on the theme park.
We just love the way the Marquee was decorated at the weekend for Sarah and Ben’s wedding. The staff at The Brook Marston Farm Hotel did the couple proud and the photographs looked fab with such a lovely backdrop.
Barnsdale Lodge on the shores of Rutland Water was the setting for the wedding of Louise and Chris and what a lovely venue it was too! Though the weather was cold, the atmosphere surrounding the happy couple was warm and joyous. Louise looked beautiful in her elegant wedding gown and fur cape as she walked down the aisle to join Chris at the front. Chris couldnt have smiled more when he saw her and who could have blamed him! Priory Photography were very proud to be asked to capture happy memories for Louise and Chris and wish them all the love in the world as they embark on their married life together!
Sandra and John chose Lea Marston Hotel as the venue for their wedding on what turned out to be a beautiful Autumn day! Both the Bride and Groom were totally relaxed as they made their vows and if they had been just a little nervous it really didnt show! John’s parents unfortunately couldnt make the wedding but with their photograph close to them, the Happy Couple ensured that they were there in spirit. Proceedings went smoothly with the presence of a Master of Ceremonies who made everyone smile and brought a touch of bygone eras to the occasion. It was a wonderful day and Priory Photography were very proud to be a part of it! We wish you all the very very best Sandra and John!!
The weather forecast was for rain from 1pm onwards, the clouds were black and we even heard thunder! Yet magically the rain stayed away for Shawn and Sophie’s wedding day! Sophie looked truly stunning in her wedding gown and though lovely to start with, the make up artistry of Sally Simpson had transformed her into the Bride we would all love to look like! Shawns face when he first saw her said it all.
The Waterfront at Barton Marina played perfect host to the Happy Couple and the Marina itself was a lovely backdrop to the celebrations! Best Man Ben gave a very funny speech and trying to focus on my work whilst laughing at the same time was not easy! All too soon, we approached the end of the evening. Thank you Sophie and Shawn for granting us the honour of being your wedding photographers, we thoroughly enjoyed capturing your memories and sharing your precious moments! Dx
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When we first met Gina and Richard, their car broke down so we never got to actually sit down and discuss anything! The preshoot a year later went a little better thankfully and so when we finally got to the wedding day we were raring to go! Opposite the Stockland Green Methodist Church in Birmingham was a pub. As the Best Man Steve was definitely in the mood to celebrate – he nipped over to the pub for a bit of Dutch courage before the ceremony! Richard didnt need to though as he had waited a while for this day and was enjoying every moment! Gina looked so beautiful as Richard’s smile acknowledged! Following the ceremony, Richard and Gina travelled to the Castle Hotel, Tamworth where everyone enjoyed a celebratory drink before stepping out for photographs. At the foot of the historic Castle, the Happy Couple and their guests stopped for photographs amidst the flowers and sunshine, it was a lovely sight! As the day passed, Gina and Richard celebrated their wedding with family and guests in the Tudor Suite of the Castle Hotel, until before you knew it – it was the First Dance! We were very happy to be asked to photograph your Wedding Day Richard and Gina and wish you all the very best as Husband and Wife, now and in the future!
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Coombe Abbey is a beautiful place to get married and so it was for Anne and Nigel! Despite the formal nature of the setting, this was a lovely relaxed wedding with family and friends. Anne looked lovely in her wedding gown and Nigel didnt look bad either! Following their big day, Anne and Nigel were driving down to Venice in their sportscar! We were so jealous but were not surprised as Nigel is a pilot and no one wants a busman’s holiday for their honeymoon! Anne and Nigel, it was an honour and pleasure to be your wedding photographers. We wish you all the very best as you set out together as Husband and Wife!
Drayton Manor’s new Hotel played host to the wedding of Vicky and Adam and what a great day we all had!! I spent the morning with Vicky photographing Bridal Prep which was full of laughter, tears and huge smiles!! When you have spent many months planning, preparing, hoping, praying, worrying, and fretting it can all be quite a relief when the day finally arrives! Emotions are often close to the surface but it’s all good and helps make the day special because it means so much to you and loved ones around you. Vicky and Adam had a wonderful day with family and friends and my lasting memory will always be when they sat down on the chairs at the front before the Registrar and whispered “I love you” to each other before the ceremony began. I felt like I was intruding on a private moment so I looked away but when people really love each other it warms your own heart too just to be around them!! Have a lovely honeymoon both!!!
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Natalie and Jon’s wedding was amazing! From the fact that it kept dry all day to how beautiful Natalie looked, the day was perfect! I got very excited when I saw the Vintage Daimler arriving and actually jumped up and down! (note to self – must be more professional and not jump up and down!!). Have a wonderful honeymoon Nat and Jon you deserve it!!! Dxxx.
Big smiles were the order of the day for Tom and Jennie’s wedding at Packington Moor! Even Millie their dog looked as if she were grinning from ear to ear! When it comes to describing Tom’s smile when he saw how breathtaking Jennie looked as she walked down the aisle though – well words fail me. She looked amazing! Following the ceremony, family and friends gathered in the lovely gardens of Packington Moor Farm for photographs and though it was becoming a little fresh at this time of the day no-one really minded. Packington Moor Staff were lovely and couldnt do enough to ensure that the day went smoothly. The only hitch if it can be called that, was when someone (who shall remain nameless) stepped on the Brides dress as she walked down the aisle! Everything was just perfect, a truly lovely day for the happy couple to remember forever. Priory Photography & Design were delighted and honoured to be asked to photograph this very special day for Jennie and Tom and wish them all the happiness in the world as they set out together as Husband and Wife! Dxx
When you go to photograph a wedding you expect to see some nervous anticipation from the groom but Simon was calm personified! His wedding to Alison at the Arden Hotel was full of laughter but if there were some butterflies, they were not on show. When Alison entered the room, Simon beamed from ear to ear as did the rest of their family and friends as she looked every inch the beautiful Bride. Simon’s Sister Karren had done a splendid job for them with the flowers as the colourful blooms really were eye-catching. The Arden Hotel, played perfect host to the happy couple and their guests and nothing was too much trouble! When we took them outside for a romantic candlelit shot, it really did feel quite magical! Priory Photography were very proud to be asked to be a part of this lovely couple’s special day and we wish them a long and happy life together as husband and wife!
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After the December of 2010, nobody knew just what to expect from New Year’s Eve 2011! For Debby and Wayne it was their Wedding Day and nothing was going to spoil it! It was a little cold but nothing compared to the previous year, so even though the bride came fully prepared with comfy white snow boots and white fur cape to match her stunning white wedding dress – it wasn’t too bad. Wayne was full of anticipation rather than nerves and even though his Best Men and Ushers kept him both amused and distracted, it was well worth it when Debby (after forgetting her bouquet) arrived. Wayne’s proud, beaming face said it all!! From the wedding ceremony at the Church, and on to the reception at Chesford Grange, Kenilworth! The Happy Couple had arranged a surprise for their guests by way of their arrival at the reception – real reindeer pulling a sleigh! Entrances just don’t come much better than that!
With the theme of winter in mind Debby had worked hard on the decor and details of the Reception room so that it looked breathtaking. The theme of white, ice blue and silver was reflected in the lighting, table centre pieces and lots of details such as the bauble place settings and white dove decorations. Wow!! If the fact that it was Debby and Wayne’s wedding wasn’t enough to encourage guests to enjoy themselves the “Buckaroo Reindeer” and “Photobooth” certainly were! When the clock struck midnight, party streamers, confetti and shout’s of “Happy New Year!” marked the beginning of this lovely couple’s first year as Husband and Wife. Priory Photography and Design were both delighted and honored to have been asked to capture Debby and Wayne’s wedding day for them and wish them both a long and very happy life together as Mr and Mrs Croft!
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The weather may have been cold at Nuthurst Grange, but the love and laughter surrounding Ellen and Lee at their wedding, from family and friends was lovely and warm! Following the most relaxed and laughter filled bridal prep I ever had the pleasure to photograph, Ellen made her way with her Bridesmaids to the little chapel within the grounds. Though no one wanted to be outside for long, their family and friends were cheerful as they waited for photographs and made the whole chilly experience fun! With Christmas trees and lights all round, even Father Christmas couldnt stay away and made a surprise visit to wish the couple well and give out early presents to the good little boys and girls who were there. A magical wedding for a truly lovely couple! Thank you for letting us capture your memories and be a part of your special day, it was a true pleasure!!! Debbie & Mark xxx
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