Great Fosters Wedding Photographer Surrey Vibrant Wedding: Katie and Sam
If you have found our website or social media pages, you will see that our images are not pale and washed out colour wise. They are strong, bold colours, bright and shiny with oomph and personality! So, when Katie and Sam met for their wedding planning meeting over a coffee, they told me they were having a Mexican theme; wait for it – with mariachi band, mini bottles of tequila as favours, rainbow flowers and the brightest of ceremony set ups, we were kind of thrilled!
The bride and groom were incredibly down to earth and so easy to get along with; it felt like I had known them for such a long time. Excited on the morning of the wedding, we arrived at the Wheatsheaf in Virginia Water where Katie was getting married and went onto Great Fosters in Egham for their ceremony and reception.
Their wedding was full of personalised touches, from the aisle runner with their names entwined, to the metal archway as the centrepiece for the ceremony covered in foliage and vibrant ribbons. As Mr and Mrs walked out of the Orangery, their guests showered them in real petal confetti and walked out to the patio for champagne and time with their friends and family.
Even though it was April, it was really hot – like August type of hot! We created some really beautiful family keepsake photographs and moved onto portraits of the bride and groom around the meadow, apple tree field, front of the beautiful Great Fosters stately home and later in the evening the rose garden and Japanese bridge.
It was such a beautiful day and the images really speak for themselves. A stunning couple, in the perfect surrounds and a beautiful selection of images to remember their day.