Kimberley Lee Wedding Bradfield College


Bradfield College located in the stunning Valley within the surroundings of Berkshire holds the perfect place for a wedding. Kimberley and Lee certainly did their research when deciding on this location for their wedding day. Bradfield College is one of my top wedding venues. The venues catering is nothing but outstanding.The day Started at the families home's down at Didcot. The lads were in full swing in getting ready with the drinks and spirits flowing. I only spent a short time with the groom before heading over to Kimberley's parents address. This is where the bride was quietly and calmly getting ready. She looked stunning in her elegant wedding dress.

Bradfield College

After covering all the detail and the final dress shots I made my way over to Bradfield College. It wasn't too long before the guests started to arrive. The guests were soon seated for the ceremony and the music started playing. Escorted on the arm of her father the stunning bride glided down the old walkway towards her groom.Straight after the ceremony we managed to setup the confetti shot before heading to the front of the building to make a start on the group shots. With our plan in place and 30 minutes later all the group shots were covered. We were soon moving on to the bride and groom portraits before sending the couple off to relax. Giving the couple plenty of time to stretch their legs and mingle with the guests. Before time it was the start of the wedding breakfast.The wedding breakfast started with speeches. This proved very emotional for all. With the brother a soldier lost in action but remembered by all on the day. With everyone tucking in to their meal it was time for me to relax for a while before the evening celebrations got underway.With the disco setup and the knife at the ready it was time to cut the cake. This was the opening to getting the evening well underway with all the wedding reception guests arriving. Under candlelight the mood was set and spirits high. My time here had come to an end as I packed my cameras away and said my goodbyes.