Kathleen and Christopher’s wedding took place at the stunning Baytree Hotel located in Sheep Oxfordshire. If you’re looking for a small intermat location for your wedding day, then the Baytree Hotel is the place for you.
Its been a busy 2018 and as we approach December, there is no letting up with three weddings still to cover. I’m already looking forward to the new year and covering some amazing locations across the UK.
For this wedding at Baytree Hotel, I was only booked to cover five hours from my new wedding packages. I have made it very easy for all my customers now I charge by the hour. Meaning you can have me on your wedding day for as long or as little as you like.
Starting the day covering the end of the bride preparations worked perfectly. With the hair and make-up just finishing I managed to include all the detail shots along with everyone’s finishing touches.
Baytree Hotel Wedding
As Kathleen started to get in to her dress, a quickly ran over to Christopher room. Christopher staged some shots for me getting dressed before I covered portraits of all the kids.
Before long we were all in the conservatory where the wedding would take place. It was full to the brim with around 40-50 guests awaiting the arrival of the bride. She looked stunning as Kathleen made her way down to Christopher. The wedding dress looked stunning as the bride walked down the red carpet with the wedding dress flowing side to side.
After the ceremony, we all headed outside for the group shots followed by the bride and groom portraits. The light was getting low as the sun started to disappear behind the trees. With a bit of imagination and looking beyond what the eye could see I think we covered some spectacular wedding portraits.
We all headed inside as it was getting freezing outside and to get ready for the wedding breakfast. With everyone enjoying the food and the cutting of the cake shot covered it was time for me to finish.
Five hours can cover a lot of photography if you have your day planned well. I managed to include all the essentials and some extras in that short space of time.