Runnymede Hotel located just outside Windsor and surrounded by stunning countryside. One of the features of the Runnymede Hotel is its location. Next to the river and the five-star service it offers. Any wedding covered at the Hotel is going to run like clockwork, not only that but look amazing throughout the wedding day.
Staff at Runnymede Hotel are always accommodating, go out of there way to make sure you get what you ask. Thay treats you more like family than a customer, and for that reason, your wedding feels extra special on the day.
The sun was shining as I rolled up to the Hotel mesmerised with its surroundings and the images I could capture. After covering the initial exterior shots, it was time to make my way up to the bride’s room. Laura was in the finishing stages of her makeup and the perfect time to start capturing bride preparations. After this, we headed over to the main prep room where all the girls were hanging out.
First the details. I started to layout all the smaller details as the girls were finishing off the last minute touches. With the bride’s hair completed, I still had plenty of time to capture the lads. I decided to head down and catch guests arriving and the lads finishing the last minute preparations.
Runnymede Hotel Wedding
Everything set and the wedding ceremony was ready to start; all the girls look stunning as they were walking down. With the groom turning around to see his wife to be walking towards him was a magical moment. Emotions were flying high as the couples first glance happened, they both looked stunning together.
After the ceremony, we all headed outside. The plan was to go right into group shots so everyone can start to enjoy the wedding day. Completed in record time and all the shots covered it was time to start enjoying the drinks and canopies.
It was time to call everyone in for the wedding breakfast, but we had a plan to round everyone up. The confetti shot would lead everyone to the meal. It works like a charm as the bride and groom showered in confetti.
After dessert, it was time to cover the speeches, and the best man certainly worked there magic on the groom. Spilling the beans on untold secrets and embarrassing moments revealed in large print. Everyone was clapping and cheering on for more, brilliant speech.
Kicking off the evening
Wedding day’s go so fast and before I knew it, the evening reception has to kick off with the cutting of the cake. With the cake cut and all the guests captured the moment we headed to the dance floor to kick the night off with the first dance.
The first dance was slow and meaningful as the couple embraced each other, genuinely magical moment. The evening had officially started, and the party was in full swing with the evening guests flooding the dancefloor with there moves.
It was time for me to depart and I want to take this opportunity to thank the bride and groom for all their hospitality on the day. Enjoy your time in Mexico.Wedding Gallery