Oakley Court Windsor Wedding Photography
The run up to Christmas often sees some beautiful, crisp days. Winter weddings can be fantastic, festive occasions, so I had my fingers crossed for good clear light for Rhian and Lee’s Oakley Court Windsor wedding photography. And we weren’t disappointed! The low light can be challenging to work with, especially if the ceremony is a little later in the day which limits the amount of good light we have to work with. Thankfully, the ceremony at St Michael’s Church in Bray was just after midday, so we had plenty of sunshine to work with.
Natural documentary wedding photography in Windsor
I started my photography with Rhian and the bridesmaids over at Oakley Court Hotel in Windsor, while Rex covered the guys getting ready for the wedding ceremony back at Rhian and Lee’s house. A Routemaster wedding bus then began several trips to collect the wedding party and guests from the hotel and ferry us all the short distance to Bray to await Rhian’s arrival. The bright sunlight gave me plenty of opportunity for a great variety of shots, really important for the kind of documentary wedding photography I specialise in. After the ceremony, the guests headed to the hotel for the reception on the double-decker bus, while the newly-weds had a bottle of fizz waiting for them in the classic wedding car.
Photography Highlights from Oakley Court Wedding
We managed to catch some of the failing light back at the hotel for some portraits and the group pictures, before the wedding reception and party began over in the Windsor Suite. We had a great time documenting Rhian and Lee’s day! Check out their highlights slideshow above. If you like this style of unposed wedding photography, you might be interested in having a look at some Buxted Park wedding photography, or this Berkshire Winter marquee wedding. If you’d like me to photography your Oakley Court wedding, get in touch for a quote.
Church flowers provided by church, bouquets and button holes made by bride, Brides bouquet Beaubuttons