Set overlooking Cheltenham Racecourse the stunning Ellenborough Park welcomed Becca and Alan for what would be a fun and relaxed day in the Cotswolds. Both families, what can I say? Happy and joyous, celebrating like you should at a wedding. Just another occasion where I struggle to call my job as an Ellenborough Park wedding photographer, actually working. The day started at Becca's family home and what a welcome, treated like one of the family from the outset. Bridesmaids once again showing men up in the fun ranks. The ceremony followed at the beautiful St. Andrews church in Miserden. Being a winter wedding, we we're welcomed with umbrellas blowing in the wind. It certainly didn't quench the mood that was set during bridal prep. The joys of being an Ellenborough Park wedding photographer.
Alan looking the part in his Naval uniform was waiting patiently for his bride Becca, who looked stunning walking down the aisle. A lovely ceremony was then followed by a little journey onto Ellenborough Park. The evening flowed with some great speeches, with great banter flying around. Then the fun part, chasing guests around the dance floor. These certainly had some top moves. Becca and Alan thank you for the invite to capture your special day, it was an absolute pleasure.
Getting married at Ellenbrough Park in Cheltenham
I must give a special mention to Toastmaster Howard Jones who was fantastic with helping the day flow perfectly with humour and authority. Other talented vendors that helped out were: Rob Menzies (photographer), The Flower Studio, Wedding Days of Cheltenham, Regency Groom, Lavish Hairdressing and Azure Cars.
For the fellow photographers out there, I used two Nikon D750's one with a 35mm 1.4 lens and the other with an 85mm 1.4 for the documentary photos and the 24-70mm 2.8 for the flash work, using an Elinchrom Quadra flash triggered by Pocket Wizard Flex's. If you would like to know anymore please see my training page. Please enjoy the photos below.