Gilly and Chris were blessed with the first really hot day of spring for their wedding at Sherborne Castle in Dorset - although I’m sure Gilly would agree that it was probably a little too hot to be wearing a wedding dress! However, the sweltering weather did mean that the beautiful Orangery at Sherborne Castle, where the couple exchanged their vows, was filled with wonderful light – and their guests were able to enjoy the stunning grounds after the ceremony.
As Gilly and Chris’ wedding photographer, I’m pleased to be able to bring you a selection of their wedding photographs. Gilly started her day at The Manor Hotel, Yeovil, where I was in attendance to capture her bridal preparations; and once the ceremony was over, the couple and their guests returned to The Manor for the wedding breakfast and evening celebrations.
In addition to the documentary wedding photography I took on the day, Gilly and Chris had arranged a little fun for their guests and provided a selection of props for their guests to dress up and have fun! I’ve included a couple of these shots too – after all, every wedding should be about laughter as well as love!
It was a wonderfully emotional day, punctuated by many happy tears from both the bride and groom (just check out how many of the images below have tissues with starring roles!). I can honestly say that I’ve never heard a groom’s speech before which was so heartfelt that it had me shedding tears behind my camera, so well done Chris, you’ve made a photographer cry!
We can't recommend Belinda highly enough. The service she offers is second to none from the pre wedding meetings right through to the post wedding consultation; Belinda was friendly and professional throughout. Belinda listened to our every requirement and was completely unobtrusive during our wedding day whilst still capturing the most beautiful images. We are absolutely delighted with our photos and will treasure them forever. If you are looking for a very special wedding photographer, look no further!
Meryken & Pete