Wedding fairs are one of my favourite ways to meet couples, and last month while at one, I got chatting with Kelly and Richard.
After viewing my work and discussing their plans for their wedding day, they opted to book an engagement session, in order to further learn about my style of photography and how we could work together on their big day. Wedding planning can be a stressful time and it’s easy to forget to celebrate just being engaged, so this is a great way to mark a memorable time together.
Photos are important to the couple, who really want to capture the essence of their wedding day, so an engagement session was a great choice, and is perfect for couples who place a high importance on wedding photography.
Although spring is fast approaching, the weather has been unpredictable to say the least, but thankfully we lucked out. With a light drizzle present that morning, which threatened to continue, it fortunately held off, presenting us with the opportunity to capture some beautiful photos in dry surroundings.
Hylands House is a firm favourite of both mine and the couple so we headed here for their engagement session, working our way around the garden and making use of the various picturesque locations. The garden is starting to bloom after winter, so it was exciting to see promising pops of colour again.
The happy couple proved to be naturals in front of the camera so I have no doubt that capturing their wedding day photos will be effortless. Their plans for their wedding at Chelmsford Museum sound amazing and I am very much looking forward to photographing their special day.