Bride and groom together by the fields

“Wow!

Words cannot express enough just how amazed we truly are with our wedding photos.

We knew from looking at your portfolio that you were the photographer for us; simply because of your style and sheer top quality of your images and your attention to detail and you didn’t disappoint!!

We cannot thank you enough for these they are so beautiful and you have captured the whole vibe and atmosphere of the day perfectly. “

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Bordesley Park Farm Wedding Venue

I’ve been looking forward to attending and inevitably sharing this Bordesley Park Farm wedding for some time since I shot it in April, as I knew I was in for a treat with this new venue that I recently came across.

Bordesley Park Farm in Beoley Vale, Worcestershire is an exclusive wedding venue surrounded by 500 acres of beautiful countryside giving the perfect backdrop for a wonderful wedding. They have a converted oak-beamed barn for civil ceremonies, seating up to 125. Plus they have a large marquee seating 200 guests over looking the countryside.

I loved all the little areas for guests to explore and wander around, which made for great informal documentary images, as you’ll see below. This included a garden swing called a Princess Swing and a sunken trampoline. As you can image, children and adults couldn’t get enough!

What added to the beauty of this day was the weather. It was a glorious sunny day from the start to the end, which I loved capturing, especially during the golden hour.

Jamie and Lizzie’s Wedding Day in Brief

You may remember Jamie and Lizzie from their pre-wedding shoot, which went so well, despite Jamie saying he hated being photographed. Below you’ll see he did well again! This is the advantage of hiring a documentary wedding photographer who desn’t take over the day with endless posing. Instead I want you to be yourself, relaxed and as far as possible unaware of being photographed, while I, for the most part, naturally capture your day as a silent observer.

As usual, the day started with the bridal preps in the morning, I then left ahead of Lizzie to get Jamie at the wedding venue greeting his guests and waiting for his bride. Then I captured all the different angles and happenings throughout the day until the end after the sun had set.

I hope you enjoy viewing their images as much as I enjoyed shooting this wedding.

 

Planning a Bordesley Park Farm Wedding?

If you’re planning your Bordesley Park Farm wedding and would love to have your day captured in a relaxed, natural and non-stuffy manner, I’d love to be involved. Feel free to contact me.

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What Is a Documentary Wedding Photographer?

This is an often asked question. In simple terms it means being an observer and recorder of your wedding, with little interference. If you’re familiar with Star Trek, think of it in terms of The Temporal Prime Directive: To visit, to watch, not to interfer and to bring back a record.

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