Good Morning Bloggers,
Today’s wedding is from a Pengelly popular the sublime Hintelsham Hall Ipswich Suffolk; this venue just oozes grandeur. It has the most amazing architecture with some dramatic features both inside and out.
We really love getting to know our brides and grooms, it really is an honour that they have booked us to cover their big day and Farrah and David’s wedding was no exception . How’s this for an interesting fact for today, Farrah is an Apache helicopter mechanic; yes the same ones that are flown by Prince Harry; how brilliant is that!
So for today’s images and kicking off with a really romantic moment as Farrah and David gaze into each others eyes; it has been chosen to demonstrate how important it is that you are really comfortable with your wedding photographer.
This shot would not have been possible but both Sabrina and I like to chat and have fun with our couples and it is this that gives us these wonderful and tender moments.
Image two is a firm favourite; confetti never fails to give us a great photographic opportunity with fluttering petals and many wonderful expressions on the guests’ faces. While we are on the subject of confetti, lots of venues are quite specific about the type of confetti allowed, if any. It is always a good idea to check with the venue before you send out the invitations out so that you can pop a little note in to let your guests know the ‘confetti protocol’.
Image three is a bit of fun and you can’t beat a boy’s toy! This car is very special as David’s dad restored it especially for the wedding and what a beauty.
Our last image for today is a bit of a Pengelly signature image featuring a happy couple, wonderful architecture and lots of lovely leading lines.
Have a brilliant weekend and we have some great news ourselves; our son was playing in the National Schools semi-finals for GCMS in Bedford and his team won 3-1 to reach the finals, it has really made our week.
We would love you to see more of our work and it can be found at Pengelly Photography.
Kevin & Sabrina 🙂