Worcestershire Wedding Photography. Leah and Bens Wedding Day.
Leah and Ben's Worcestershire wedding day was my final wedding to photograph in what has been a very busy season this year.
For some daft reason I decided to try and shoehorn nearly all of my Wedding Photography for the year into an 8 month period ... a decision I will not be making again that's for sure!
When I say that Leah and Bens wedding was a 'Worcestershire wedding', I am not kidding.
I visited 5 different locations during the day, spanning what felt like most of the county. However, whilst the day did involve a lot of travelling about (and a lot of overtaking tractors) I loved every minute of it.
As noted, this was my last wedding of the season and I couldn't of asked for a more enjoyable way to finish things off. Leah and Ben, together with their family and friends were just wonderful to work for.
Furthermore, it was really lovely to photograph another really small and intimate ceremony again. Whilst I love big weddings, there is something special about photographing intimate weddings.
So, I must say congratulations to Leah and Ben, as well as a big thank you for rounding of my season in such wonderful style. I still have a couple more weddings to photograph this year but now I can relax for a while and get round to all of the other jobs that have been piling up over the last eight months!
Here are just a few of their Wedding Photographs...
The venue for Leah and Ben's wedding ceremony was Eckington Manor in Worcestershire. I have worked there before and it is a really well maintained and well run venue. Well worth checking out.
After their marriage ceremony, Leah and Ben moved onto the Jockey Inn for a relaxed meal with their immediate families. Not only was the food REALLY good, but the staff at the Jockey really stepped up for Leah and Ben when it became clear that their wedding cake had not arrived. They made a cake there and then! Really impressive.
Leah and Ben then moved onto the Crown at Hallow to celebrate with family and friends in the Tipi there. I hadn't shot at the Crown before and whilst it did provide some new challenges for me, I loved it! What a stunning venue!
All Images © John Colson. Not for reproduction.