Compleat Angler Marlow Wedding Photography
Intimate weddings are truly ma favorite ones. Ela and Marcin planned even a smaller and more intimate event but its hard to to not invite your parents and closest friends to your own wedding. But I think a group of 9 made just a perfect number. Some couples appreciate the benefits of having a hassle free small Big Day :))) It was so lovely to be around, with smaller weddings I believe I always get to fell the emotions of the event and the vibe of it more intensely. Fell more like a part of it. But on the other hand it is more difficult to be invisible when photographing such small parties.
When Ela and Marcin planned their March wedding at the Compleat Angler Hotel in Marlow, they had in mind more like a spring wedding. Ela purchased a stunning backless dress for the ocassion. But to our surprise we had a snow on the day. March was one crazy month weather wise for sure. But I always say it is not the venue or the weather that make the Wedding Day , although I really loved the stylish Venue – the Compleat Angler Hotel in Marlow, but the people. And as the couple and guests moods were super good I bet you can feel the warmth beating out of the photos rather than the coldness of the snow and the wind. Would you ever guess how cold it was on the day by looking at the photos below ? Well, maybe the two first photos and the flying snow flakes could be an indication. I wish I had a photo of myself to show you. Hat, scarf, winter jacket with my hood on. Bride and Groom did fantastic. I thank them again for braving the “adverse weather conditions”. I am very , very happy with the couple shot. Almost forgot to mention being photo bombed by the couple siblings during the wedding photo session. This was a fun bit for sure.
It was a beautiful day and I wish to shoot more of this type of intimate weddings in the future whether it will be in the Compleat Angler Marlow Wedding Photography or elsewhere. Please get in touch if you are looking for documentary wedding photographer in London, UK or oversees. Get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07960094964 or by filling in the contact form – click here.