As reportage wedding photographer Brympton House, in Somerset is a dream venue to photograph. It is simply stunning, both inside and out. It has over thirty acres of well-tended gardens and lakes, a chapel, an orangery and the longest oak staircase in the whole of England.
Stephen and Sharanjit booked me to document their wedding around eighteen months ago. The wedding itself was flawless, with everyone having a great time. There was a lot of cultural aspects to the wedding as Sharanjit is Asian. Having photographed Asian weddings in the past I am familiar with some of the garments and the rituals involved.
The weather on this glorious day in June was stunning and all the guests could enjoy the beautiful terrace, gardens and lakes. A wonderful Asian dinner and some very humourous moments during the speeches led into the early evening where the guests retreated to the orangery. Sharanjit, enjoying every aspect of the wedding day did not disappoint with her bridal bouquet throw into arms of the waiting ladies. A momentous wedding cake, the likes of which I’ve never seen before was duly cut before the shapes started to be thrown on the dance floor.
As I left, I could hear Stephen, Sharanjit and their friends and family starting to really enjoy the party.
Once they had received their wedding gallery, I received a lovely card of thanks with some very kind words:
These are beautiful Kevin. You have captured the day perfectly. Thank you so much. Steve and I will treasure these forever. xxx
As always a small selection of my favourite wedding photographs from the day: