On Friday I did this years first proper winter wedding photography at Old Colehurst Manor Shropshire for Kathryn and James. I say ‘proper’ because it had all the elements that you associate with winter wedding photography – the day was wet, the light levels were low, it was quite cold outside and everything took place inside. These are not complaints, it’s how you expect a wedding day to be if you are getting married in the winter in the UK and I really like it. Everything has great atmosphere and you can instantly tell the time of year. If you get a bright day and people get the opportunity to take themselves outside then all the better but I never expect that.
Friday’s winter wedding photography at Old Colehurst Manor Shropshire was initially eventful but I think that all added to the unique and exciting nature of the day. I arrived at 11am to be informed that due to the storms the previous night there had been a power cut and everything was delayed by an hour. This meant the Kathryn had decided to get ready elsewhere and would be across just to change into her dress – after what was a bit of a blow to her plans I admire the fact that she rallied took everything in her stride. All the rearrangements were made and everyone directed to the bar as they arrived – log fires were blazing so I don’t think the wait bothered a soul.
Here’s a brief sneak peek of the day and I really look forward to editing everything else next week so that Kathryn and James get their photography before Christmas.