Wednesday, 31 December 2014

KINGS CHAPEL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Selena and Anthony were blessed with a beautiful blue sky day for their December wedding at the Kings Chapel in Old Amersham.

This stunning new wedding ceremony and reception venue was created from the original 18th Century Methodist chapel in the town's old high street. The transformation is amazing, and the owners have retained many of the original period features whilst combining a more modern twist to bring the building into the 21st Century.

The civil ceremony took place on the mezannine balcony within the chapel, and from here the guests were able to enjoy great views of the ceremony and the chapel's grand pulpit and interiors. During the ceremony the winter sunlight streamed through the large arched windows and the domed ceiling's cupola bathing the inner chapel in beautiful golden light!

Selena and Anthony's wedding day was filled with happiness and laughter from start to finish; their guests were most definately in party mode once the celebration drinks started to flow.

The grass was frozen under foot for the group pictures after the ceremony, but the blue skies made the conditions so enjoyable, I just had to work as fast as I possibly could - the results were really worth it as the setting and lighting was gorgeous!

Old Amersham's medieval High Street provided great options too, and after the meal I captured a few pictures of the newlyweds inside the red brick 17th Century Market Hall. Selena & Anthony needed a little bit of encouragement on my part as it was now a few degrees below zero!

Selena and Anthony were so appreciative of my work on the day; the very next day they sent me a kind text message:

Hi Mark, We just wanted to say thank you for all of your support and patience yesterday. Loads of people made comments about how good you were, and we're glad you enticed us outside for the floodlit shots. Selena & Anthony

I attended several Christmas weddings over last couple of the weeks, so keep checking for new blog postings.

Wishing you all a Happy New Year!
Mark