Awonderful Classic wedding at Foxhills Manor and Golf Club. The groom, ushers and Best man looked stylish in tails, navy ties and white button holses. The bride Danielle wore a heavenly dress that billowed behind her. Her dark hair and attractive features gave her a look of Elizabeth Taylor. Elegant and sophisticated the whole day was perfection. It was a beautiful weather but not too hot so the men could enjoy wearing their suitsCongratulations Mr & Mrs Morson! ‘You can kiss the bride’ Very romantic Father of the bride looks on with a smile and a tear in his eye (far right)
A group shot of all the wedding party in the grounds of Foxhills Manor House overlooking the acclaimed golf course. Cheers!
Oceans Eleven! Respectable gangsters with Foxhills Manor House in the background. Great shot by Elaine Mayson Photography.
Girls rule ok. Fun and games in Foxhills beautiful grounds. Rhododendron’s in full purple glory.
A haze of romance the bride and groom’s fairytale wedding at Foxhills with photography by Elaine Mayson.
Foxhills Golf Club with the wedding breakfast all ready to commence.
What a magnificent day! Laughter the most precious of gifts at Danielle and Scott’s wedding.
Elaine Mayson Photography has a stand at the Landmark Wedding Fair. Come along and visit the Fair you will not be disappointed. You can even come along as a couple because the setting in the Cathedral like building is very romantic. There are also delicious cakes at the cafe! Well worth a visit. Come and see examples of my photographs and some new photo books that are arriving soon. Very special! is that I am giving Complimentary studio engagements shoots if you book one of my Wedding Packages over 6 hours. What a treat.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Chris and Pauline arriving at their venue The Lensbury in Teddington. Elaine Mayson Photography based in Kingston was really enjoying photographing such a happy couple. Pauline and Chris were looking forward to a wonderful day and evening with their guests.
Pauline resplendent in her floaty sparkly bridal dress. She is helped by her beautiful bridesmaids all dressed in blue.
Final touches to the makeup.
Putting on her shoes Pauline’s dress becomes a river of white cascading down to the floor.
All ready. Pauline looking delicious but a little nervous. Don’t worry love is in the air and all will be perfect!
Chris and his best man shake hands outside St Thomas Aquinas in Ham Street, Richmond. A small church but ideally located on Ham green near the pond.
Pauline and her proud father, John pose for a photograph outside the church in front of their splendid vintage car from London Legend.
A special moment as Pauline smiles at her friends and family. John holds back the tears.
Congratulations! They are married. Mr and Mrs Welch take a stroll to their favourite spot on Ham Green.Photographs by the pond. Sadly no grass left but a wonderful drooping willow gives colour to this enchanting spot.
Back to the vintage Rolls Royce with the church behind before making their way to their venue at the Lensbury.
The newly designed garden area at the Lensbury, Teddington with a pond and water feature is the perfect location for family photographs.
Cheers! Everybody happy and having fun.
The room in the Lensbury looks ravishing in blue and white. What a picture! Perfect setting for a lovely meal and entertaining speeches.
Andy is setting up a new web site and wanted warm friendly portraits of himself to sell his business. He knew that I had a small but professional studio in Kingston Upon Thames down the road from his home. A quick phone call secured him a booking at the new special rates. He brought a selection of shirts and jumpers so that he had a chose of colours and style of photographs.
This more relaxed pose with the lovely aqua jumper was certainly my favourite of the shoot. However after fully editing the photographs he had a selection of smart shirt portraits in different colours and different styles for every occasion.
Jo who was making up Andy’s web site loved his photos and decided to give me a ring. We made a booking and she came round with an array of colourful tops. She was looking for a relaxed, smart, radiant portrait. No suits or high heels, no Vintage stylised look. Jo had a very clear idea of the cheerful, vibrant style she wanted me to capture. What a success story!
If you live in the Kingston Upon Thames area then do give me a ring. Sessions last for an hour and you have plenty of time to get just the look and style you want. Also ladies you are provided with vintage hats, scarfs and coats so you have the option to have fun with a style you are not so familiar? I fully edit the photos and provide them to you on a disc.
Jessica and Alan were married in a traditional church service at St Georges College Chapel. A few years earlier I had photographed the wedding of Alan’s sister in the same chapel. A friendly priest took the service in the intimate surroundings of the Chapel. Jessica wore a long beautiful lace dress which showed off her slim elegant figure. No hurting feet for her instead she wore a pair of white sparkly
Jessica’s dress, flowers and foot wear.
Alan’s best man and ushers enter the St Georges College Chapel looking smart in matching suits, ties and shoes.
The bride arrives for the ceremony with a radiant smile. A vintage twist of sepia compliments her lace wedding dress.
Jessica and her father chat to the priest before preparing to walk down the aisle. The two bridesmaids Sarah and Katie bring the bread and wine to the altar.
Jessica and Alan are married and sign the register of marriage on the altar table with the vibrant coloured flowers of orange, peach and white.
A short journey to Foxhills in Surrey for a stylish reception and some romantic photographs in the grounds.
CHEERS! a fun group shot of the wedding party with Foxhills golf course in the background at the reception of Jessica and Alan’s wedding.
Cutting the cake in a quiet moment before all the guests walk across to the Golf club reception room for the wedding Breakfast.
Congratulations to you both!
A beautiful vibrant wedding at Pembroke Lodge. Juliette and Conrad were married in the Belvedere Suite. Then afterwards they strolled over to the porch. The wisteria was at it’s best and therefore a perfect location for photographs for recommended photographer Elaine Mayson. Certainly an iconic photo of this much loved venue in Richmond Park.The groom and ushers and his best man arrived first. Looking good! Let’s get this show on the road.The bride arriving in a beautiful floaty dress. Unconventional but stylish with a flavour of the vintage 1930’s. Abundant white flowers added glamour and wonderful perfume to the ceremony room. Juliette and Conrad kissed sealing their contract. Their family and friends looked on with cheers and smiles.
Signing their register in Pembroke Lodge’s Belvedere Suite. The best man certainly approved.
‘Party Time!’ Lots of singing, dancing and clapping during dinner to an amazing singer. Then the first dance a riot of fun and choreography! What a show!