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!
Emma and Phillip’s Wedding Day was full of joy and fun! The rain could not dampen their joie de Vivre. After the Wedding Service in Pembroke Lodge photographs were started in the porch. Suddenly there was a break in the rain and Elaine Mayson of Elaine Mayson Photography managed to take atmospheric photographs of the couple in the grounds of Pembroke Lodge. She also photographed all their group shots outside close to the porch.
‘The day started with Emma and her Mum and bridesmaids getting ready at The Petersham Hotel’ A beautiful room with Bay windows gave soft light onto the preparations.
Photographs in black and white give a timeless feel to this traditional ritual.
Emma’s sisters and Mum were there to help with her dress and her shoes. Anticipation and happiness show in their faces at the beginning of this special day.
The Petersham Hotel in Richmond, Surrey is famous for its regal spiral staircase so a quick photo shoot with the bridal party on the stairs was obligatory.
Dad to the rescue. Rain on your wedding day brings lots of luck so they smiled and enjoyed the moment.
Phillip’s waiting is over and the ceremony is in full swing at Pembroke Lodge in the Belvedere Suite.
The ring is placed on the third finger of the left hand. They are man and wife. ‘You can kiss the bride,’ sealed with a kiss.
The legal signing of the register by Emma and Phillip at Pembroke Lodge. All their guests are there to witness this wonderful event.
The gallant Phillip kisses his bride amongst the daffodils and then carries Emma over the puddles.
Inside Pembroke Lodge a delicious meal was served and then the Bride and Groom cut the sparkling cake.
Ben and Amy were married at St Andrew’s church in Surbiton. Ben arrived early with all his ushers and best men. I caught up with them as they entered the church on that mild late November morning.The bridesmaids arrived next and the excitement mounted in anticipation of the bride’s arrival. Amy wore a glorious vintage style dress with stunning train and a stylish hat with veil.
The couple arrived at Pembroke Lodge and Elaine Mayson one of the venues recommended photographers caught a fun moment. The light was fading but all the family photos had been taken at the church. This meant there was just enough time for Elaine to photograph Amy and Ben in the locations they wanted before entering the warm and welcoming Lodge.