The Turkey Mill in Maidstone is a charming venue and lends itself beautifully to produce some great wedding photography. Avid Photographic offered the very best in service to Lee and Katherine's wedding. Creating a fully bound Storybook to record their wedding day.
The stunning bride looked gorgeous and really took to having herself photographed.
Lee the groom did not stop smiling the hole day and understandably with the banter his bestman and ushers provided.
The Orangery at the Turkey Mill is a light airy room allowing for plenty of natural light to shine through offering a relaxed and informal approach when capturing photographs during the ceremony.
The Orangery is a photographers paradise, with unlimited settings and locations to chose from.Back to top
The beautiful Hanbury Manor provided the perfect venue for Michelle and Drew's Wedding. Unfortunately the weather did not cooperate and everything had to be photographed within the Garden Court surroundings due to rain. This did not hamper the bride from looking absolutely radiant.
The Groom opted for two bestmen who kept the Groom in toe and helped Drew to chill before the main event started.
The staircase and balcony within the Garden Court provided ideal locations for Michelle and Drew to have photographs captured in a relaxed and informal manner.Back to top
As it was so cold outside the bride opted for informal photographs captured in side her parents house, before leaving for church.
Neil on the other hand chose to leave from the pub opposite the church and arrive in plenty of time for shots with his bestman and ushers.
St James church is a beautiful setting for any ceremony and provides great opportunity to capture some intermit photographs.
As the weather conditions played there part the family photographs were taken in the lovely setting by the fireplace, but we did get a moment of bright sunshine to capture the large group photographs and confetti throwing shots.
Avid Photographic were recently commissioned to photograph Neil & Julie's wedding on a beautiful and warm autumnal day in late October, at Gaynes Park. The venue at this time of year lends itself to an array of golden colours, which were captured to take advantage of the unique locations Gaynes Park has to offer.
The bride prepared herself at the Apple Loft which is a small cottage beside the great barn, which allowed for some intimate photographs of Julie getting ready.
The emotional ceremony took place in The Orangery, ideal for Civil Ceremonies. As guests looked on both Neil & Julie shed a tear as the ceremony unfolded. After the ceremony a now relaxed couple enjoyed having photographs taken against the many backdrops Gaynes Park has to offer.
As the sun shone down the autumn leaves made an lovely canvas for many backdrop settings.
The afternoon wedding breakfast went well and true to form Neil provided some great highlights during his speech, much to Julie's embarrassment. With the speech out of the way the party began.
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Avid Photographic provided a bespoke wedding photography service for Lisa & Mark's wedding at Mulberry House in Ongar. The weather was just perfect for what we wanted to capture and not to hot for a summer wedding.
The interior of Mulberry House lends itself to a classic pre-wedding shoot which is exactly what Lisa wanted.
The lighting allowed for perfectly exposed natural light shots eliminating the need for flash.
The wedding was held at St. Mary and All Saints at Lambourne, near Albridge, Essex. Its beautiful surrounding offered many opportunities and with such good weather, provided ideal lighting inside church during the ceremony.
The ceremony was lovely and emotions controlled, as the couple began to relax and enjoy their wedding day.
Before heading back to Mulberry House, the use of the adjacent wheat field had to be incorporated in to the wedding shoot before departing from the church.
Before leaving the church a few shoot captured with the wedding car.
The bridge at Mulberry House is often a feature used to capture wedding photos and right on cue the resident black swans appeared to join in on being photographed.
A cheeky shot of the pageboy who had been tormenting two of the bridesmaids, but as the girls caught up with him, he offered this fine pose, which captured the essence of the day.
The grounds of Mulberry House offers ample opportunities for any Bride and Groom,, especially with a photographer with a keen eye.
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The bride wanted her storybook of photographs to start at the brides home and to include all her bridesmaids.
The picturesque little church allowed for several intermit wedding photographs.
The sun shone throughout the day and allowed for an extensive wedding coverage to be captured and photographed, to catalogue the whole wedding day.
As we moved on to the wedding reception the heat of the sun took everyone by surprise and the groom had to dispense with his jacket, which allowed a more informal set of wedding pictures.
Avid Photographic captured the photographs of Chris & Sara's wedding day. The day started at the brides parents house in Ware, capturing a few memento shots before moving on to St Mary's Church, Ware.
The weather was perfect throughout the day the couple wanted a mix of shots taken at the church and reception venue.
Arriving at Gaynes Park, the reception location offered an attractive array of locations to choose from to take everything the couple wanted, even though family and guests we held up in severe traffic problems.
We were able to capture the brides radiant composure, which meant the couple were able to order a stunning storybook and view the fond memories of there wedding day.