A Wedding with 56 shots of Sambuca at Heaton House
On the 23rd of May I filmed a most marvellous wedding for Adam & Emma. The day was full of little quirks which I loved! For a start the church was so remote even sat nav couldn’t find it which meant it was going to be something special! At the venue itself Adam and Emma had created an old school fair ground of games featuring Bat the rat, a coconut shy, play your cards right and the good ole ball in a bucket game! This entertained the guests for hours and it was hard not to stray from my camera to have a quick go!
The day itself was gorgeous! Emma & Adam were fab on the day, both looking chic and cool and Emma well she just looked Angelic all day with her infectious smile!
After the fun in the field had died down guests where invited to have a shot of black Sambuca at Susan the Flamingo’s shot bar. Following this would be a message for Adam & Emma wishing them well or some form of disgusted face at the shot they had just necked! It was all super fun and went down a treat!
Adam & Emma got married at Heaton House Farm which is a bespoke wedding venue set on the borders of Cheshire and Staffordshire and is the perfect place to host your big day, whether it involves a civil ceremony or a traditional reception following a church wedding, anything goes.
Heaton House Farm is owned and run by Mick, Margaret and their daughter Sarah Heath who is the seventh generation to live there. They, along with their team love to meet couples to discuss their new and fun ideas. you can view their site here! http://www.heatonhousefarm.co.uk
On the day I got to work with the talented Emily and JP from Dotmoxee Photography. We worked in total sync together as our approaches to capturing Weddings is the same, Here’s what they think…
“Your wedding day is a reflection of your love for one another, your personalities; therefore the style of photography has to be personal to you.It’s important that you feel comfortable with your photographer, that you connect with their work and understand what they’re about. For us, it’s about telling the full story. We love seeing the beauty in a moment and believe that the smaller details are just as important. This is why we love photographing weddings.” -Dotmoxee Photography
You can find their work here: http://www.dotmoxee.com