Chiswick House wedding photographer
I was honoured to be asked to be the Chiswick House wedding photographer for Neema and Jermaine’s wedding. Chiswick house is a gorgeous venue, just on the outskirts of London. The day, started nearby at the Urban villas where I captured a few shots of the boys getting ready before I headed to capture a few shots of the girls getting ready. The mood was relaxed and fun in both camps. Everyone was busy getting ready and looking forward to the day. The bride and groom had prepared their day very well and they were very excited about it!
Everything was local and the wedding ceremony took place at the Barn Church in Kew, only a few minutes drive away. It was a lovely service, personal to the bride and groom and full of joy. After the service, Neema and Jermaine left for the venue where we took a few portraits before they went to get changed into their evening outfits.
An evening reception to remember
The time at which the bride and groom returned to Chiswick House coincided with the time at which tourists had left the house and we were able to take a couple of images in this iconic building. It was then time for the bride and groom to make a lovely entrance before sitting down for speeches and their wedding breakfast. There were quite a few speeches but they were very meaningful and it was lovely to see how everyone cared so much for them. It was also nice to learn a little bit more about Neema and Jermaine. Both were really great to work for on the day, they are a lovely, caring and thoughtful couple and it was a great pleasure to document their day.
Below is a selection of my favourites images from their day. In my blog posts, I try to keep to keep it to only a small set of images and it was quite difficult to keep it to that number as there were so many things happening on the day. I really hope that you enjoy this set and I would love to hear your feedback and comments at the end of this post. If you are looking for a Chiswick House wedding photographer (or any other location for that matter), I would love to hear from you, please get in touch via the contact page. Thanks for reading!