I was very much looking forward to being the Perch wedding photographer for Amy and Greg. The day started at St. Edmunds Hall, a lovely venue that I have worked at previously. Amy was getting ready at the college. It was a beautifulÂ day, to start with, before getting a few showers later in the day. In fact, as Greg and Amy were lighting their candles, there was thunder outside. The weather did not dampen the mood of what was a gorgeousÂ and joyous day. The ceremony was meaningfulÂ with Greg’s dad playing the guitar during the service. It was also great to have Ted, their lovely son witnessing their mum and dad getting married. After the ceremony, a few drinks were served at the college before everyone making their way to The Perch, only about 15 minutes away.
We took the opportunity to walk through Oxford to the place were Amy and Greg were getting a boat to the Perch. It was a nice way for them to make their entrance, arriving in a boat to guests waiting with confetti. The afternoon was very relaxed with guests chatting and children playing. A deliciousÂ meal was served and it was followed by speeches. There was then sometime for the guests to relax and enjoy the outdoors as it stopped raining for a while. The evening entertainment started with Greg’s dad and partner playing an acoustic set, before Greg, also a musician, playing a newly composed song for his wife. It was then time for the band to start playing and the bride and groom have their first dance.
It really was a stunningÂ wedding day, with lots of things happening, lots of really nice moments. Greg and Amy (and Ted) are a greatÂ couple, very relaxed and welcoming and I really had a nice time capturing their wedding day. Below is a short selection of my images from the day, I really hope that you like them! If you are getting married and looking for the Perch wedding photographer (or any other venue for that matter), I would love to hear from you! Please get in touch!