I was very excited to be the Blenheim Palace wedding photographer for the marriage of Saira and Tim. I had met them slightly over a year before their wedding at my studio. They came across as a lovely, happy and excited couple. They were planning for an elegant, yet relaxed wedding day. They chose to get married on the day of the Blenheim Palace Proms as there are usually fireworks at the end of the night.
The day started with me taking a few shots of Saira getting ready in Oxford. I then drove to Blenheim Palace. The wedding itself took place at the church by the Palace gate. A beautiful service with a very friendly priest. After the ceremony we went to the Orangery at Blenheim Palace where the rest of the day took place.
I sometimes get asked what a “perfect wedding day” looks like or what is the “best wedding I have photographed”. The honest truth is that I haven’t got a perfect answer for this. Many weddings are “perfect” and fantastic because they are what couples were looking for. Some weddings take place in grand settings, some wedding have fantastic weather, some weddings have lots of things happening, some have great colours, etc… I think that this wedding was perfect for Saira and Tim as it really combined all the different elements that they were looking for. It is difficult to beat Blenheim Palace on a sunny day in terms of visual impact. But as usual, it is the people, the friendship, the family love that makes a wedding day special. Everybody was having a fab time, enjoying the venue, the food, the entertainment put in place. Saira and Tim are a lovely couple who are genuinely caring and I really enjoyed capturing these wonderful memories for them
Below are some of my favourite images from their wedding day. It is a small selection of a fantastic day, I hope that you really enjoy them. I would love to hear from you at the end of this post, please feel free to leaveÂ me a comment, If you are looking for a Blenheim palace wedding photographer (or for any other venue for that matter) please feel free to get in touch to discuss further.