I can consider Wedding season 2019 officially open. This year’s first wedding took place in a historical building on a 27-acre country estate in Wroxall. I was so delighted when Rosey and Michael asked me to be their wedding photographer. I was recommended by one of the couples I photographed back in 2017. The newly engaged couple saw the wedding album I designed and they have fallen in love in my natural photography style. Nothing makes a photographer happier than a recommendation! It was the first time I had the pleasure to be the wedding photographer at Wroxall Abbey. Victorian mansion is just beautiful and makes the ideal setting for stunning photographs, I simply couldn’t wait.
“We’ve just finished looking through them all and picking our favourites. They are absolutely beautiful, I went through all the emotions over again seeing them. You are a very talented man! I can’t thank you enough for capturing our wonderful day so naturally. ” – Rosey & Michael
If you are getting married in February, the weather might be a challenge but this year it was really warm and sunny. Rosey and Michael were lucky as on their wedding day, we had some sunny spells mixed with the dramatic clouds which where perfect for wedding photography at Wroxall Abbey. We managed to go outside for a confetti shoot, some classic family photos and romantic portraits. I wasn’t aware that newlyweds already had some experience in posing for a camera. They where brilliant. Their wedding theme had lots of cool Pokemon accents. It was a super fun and a pleasure to be their Wroxall Abbey wedding photographer. Thank you for having me!
“What a fantastic day we had. Peter made us all feel so comfortable and the photos have come back to us promptly. Absolutely beautiful and so natural”.
Wroxall Abbey wedding photography by Peter Oliver