By Paul Rogers
As a quintessential English country wedding, this Oxfordshire wedding had it all. Though Ros and Miles planned this wedding from Bermuda where they live, the Oxfordshire countryside was the setting, starting with Miles and the guys meeting for a pre-ceremony slap up lunch at a country pub. Meanwhile Ros was getting ready at her Mothers house, where a garden marquee would host the evening party later.
The local village church was a great setting for the wedding ceremony, and despite the unseasonably cooler temperature, a few of the Bermudian guests were sporting the Islands famous shorts. After the ceremony everyone made their way over to the marquee where the party began with drinks and canapés before some thoroughly entertaining speeches before dinner. There was a lot of fun and laughter at this wedding, and the setting and the guests gave us endless opportunities for some lovely documentary wedding photography.
I was fortunate enough to have the wonderful Alex Wilson shooting alongside me for this wedding, which gave us great scope for a couple of angles during the ceremony as well as continuing the documentary coverage during the formal family photos and portraits.
Why not check out the highlights slide show.
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