An American Wedding At Warwick Castle

September 17, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

I was thrilled when Kristen ( a US Senator's daughter no less) contacted me from the US. They were flying over from the States with a select number of guests to attend their fantastic fairytale wedding.

For this special occasion, the Castle allowed the use of the chapel for their blessing which added to the intimate and uniqueness of the wedding.

I joined Kristen in the The Rose Suite of Caesars Tower to cover the bridal preps and details shots, before heading down to the Chapel to meet up with John.

Lighting is always tricky in the castle but my beautiful wife was assisting me for the day which always makes for a fun wedding.

After the ceremony we headed outside to make the most of the fading light and grab as many shots around the Castle before the guests headed to the state dining room where a 5 course dinner was served under candlelight.

We quickly shot out in between courses to grab a few atmospheric images around the spooky castle (it was seriously dark), before I left them to enjoy their evening.

I hope you enjoy looking at the pictures. 

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