Sandhurst Royal Military Academy Wedding Photography
Sandhurst Royal Military Academy Wedding Photography.
When Michelle and Keith invited me to photograph their wedding, I must admit I was a little more excited than I usually get.
Michelle and her bridal party had great fun while getting dressed, made-up, and styled.
The bride’s Irregular Choice shoes were worthy of their very own photoshoot.
I also had time to photograph Michelle and Keith’s beautiful dog, who also had a starring role in their engagement shoot at Alice Holt Park.
As a serving soldier, Keith was eligible to marry the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, so the couple held their wedding ceremony at the Royal Memorial Chapel.
The spirit of the day was “union”. Guests were greeted with a sign that read ‘Today 2 families become 1.
Pick a seat, not a side’. I loved that gesture as the traditional seating arrangement can make it feel more like a football match than a celebration.
The balcony at the front of the chapel gave me the perfect vantage point to take some aerial photographs of the traditional Christian ceremony.
After the ceremony the bride and groom left the chapel and passed through a guard of honour created by Keith’s army colleagues and friends, to be bombarded by bubble (instead of confetti).
Before the guests sat down for the wedding breakfast, I had plenty of time to photograph friends and family beneath the pillared portico.
The time we spent together during the engagement shoot made taking formal photographs with Michelle and Keith much easier.
The day at Alice Holt Park gave us the opportunity for me to understand what they liked, and we felt the benefit of that on their wedding day.
The wedding cake was woodland-inspired, and of course, featured their dog. The rustic theme continued throughout the marquee with the table decorations and seating plan.
The bride and groom had their first dance under a starlit sky-effect canopy.
Thank you to Sarah, who ably assisted me during this wedding.
This Sandhurst Royal Military Academy Wedding Photography was truly memorable.
Thanks to Michelle and Keith for asking me to join them on their wedding day, and I wish them every happiness in the future.
Surrey Wedding Photographer