I’ve taken wedding photography so many times at Hampton Manor that it’s beginning to feel like a second home, which is great because it is an absolutely stunning wedding venue in the heart of Warwickshire.
Sarah and Graham had a gorgeous late June day for their marriage. I started at Sarah’s parents house in nearby Solihull to get a few of the morning atmosphere before heading off to the church of St Mary and St Bartholomew which is just a short walk through the grounds of Hampton Manor to reach the main house where the reception was being held. The manor is set in 45 acres of lovely grounds and woodland and has a long history dating back to William the Conqueror with the manor being mentioned in his famous land survey finished in 1086, The Domesday Book. It was also previously owned by the 19th century British prime minster Sir Robert Peel.
Some of the photography highlights for me include the group shots of the groom and groomsmen, very funny and cool. The loads of great portraits of Sarah and Graham, especially the ones in front of the massive tree in the grounds. Also the speeches!! So funny. I just love capturing the reactions of the guests and family at this part of a wedding. Graham had two best men so he was in for twice as much embarrassment than normal.
I hope you enjoy looking through this small selection of the wedding photos from Sarah and Graham’s big day. When finished you can view other weddings from my Real Weddings page (link above) or you can view some of my favourite wedding photographs on my portfolio page.