Rebecca & Chris’ Fulham Palace Wedding by
Creative Wedding Photographer Gloucestershire
Today I’m sharing the classic and stylish Summer wedding of Rebecca & Chris at Fulham Palace in London. Rebecca looked effortlessly elegant, reminding me of a certain royal wedding. One great thing about this crazy summer heat wave is that we’re being blessed with so many amazing golden hours.
The Golden hour is my absolute favourite time of day to capture couples portraits. Not only do you get the most amazing light, but it means you can relax and enjoy your wedding day. Whereas having your couples portraits straight after the family groups, runs the risk of you getting a bit fed up of being in front of the camera. Not at all what we want! And by the time early evening comes around, you’re likely going to be super grateful to have a few moments alone together. It’s amazing how busy you are with your guests and how little you end up seeing of each other on your wedding day.
Want to know how to schedule your day to get the best light and best natural wedding photography possible, check out my blog. How to plan your wedding schedule here.
A special thank you to my amazing associate shooter Sarah for her help on this wedding.
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Wedding Supplier Credits
Venue is Fulham Palace
Cake by Enchanted Tree Bakery, London
Bridal Hair by Headmasters
Wedding dress from Breketex
Florist is Wildwood London