Henley and I headed off to Cambridge for the wedding of Dominique and Ed. Although meeting the couple beforehand, it was the first time we had been to Cambridge, and were practically salivating at seeing the beautiful college buildings, gardens and architecture as the whole town is steeped in so much history.
Dominique is a pastoral assistant at a London church so the ceremony was a poignant nuptial mass in the chapel of Christ’s College. Ed used to be part of the college choir so it was lovely to have his friends sing during the ceremony. All the clergy were dear friends of Dominiques, and it is without doubt, the most beautiful and personal church service I’ve witnessed especially as everything was so personal to the couple.
After the ceremony had ended we walked through the gorgeous college gardens and the streets of Cambridge for the evening reception at The Michaelhouse Cafe which is set in St Michaels Church in the heart of the city.
The couple met in Cambridge, so we wanted to not only capture their personalities in the couple photos, but also the surroundings which were so important and personal to them.
Dominique had hired Mintyslippers to shoot her wedding video so it was great to catch up with Danny and Julie who we have known for a few years and are both always fantastic and professional to work with.
“Oh my goodness – we have literally just picked it up from the post office (I am in the car park now!) The cd is so beautiful – that photo is just GORGEOUS. There are not words to say how amazing the photographs are. We are beyond happy. My parents watched the slideshow and I was on the phone while she was in tears because they are so special.
We will cherish your photographs for ever. (I will send you a photo of our wall when we put them up!!)
Thank you SOOOO much,
Dominique & Ed xxxx”