Catherine & Michael – Christmas Wedding

December 23, 2009

December 12th was a cold, crisp day, but the sun shone down on Catherine & Michael as they became husband & wife.

Their beautiful ceremony took place in the grand surroundings of The Guild Hall, Windsor.
Afterwards, Catherine & Michael made the decision to have some quiet time together, and a chance to have some portraits taken of just the two of them. It was a lovely thing to do – to take time out after the ceremony to just be alone, but also a great opportunity to shoot in a different location. They chose the Eton Rowing Lake as the backdrop, which made for some stunning & dramatic portraits with the heavy skies and friendly swan who decided to join us!

The wedding celebrations took place at the Burnham Conference Centre, where the guests feasted on Sausages & Mash – the ideal comfort food for this chilly December day! I have to say that both Catherine & Michael were troopers in the cold weather & did a brilliant job of looking warm in their photos!

Thank you both for choosing me to document your special day, Catherine – I know you can’t wait to see your pictures, so I will stop rambling – here are some of my faves…

Catherine had the most awesome blingin shoes…



And some gorgeous Vivienne Westwood accessories!



Simply stunning…



The Guild Hall, Windsor…





I hope you have both enjoyed your sneak peek – the rest will follow shortly!
Love Kelly x

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One Response to “Catherine & Michael – Christmas Wedding”

  1. Sid Poper said

    I usually don’t post in Blogs but your blog forced me to, amazing work.. beautiful …

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