Oxford Wedding Photographer – Charlotte and James – Exeter College, Oxford

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Exeter College in Oxford was the location for this wonderful September wedding. Charlotte and James were married in the beautiful College Chapel surrounded by friends and family. The summer weather was perfect, with not a cloud in the sky. The College buildings were a perfect backdrop to capture the events of their wedding day. I don’t often get the chance to be an Oxford Wedding Photographer as the majority of my work is in London. But I was absolutely thrilled to take photographs at this wedding in such a beautiful Oxford College.

I love being an Oxford Wedding Photographer!

Charlotte and James met at Exeter College in Oxford, where they both studied. This made it the perfect venue for this lovely couple. Most of my work photographing weddings, families and musicians is in London but I’m occasionally tempted to travel a bit further afield. When I do Oxford is the perfect place for me as it’s where my in-laws live. This makes it’s a great to excuse to bring the whole family to this lovely part of the world. This way I can combine photography with a bit of quality family time.

Some of my favourite photos from this wonderful wedding

The wedding was perfect from start to finish, there were so many lovely details to the day. One of my favourite images is of the little flower girl wondering whether she dare step on the perfectly manicure lawn or not! Another favourite is the one taken across the lawn of Charlotte arriving for the wedding ceremony with her father, bridesmaids and the flower girl leading the way. I also really like the last image in the blog post where Charlotte throws the bouquet and I managed to catch the catch just at the right moment!

If you’re getting married in Oxford please do get in touch. I’d love to photograph your special day and create some stunning wedding portraits that you will treasure forever.




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