Windsor Photography - August 2015 1

Windsor Photography

Danny Feasey Photography Berkshire

Royal Windsor provided a beautiful backdrop for Suki and James’ majestic wedding on a very sunny Saturday in August.

The Harte & Garter Hotel, which is nestled alongside The Queen’s Berkshire home of Windsor Castle, was the venue of the day providing an elegant and regal touch to the celebrations.

The ceremony was intimate, which provided the perfect opportunity to capture some very precious and touching moments between the bride and groom, but also between the happy couple and their respective families.

Billowing balconies set against a bright sunny summer’s afternoon were perfect for the ‘mantelpiece’ shots – capturing their emotion and genuine love for one another and creating some ‘stolen moment’ type photographs away from the celebrations.

The bride’s stunning jewel –encrusted dress and groom’s traditional outfit provided a different dimension to the wedding shots, especially when we braved the Saturday shoppers to take some photos outside the castle on a very plain bench – providing a rich contrast to the photographs.

Congratulations to Suki and James and thank you to everyone in Windsor who stopped for us to capture some of their most treasured moments!

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