Gaynes Park Wedding Photography – Natalie & Jason

Gaynes Park Wedding Photography – Natalie & Jason

 

Back in May I worked at my favourite venue – Gaynes Park in Epping. Gaynes Park is a beautiful venue tucked away in the countryside surrounded by sheep, fields and if the sky is clear enough – the London skyline!  

The day itself was a wedding photographers dream – warm, but not too warm and sunny with some clouds to give us some shade for portraits when it was needed (ps. bright sun is often our worst nightmare with shadows and positioning, aaahhh). 

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Both Natalie and Jason got ready at Gaynes Park – Natalie was in the cottage and Jason was in the new accommodation round the back of the venue. When I first walked into the bridal suite (the cottage at the front) I was amazed how calm and collected it was – Natalie was having her hair done by the lovely Boe from Botias, and her bridesmaids were casually sipping on champagne and finishing their breakfast. 

Sophie was busying herself capturing images of the venue waiting for Jason (as you can see from the groom prep images, Jason was given a watch – one that he was very pleased with!). 

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Luckily, the rain held off  for the whole day (although it did look threatening), so we did couple portraits bit by bit to ensure we got some in case the heavens opened. Whilst everyone was getting ready for the confetti we did a few to give the couple chance to spend some time together. Luckily, the rain held off  for the whole day (although it did look threatening), so we did couple portraits bit by bit to ensure we got some in case the heavens opened. Whilst everyone was getting ready for the confetti we did a few to give the couple chance to spend some time together.
 

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After the formal portraits, we whisked the couple away again to do some more photographs. By this point Jason had warmed up and couldn’t get enough of the posing (which was the same for the group portraits – I lost count of how many times he said ‘oh just one more!’ hehe). 

Gaynes Park is such an easy venue to work at – there are countless beautiful locations you can utilise and lots of space to make the most of lighting for group portraits. I always recommend breaking up the group photographs and couple portraits to my couples and bringing in other locations to add more dimension to your final gallery. After the speeches we took a slow stroll with the couple and the videographers to the entrance, which as you can see, proved to be a beautiful last spot for some romantic portraits. 

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