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Henry Moore Wedding Photography

Henry Moore Wedding Photography

It was great to head back to do Henry Moore wedding photography for Julian & Allyson. It was huge celebration with so many family and friends attending. So many I had to have a second photographer to help capture it all! They found me from this Henry Moore wedding photo which is an absolute favourite of mine too.

My favourite part of the day was seeing Julian drive his new bride away to the reception in his family Porsche. I’m a little bit of a car nerd as my wife will verify and his classic family 911 was great to see (and hear!) I don’t like to talk about wedding mishaps, but as this one worked out well I’ll let you in on it! So most modern cars have a facility where you can’t lock the key in the car. Well… you can guess what’s coming. Julian managed to lock the key in the car right before the ceremony. He won’t be the first or last person to do this! But they managed to fish it out of the car through an open window. Crises averted!

Second favourite moment of the day was during the pre dinner wedding speeches. They were great to photograph and a few games of ‘Mr’ or ‘Mrs’ had everyone cracking up!

They got married at Julian’s old school chapel which was pretty special. You can see the Haileybury wedding photography below – it had great light! It was nice to explore a little more of the Henry Moore foundation for wedding photos too. The Barn and Marquee were lovely but the grounds and sculptures made it really unique.

A huge huge thank you for having me to photograph your wedding. From getting ready in the morning to the evening party shots it was so much fun. On with their Henry Moore wedding photography below…

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  1. I know this post is full of so many pretty things but mostly I see the sweet, genuine interaction between the couple and their friends and family. That’s what I love so much about your work!

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