Wedding in Oxford

Wedding in Oxford // Kate & Mark

This wedding in Oxford was great fun… having already met the bride & broom when I photographed Rhona & Nick’s Wedding at Chiddingstone Castle, Kate & Mark already knew the kind of photography they were looking for on their wedding day; unobtrusive and relaxed documentary wedding photography. This kid of photography allows the couple and the guests to enjoy themselves without posing for photos, and gives them wonderful moments to look back on. I must mention that the vicar on the day was the nicest I have met yet, while highlighting the importance and commitment of marriage, he maintained a great sense of humour, finding time during the service to lighten the mood a little with a few Paddy and Murphy tales (his Father was a professional wedding photographer) from his childhood growing up in Ireland when he recalled being dragged to weddings every weekend helping to carry all the heavy equipment that was necessary then. He therefore also appreciated the importance of wedding photography during a church service and let me get on with it. If only all vicars were like him!

With great company, fine food and a fantastic band to see us through the night, I am sure like me, everyone had a great time at this village wedding in rural Oxford.

By Stephen Bunn

Award Winning wedding photographer working throughout London and the UK. Specialising in Documentary Wedding Photography.