Bridal portraits are a fantastic way to add some more creative images to complement your wedding day coverage. Some of our couples choose to do it on the day and when your timeline allows, this is more than possible. But if the timeline goes wrong and there are delays or if you feel that the time to create your bridal portraits on the day is just not possible without taking your away from your guests for too long, then a post-wedding bridal shoot is great chance to add some different images to your album without the pressures of the day to create some truly unique portraits.
Mellody & Stuart had their wedding in Windsor and their wedding reception was at the fantastic Hedsor House, so their wedding day was very much a manor house style wedding. Their engagement photo session was in London, so a very urban setting. We arranged a trip to the Peak District in order to capture some bridal portraits for these guys to complement their already growing collection of images.
The weather wasn’t the greatest, but the closed-in weather gave me the chance to capture some moody images with more muted tones than we usually shoot. Please take a look and tell us what you think.
The bridal portraits that we created for Mellody & Stuart in the Lake District are quite different to our normal contrasty urban photos, but I’m sure you will agree that they are just as dramatic and that is something we aim for when creating artwork for our clients. My hope is that Mellody & Stuart choose one or two of these images to go in their album and compliment their wedding pictures and choose one of them for a large print for their home.
If you would like to arrange a bridal portrait session with us as part of your wedding collection, even if you had another wedding photographer for your wedding but you love our style, I would love to hear from you and discuss how we can help you get some amazing images