Birtsmorton Court wedding photography from Kieren and Georgina’s wedding in September 2010.
As far as good wedding dates go, September 3rd is most definitely one to lay claim on. Why, well this is my wedding anniversary and having obsessively checked the weather on this specific date over the past 8 years, I concluded one thing. In that time it’s only ever rained once on that date, and in general the weather has been amazing. So, if you’re deliberating about what date to set your wedding for, the first week of September is the one to go for!
I’ve been to Birtsmorton Court on many occasions before so know how the wedding days typically pan out. But for Keiren and Georgina’s wedding they had planned to have their speeches outdoors in the white garden, rather than the norm of during thier wedding breakfast. I love all aspects of a wedding day and to have speeches outside is a definite plus (loads of light, great options to move about for photography etc etc). However, what I hadn’t considered was how warm it was and the fact I’d bake out on the mid day sun – ahh well, sometime you win, sometimes you loose!
Anyhow, without further ado enjoy checking out some Birtsmorton Court wedding photography from their special day.
This is the main house at Birtsmorton Court with the Great Hall (where civil ceremonies are held) towards the rear of this photo. If you wish to read more about Birtsmorton Court wedding venue then here are my thoughts on the place, with further links to other posts of interest.
Georgina makes some great faces :-)
Yep – more great faces.
Birtsmorton Court courtyard – try saying that later in the evening after a few drinks!
Love this photo of Kieren checking the time Georgina arrived……..late.
Is it just me or does anyone else think the wedding guests in the middle looks a little like Fearne Cotton?
What a great setting for your wedding speeches hey? You can now have an outdoor wedding ceremony in the White Garden at Birtsmorton Court too.
I love guest reactions during speeches.
The garden with some soft late autumnal light are the perfect back drop for a few couple portraits.
What a fab wedding bouquet – could it be any whiter?