Title – Danielle and Roberts Wedding at Fanhams Hall
Wedding – 27th September 2019.
Bride – Danielle Duncan.
Groom – Robert Ross.
Bridesmaids and Flowergirls – Georgia, Honey, Frankie and Bowe.
Groomsmen and Pageboys – Charlie and Jack.
Venue – Fanhams Hall.
Danielle contacted me fairly last minute to see if I was available to photograph their big day. I was really pleased when I saw I was available as we had a lovely chat on the phone and hit it off. When the executive chef at the venue recommends you to a client you know your doing something right…Thank you to Paul.
I loved every minute of this wedding, even running out in the rain to get a shot to show how hard it came down at one point, meaning I got soaked in the process.
Danielle and Robert had a small intimate wedding held in the Oak Room at Fanhams Hall. This is a beautiful wood panelled room that has been used for filming in television shows such as Eastenders.
The weather was dry so we quickly shot outside and got some pictures in the formal gardens. After a short rainfall we headed back out on the golf buggy with the Fanhams team and got right down into the heart of the gardens.
I used the japanese formal gardens, courtyard and terrace for the main shots and then headed in for a few pictures before the couple sat down for with their guests for the meal.
Danielle and Robert, thank you for choosing me to photograph your beautiful wedding. It was lovely to meet all the family and particularly Nicola my new apprentice hahaha. JP x
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Photographer – John Paul from John Paul ODonnell Photography
Make Up – Bonnie Boon.
Hair – Carrie.
Venue – Oak Room at Fanhams Hall Hotel.
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