TanYen and Barnaby were married at the goreous Grittleton House. TanYen and her 5 Bridemaids were having the full hair and makeup experience upstairs in the Bridal preparation room, which is just awesome. The ceremony took place in the Orangery. Then we were off to the beautiful Italian garden for pictures. So many gorgeous places for beautiful photography. The Bridesmaids and Gromsmen were up for some fun pictures too ! It was a great wedding day.
Thursday, 13 September 2018
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Taylar and Ryan were married at one of our favourite wedding venues, Grittleton House. It was a Beauty and the Beast themed wedding and the venue looked amazing. Taylar and all of the girls were getting ready in the very special room set aside for Bridal preparation. This room is so beautiful with the most unbelievable ceiling. The wedding ceremony took place in the Orangery, then we were off to the Italian garden for pictures. We even made time for photography on Grittleton House's iconic staircase. Fabulous day !
Posted by Christopher Chard Photography at 06:19
Wednesday, 29 August 2018
Paulene and Arvil were married at the lovely parish church of St. Michael in Melksham. The church was absolutely packed with their family and friends. Our big challenge was to get a big picture with as many of the 250 guests as possible. Luckily I had brought my stepladder and we had a real good effort ! Off we went to the Assembly hall just across town for the reception. So many friendly folk, and what a party !! What a very special wedding day !
Posted by Christopher Chard Photography at 05:06
Tuesday, 7 August 2018
Georgina and Rhys were married at the beautiful parish church of St. Mary's in Calne. An absolutely lovely wedding dayinthe sunshine. The Groom and his groomsmen all wore kilts which made for some great pictures. The reception was at Bowood Hotel and Spa and on route we stopped for some awesome pictures at the Golden Gates at the entrance. All sorts of fun down by the lake. A really wonderful wedding day.
Posted by Christopher Chard Photography at 12:40