When I met Max and Chloe earlier this year and Max told me about his life in car racing and Chloe for her love of art, I had a feeling it was going to be a great wedding, but I could’t have imagined how amazing the day would turn out to be, or how many stops Max would pull out the bag… With the heart-felt ceremony completed in the stunning grounds of the now famous ‘Four weddings and a funeral’ church deep in the Surrey countryside, we headed back to Max’s spectacular family home, but not before Max had delivered Chloe’s wedding present to her outside the church… the epic vintage Mercedes convertible you’ll see in the images. Note to self; this went down extraordinarily well!
As the sun came out we enjoyed drinks on the lawn before a spectacular dinner in the marquee, built over the outdoor ponds behind the house. I always feel that laughter is the most important aspect within wedding photos and we were in no shortage on the day, with some of the most hilarious speeches I’ve ever heard. The gods were smiling and as the sun set, I snuck M&C away from their desert for some romantic and super arty sun flare shots at sunset. The results are some my all time favourite wedding images and I hope you enjoy the blog as much I do.