A chat over coffee confirmed that Lisa was the woman for us!
Not only was she absolutely lovely and completely on our wavelength, she’s also got a pretty cool list of previous clients. I bet not everyone can say their wedding photographer has worked with a load of Hollywood celebs!
So we were pretty certain she knew what she was doing!
On the day itself Lisa was fantastic. She totally put us and our guests at ease, and half the time we didn’t even know she was there.
The end result was stunning.
In a word, Lisa absolutely nailed it.
Oh, this beautiful wedding!
I’ve been holding off a little as I wanted to do it justice. I’ve written about 4 posts to introduce these photos and none of my words give this amazingly beautiful wedding the fine introduction it deserves.
Two of the most lovely people got married at one of the most beautiful venues in one of the most scenic parts of the country and I got to take photos as it all unfolded.
I met Jason and Charlotte at The Designer Vintage Bridal Show and from the moment they started telling me about their day, I wanted to tie them to my stand and only let them leave once they’d signed the contract!
Charlotte saw Axnoller House before she and Jason met so as soon as he proposed she knew there was only one place to tie the knot. This stunning boutique wedding venue was the setting for a weekend long party with their nearest and dearest. Where better to hide away, party in hot tubs, eat, drink and get very, very merry than this beautiful little bolt-hole in the Dorset countryside?
There were tears, there was laughter, there were an awful lot of shots and I would do it all again in a second. Congratulations Mr and Mrs Oooosh and thank you for inviting me along to join the party!
Big thanks go to Chris Scuffins too for his fantastic help on the day 🙂