Oxford wedding photographer, Trinity college wedding
I love being an Oxford wedding photographer, it gives me the chance to photograph weddings in some of Oxford’s beautiful colleges.
At the start of this month saw me photographing a Trinity college wedding for the lovely Kathryn and Christopher.
I have shot a fair few weddings in Oxford’s Colleges, but It was my first visit to Trinity College. It is definitely up there as one of the prettiest.
I first met Kathryn and Christopher for coffee and a chat in one of Oxford’s pubs. I remember being excited at hearing where they were planning on getting married.
You may remember Kathryn & Christopher from a previous post, where we met up before the wedding at Blenheim Palace to take some engagement photos. You can see that post Here.
On the morning of the wedding it was an early start as we entered the college through the back entrance off St Giles. A quick scout around before heading up to Kathryn’s room to say hi!
The bridal prep room room was beautiful. With large windows on both sides looking out over Trinity college’s stunning gardens.
One of my favourite moments from the day, happened early on. Chris was due to walk his bride down the Aisle. So while Kathryn and her bridesmaids were walking towards the Chapel, Chris was waiting around the corner. The look on their faces when they first saw each other was beautiful to see.
Trinity’s chapel is so pretty and full of lovely light. What a fabulous place to say I do.
The speeches included one of the greatest, most genuine best man speeches i’ve witnessed. The room was alive with laughter.
it was then time for some epic ceilidh dancing. wow, the fun was off the scale, I had to slip outside for air a couple of times and I was only taking photos.
With the bouquet tossed it was time to head down into the basement for the first dance and to party the rest of the night away.
It really was a great day, with amazing weather for the time of year and a great group of people.
I’d like to say a big congratulations to Kathhryn and Christopher and I wish them all the best for the future…:)