Ashridge House Weddings | Sara and Kieran
January 21, 2016
“Thank you so much for your stunning photos – they capture each moment beautifully. What a wonderful reminder of the day!” Sara and Kieran
Ashridge House Weddings
Every couple getting married wishes for a spectacular wedding. Ashridge House weddings can’t be anything other than spectacular both from the outside and from the interior. Sara and Kieran had arranged for the interior to be lit, something that hadn’t been done before, with strong primary colours to accentuate the bold architecture of the staircase and galleries. Transformed from the weekday corporate training facility, Ashridge House weddings transport you to a Harry Potteresque experience. In fact the present house is regarded as one of the finest examples of early Gothic Revival architecture and is now a Grade I listed building. This was all enhanced by The Spicy Piper, who piped people in and people out of various parts of the day, while on MC duties too.
Spectacle is what a wedding is all about, whether it’s a large or small celebration. One way or another, a couple getting married have the ceremony in front of at least two witnesses, a celebrant, and hopefully some family and friends. Everyone present at the wedding is there to support the couple, celebrate their love for each other, and actually watch them get married – that’s the spectacle. We are all witnesses. My task is to accurately document every aspect of the day, so that the fabulous spectacle of weddings at Ashridge House are remembered through my photographs.
We mustn’t forget the spectacle of the couple themselves. Sara looked spectacular in her Emma Louise wedding dress, and the groom and his groomsmen looked great in classic morning suits. And of course everyone likes to dress up for a wedding – it’s definitely an occasion at which to be seen!
Here is Sara and Kieran’s story at their spectacular Ashridge House wedding venue.
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Sara’s dress is by Emma Louise Design
Sara’s flowers are by Elly at Wild Ivy
The Highland Piper The Spicey Piper