Blenheim Palace is a very pretty location for wedding portraits
Alan and Khami’s wedding was a two day event. The first day was a Hindu wedding at the new Shri Subramanya Shrine in Birmingham. It was on the same day as Prince William And Kate Middleton’s big day, so auspicious as they come. The second event was wedding portraiture and a fantastic wedding breakfast at the Orangery, Blenheim Palace, Oxford. The gardens there are phenomenal. Weather turned out great and everyone had a wonderful time. Special thanks to my good friend and fellow photographer Johnny Woo for accompanying me on this trip and especially for his help during the portraiture around the gardens.
Nice rural feel to the portrait session
There are some nice locations for portraiture around Blenheim Palace
Classy wedding breakfast menus in the Orangery
Blenheim Palace Orangery set up is classy
The beautiful wedding cake
Friends enjoyed cocktails as they waited for the couples arrival.
The friends were thrilled when Alan and Khami arrived.
The wedding couples arrival
Sarees just look great!
Group photo time at the Orangery
Alan and Khami’s entry into the Orangery
The brides father
The brides brother enjoying himself
The head table in the Orangery
Ben and Gemma, a couple whose wedding I covered in Bristol
Time to cut the wedding cake
Wall to wall doctors
Sarees look great
Another nice saree
Wedding breakfast over. It was a great day.
The brides parents bid farewell
The expansive grounds of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire
A beautiful Hindu wedding celebrated at the Holiday Villa in Subang Jaya and then a banquet at the Eastin Hotel in Petaling Jaya. Due to the size of the wedding we decided on three of us to be in the photography team for the day. This enabled us to photograph from many angles without having to struggle to maneuver around the guests. They loved their photos and their mum went on to use them in advertising for her wedding business.
Larry and Pauline’s wedding was held at Zion Lutheran Church in Brickfields. It is one of the older churches, being built in 1924. Stephen Foong was the wedding planner for the day and we often meet up with him at weddings. The venue for the wedding dinner was the Berjaya Times Square hotel. We have shot there fairly regularly over the years and it has an interesting ballroom set up.