An Indian summer beauty. Nigel and Lauren. Wooburn Green church and Taplow House.

September 04, 2017  •  4 Comments

This weekend I took myself back up to Buckinghamshire and to one of the places where my wedding photography began. Nigel and Lauren are a very laid back couple with a lovely family ethic and I had the pleasure of documenting their big day.

The service was held at The church of St Paul's in Wooburn Green, a delightful medieval building that took a slight alteration during the Gothic revival in the 19th century.

After the service we made our way to the delightful Taplow House on the edge of the village of Taplow.

Taplow is a seasoned wedding venue which runs like clockwork and is always beautifully presented. The staff are some of the best to work with and are always happy to help. After the drinks reception it was dinner and speeches and then downstairs to Woofys Bar to party the night away.

This is a small selection of pics to give an idea of the fun from the day.

Thanks for now.

 


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