Royal Holloway Egham Wedding Photographer: Howard and Grace
Congratulations to Grace and Howard who were married at St Matthews church and onto Royal Holloway, University of London for their magical wedding day.
It was a treat for all the senses with the tables being designed with native words being used as the table names; all meaning special things to the couple – friendship, love, fortitude and honesty. Such a lovely idea.
The happy couple leave for Singapore for their second part of the wedding; it might be a little warmer there than what it was on this day!
Congratulations again guys, it was a pleasure to be a small part of your day.
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Choosing a Wedding Photographer
Choosing a wedding photographer is one of the top 3 weddings decisions a couple will make after date and venue. Our role is to capture your beautiful day from the moment you apply your makeup to when you are partying with your guests on the dance floor! We are there to support you, as well as photograph! We’ve helped clean wedding dresses, fetch bouquets, do up backs of dresses, have stashes of tissues and mints if needed!
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It’s the real moments in wedding photography
At Summers Photography, we have been photographing weddings since 2007. To sum up our photography style, would be vibrant, colourful, relaxed and raw. Raw is a funny word, but we look for those raw moments, looks of love that nobody else would notice, the moments of glancing looks and those giggles or tears being wiped away. It’s also how we work your portraits and groups, we will prompt you to stand, walk, sit, play in specific places to work with the light; it’s unscripted, it’s you guys, it’s raw and real moments.