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Through the lens
Q. Please can you give us some advice about booking a wedding ceremony during the winter months?
A. Clem Stevens says: Clem says: As we all know, living in England has its advantages and disadvantages. The last two years have given us a long and fruitful summer, however if you decide to get married during the autumn and winter months, there are things you'll need to consider. An overcast sky and short evenings don't tend to make exciting photographs. However, there are a few things that you can look out for when searching for your photographer that might make your choice a little easier.
Firstly, are they competent in using off-camera flash? This technique can completely change the dynamic of an image by creating exciting and vibrant light that otherwise can't be achieved naturally. Don't be afraid to ask any potential photographers whether they are familiar with it when you meet with them.
Secondly, can they think creatively when there is no option for venturing outside? Unfortunately, this is sometimes the case so your photographer will need to work with what's already at the venue to create something truly special.
Your wedding is about you both as a couple so finding the perfect photographer to capture your wedding how you want is so important. Don't be afraid to ask as many questions as you like to make sure that they are the ideal match for you.
Q. We want to hold our wedding in an unusual, quirky venue that will surprise our guests. What can you suggest?
A. Katherine Nelson-Brown says: How about holding your wedding at a steam railway? As well as being a tourist attraction, Perrygrove offers two on-site locations to choose from. The rustic carriage shed at Perrygrove looks like a beautiful barn and is licensed for civil ceremonies, with guests transported afterwards on the steam train to Rookwood, a perfect area for a marquee or a tipi holding up to 200 guests.
There are lots of quirky extras for newlyweds and their guests to enjoy, like tractor and trailer rides, an ex-horse drawn cart that's now used as a sweetie cart or a cake and dessert display, hay bales, a firepit and even a treasure hunt, which is sure to keep the little ones entertained!
Couples choosing to marry here can do as much or as little as they like. The carriage shed looks magical decorated with bunting and fairylights. Couples can decorate it themselves or ask the team to do it. The directors are on hand every step of the way and even had their own wedding at Perrygrove, so they know how to make it extra special.
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