I was the chosen wedding photographer of Lisa & Richard who married at Bailiffscourt Hotel in Climping. Such an amazing hot and sunny day, I really didn’t want to put my suit on! Coverage began early with some shots around the hotel in order to set the scene. I then went to see Lisa and covered some of the preparations, details and general going’s on. During this time I also slipped away to find Richard for a few pre wedding wedding shots of him too. After the legal ceremony, we all headed over to the chapel, where Father John conducted a beautiful blessing ceremony too. It was then time to go back to the hotel for the drinks reception. I divided their time up with candid photos, groups and romantic portraits.
Bailiffscourt built in the 1920′s by the late Sir Walter Guinness – a family retreat, and an architectural wonder. Original stone and wood work was gathered from all over England to make up the series of buildings that is Bailiffscourt. Gothic mullioned windows overlook the rose clad courtyard, whilst narrow passageways lead you through a series of intimate lounges and sitting rooms. Many of the public rooms feature open log fires, and a wealth of fine antiques, tapestries and abundance of fresh flowers throughout the hotel. Set in 30 acres of parkland, with moats and small streams, there is an abundance of wild life to be seen, all of which is closely guarded by peacocks. I am proud to be the preferred supplier and the official photographer at Bailiffscourt Hotel.