I was the photographer for a 40th Wedding Anniversary in a beautiful Pembroke lodge, Richmond Park. It was a truly lovely day to be a part of. They had many friends who had been there at their wedding many years ago, their two lovely kids and a room full of sunshine and smiles 40 years on.
They definitely had the weather on their side so when everyone sat down to eat a lovely meal I went for a little wander in the grounds of this beautiful grand park. I stumbled upon 5 beautiful stags just going about their day in the beautiful winter sunshine.
The view from the top of the hill is stunning, especially with the clear blue skies and the the trees on the turn, their leaves turning all the colours of autumn. Richmond Park was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park. The largest of London’s Royal Parks, it is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation.
Below are some of the photographs I was able to capture.
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Venue // Pembroke Lodge
“Lucy’s creative talent & enthusiasm was so obvious when we met her for the first time; we felt completely confident about her photographing our wedding. On the day, our guests commented on how lovely Lucy was as she subtly bounced around capturing so many clever shots. Our day was very colourful and the way she captured this was beyond my expectations…just perfect. She worked her socks off for us, and we couldn’t be more grateful.” VIEW GALLERY