Agi and Tom tied the knot with a wedding ceremony and reception at Kirtlington Park in Oxfordshire. Below is a small selection of Kirtlington Park wedding photography from their big day.
Kirtlington Park is an 18th Century country house in the heart of rural Oxfordshire and was a beautiful setting for Agi and Tom’s wedding day.
I began coverage of the wedding day photographing Agi as she prepped for the day in the Kirtlington Park Bridal Suite. Agi was joined by her three bridesmaids during the morning. I love the photos of Agi in her beautiful wedding gown surrounded by her bridesmaids as she looks into a full-length mirror. Once Agi was ready she was joined by her Father who accompanied to the ceremony room along with the bridal party.
Kirtlington Park has a stunning staircase, so I made sure to capture Agi as she walked down to the ceremony room with her father and the bridal party.
The wedding service took place in The Salon a stunning room with “Coronation Portraits” an iconic fireplace and garden terrace. The wedding ceremony was lovely. One highlight was Tom and Agi’s readings to each other; it was clear to see how in love Tom and Agi are.
After the ceremony, I took group photos of the bridal party, family and friends. I then had a little walk with the bride and groom and took some natural couple portraits of the newlyweds around the gardens.
Agi is Hungarian, so the majority of her guests had come from Hungry. As half of the guests only spoke Hungarian after Tom gave a lovely speech Agi gave her own speech in Hungarian.
There was so much fun and excitement throughout the day. I especially loved the moment when a rainbow appeared, and all the guests started taking selfies with the rainbow. I took a lovely portrait of Agi and Tom underneath the rainbow.
It was a beautiful summer’s evening, so we made sure to head out for a few more pictures of the couple in the lovely golden evening light. The evening was rounded off with the first dance and the performance of a Salsa band in the evening.
Congratulations Mr & Mrs Colmer, wishing you a lifetime of happiness together as husband and wife!