Luton and Eversholt Hall Wedding
It was a church wedding brimming with joyful faith and a relaxed reception at Eversholt Hall.
In my eyes, the most important thing in a wedding isn’t the location, the flowers, the decorations, the food, it’s how they make it their own, to celebrate their love with the people who matter to them, the people whose community will support their marriage.
As a photographer I delight in the uniqueness and creativity of each couple whether they have their wedding at St Paul’s cathedral, at the local village hall, or outdoors in a field.
This wedding is of two very young and totally amazing people who live their lives and faith with joy, love, generosity, selflessness and gratitude. They are now dear friends and I am grateful they came into my life.
The Christian fellowship church in Luton was extremely moving, so much so that Alkesh- my husband- who was second shooting, was wiping tears of his face. (Yes he’s a sweetie) I loved the international atmosphere. and the shared joy.
The whole community was celebrating these lovely young people getting married. Eversholt Hall is a simple village hall, with fields all around, and great sunsets. I love nature and was more than happy when Lucy suggested we escaped and went to bask in the last sun rays, taking some time to breathe and to relish their love. As a wedding photographer, I am privileged to share these moments of quiet intimacy with “my” couples.
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To see their engagement shoot, click here
To see their first family photoshoot, click here
Dear Alix, Just a little note to say a HUGE thank you for being our wonderful wedding photographer! When I came across your website I knew I had found a great photographer but I didn’t realise I’d also found a new friend! It’s been so lovely getting to know you and any time you’re in Yorkshire, you are more than welcome at our little home. We couldn’t have hoped for a more perfect wedding day. It was a pleasure to share it with you and the beautiful photos are just the icing on the cake. Much love,
Lucy and DomLucy and Dom