Weybridge Registry Office
Weybridge Registry Office stands upon land historically used by Henry VIII as the Royal hunting ground. The house itself was built in 1911 to be a private dwelling complete with servants quarters. Although the interior has had some alterations. The outside of the building is pretty much unchanged from when it was first constructed. The elegant detached manor house boasts an impressive entrance porch, often utilised by wedding parties escaping bad weather. Surrey County Council bought the house in 1963, and the house has been used as a Registry Office since 1993. The building’s interior has a number of character features including the well-known leaded light windows and their unusual fittings. The ground floor of this beautiful manor house still features the original oak panelling and impressive fireplaces from when it was built. This isn’t your run of the mill town registry office. It is a coveted wedding venue because of its style and elegance. The building is home to a majestic oak staircase that leads to the French windows onto the well-maintained and idyllic gardens. The house of Weybridge Registry Office is nestled in an acre of beautiful all-season gardens filled with flowers, shrubs and trees. The secluded gardens offer a number of options for breath-taking photo locations, as well as a nice area for your guests to enjoy.
Weybridge Registry Office Wedding Photographer
I was honoured when Natalie and Lee hired me as their Weybridge Registry Office wedding photographer. Natalie and Lee are a lovely couple, and, with their son, a wonderful family, and I was excited to capture their ceremony for them. Natalie and Lee asked me to use documentary style photography to capture the day for them. One of my favourite shots was taken as Natalie reached the registrar at the alter. Lee is looking at her. His eyes filled with joyous tears, with a proud look on his face. On the other side of her, Natalie’s dad has the same look of pride as he prepares to relinquish his daughter’s arm. Natalie herself looks simply overjoyed and excited. And I think this photograph is perfect because it is able to capture so much emotion at once. Natalie and Lee also asked for a number of group shots to include in their wedding album. They wanted a nice photo of them with their bridesmaids, while I was able to capture the perfect posed shot. I also took some reportage style photos of them stood together having a laugh before the official photo was taken. I think these photos are great because they show a group of friends having fun immediately after the ceremony. There are some beautiful shots of Natalie and Lee together during and after the ceremony. Even at first glance you can see the love between this couple, and their excitement at finally saying ‘I do’. The photos of them walking hand in hand, or gazing at each over the register. Or even sharing their first kiss, are photos I’m sure they will treasure forever. Natalie and Lee both had lovely families, and it was lots of fun taking photos of them throughout the day. Everyone was in high spirits, and there was plenty of fun being had by young and old alike. There are some fantastic photos of the grandmas getting to know each other over the course of the day.
Civil Ceremony in the Registry Office
I specialise in reportage style photography. This means I am able to document the day with my images. Your wedding album will seem like a fairytale. Retracing the steps of you and your guests as you came together to celebrate your wedding. If you would like me to be your Surrey wedding photographer at Weybridge Registry Office, please get in touch. After we have checked my availability, we can discuss the style and feel of your wedding photographs. As well as how I can help make your dreams a reality. I offer posed, group and stylish artistic shots as well as documentary style photos I am known for.