On the steps of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. A truly unique and mesmerising reception venue !
Oxford is the perfect place to get married, especially if you have studied there. My couple just did that!!!! Memories of stressful studies complemented by the most important day in their life.
My gorgeous couple got married in the chapel of Jesus College, OXFORD. A dream come true for them. This was a huge privilege to capture as a photographer.
Victoria and Tom chose to have their bridal portraits taken at two of Oxford’s most iconic landmarks. The Hertford Bridge, often called the Bridge of Sighs and the Radcliffe Camera, an iconic domed Palladian style library were the perfect backdrops for bridal portraits.
After a short drive in their racing green, vintage Morgan, Victoria and Tom decided to walks to the Ashmolean Museum through the bustling streets of Oxford.
The reception was held in the Randolph Sculpture gallery, housing the earliest collection of Greek and Roman sculpture. A truly grand and impressive space. Instead of your usual tables of ten all the guests were seated along two long parallel tables, with the bride and groom tucked away amongst them. The sculpture of the woman must have secretly influenced the brides reaction, folding her arms just like the sculpture.
Dancing the night away in the Ashmolean Cafe with vaulted ceiling arches and alcoves.