Athelhampton House Wedding
Athelhampton House weddings are regular features scattered throughout our diary. A familiar venue that keeps giving fresh imagery as I approach with an openness to see, attune and capture uniqueness.
Highlighting the personalities of the couple and the way they celebrated with family & friends. Sophie & Scott’s day presented itself in a very refreshing way that hit me like a breath of fresh air.
As I entered the ceremony room, I was immediately struck by the unusual choice of background music setting the scene. A mixture of 80’s Britpop!
Blasting out was the meloncholy tones of Morrisey and The Smiths. Not the most popular of wedding day soundtracks, in fact I can confidently say – “It was a wedding day first for me”.
If you are uninitiated to the joys of The Smiths and their long list of classic tunes such as ‘Girlfriend in a coma’, ‘Vicar in a Tutu’ – you really have missed out on a important part of Britpop history. I cant remember the tune that was playing prior Sophie walking down the aisle, who knows, it could have been ‘This charming Man’?
The shared love & humour was self evident through out their day. An absolute pleasure to work with and capture, congratulations & thank you Sophie & Scott![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]