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]

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Wedding Venue: Athelhampton House  |  Dress:  Justin Alexander @ Pascali    

Florist:  West Dorset Wedding Flowers |  Cake:  Lisa Notley   

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  1. This one time (not at band camp) I photographed a wedding there. The Bride was Russian (this is starting to sound like a made up story). Any how. She didn’t really care much about ‘British tradition’ and decided to stand on the other side of the Groom. Boom, great light on the Bride for the entire ceremony. You’ve delivered some cracking images Mr Moran. Excellent work.

    • Thats a great story Rob and a bride I would agree with. We all know the images would be far better if the tradition was re-written. With directional side lighting, you really are up against things!

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