I love the colours of fall and this wedding at Leeds Castle was absolutely stunning, with the bride looking stunning as the Lady in Red

How I meet the Bride and Groom.

Ayesha and Roger first contacted me after booking their wedding at the beautiful Leeds Castle, having seen my work in one of the albums that I have on display there. They told me that they were planning an autumn wedding and that they wanted to capture the season at its best.

They absolutely love photography and film

I knew when I met Ayesha and Roger that we would get on, they are such a lovely couple and their wedding photography was something that was really important to them, and that they also wanted the day captured on film. Roger is a real tech type of a guy and was talking beyond 4K before we even knew 4K was around the corner!

The wedding day.

The wedding took place at Leeds Castle in the main castle and was day shared with family and close friends.
Ayesha looked stunning in her Red wedding dress, and the theme of red was carried on into Roger’s waistcoat, buttonhole and flowers.

Here are a few of my favourite images from the day.

Photographs of the buttonholes and bridal bouquetBride and her attendants are getting ready in these photos, there are a mixture of B&W and coulour images and the brides dress is hanging above the doorThe bride and grooms rings are seen here on this inlaid tableThe groom with his best man getting readyThe groom and groomsmen are seen here with Leeds Castle in the background walking towards the photographerHere you can see the groom in the photograph with Leeds Castle behind himThe groom can be seen leaning against the castle wallA photograph of the bride in one of the bedrooms inside the main castle at Leeds CastleThe bride and all her attendants are shown in this photograph in the bedroomThe brides bouquetThe brideThe wedding ceremony room at Leeds CastleThe bride is seen here with her brother and family membersThe harp is shown in this photographThe ceremony as it starts, in the first photograph the groom is seen looking at his watch, then the bridesmaids start to arrive into the ceremony room followed by the bride who is given away by her Mum and BrotherThe ceremony, here you can see the bride and groom exchanging vows and ringsThe bride and groom stood outside the main castle door at Leeds CastleHere we see the Bride and Groom walking across the lawn at Leeds CastleHere we see a hot air ballon and the main wedding party outside leeds castleIn this series of images we can see the guests mingling on the lawn, also their is a red bouquet of flowers held by a bridesmaidseagulls can be seen sat on a wall at leeds castleThe wedding breakfast room at leeds castleThe bride and groom are seen outside Leeds Castle, in the one photo they are gazing into each others eyes and in the other they are kissingA panaramic photograph of the bride and groom in front of Leeds CastleBride and groom are photographed on the bank opposite Leeds Castle