This weekend I traveled to Warwick to photograph Carrie & Sav’s wedding. This wedding was unique to any I had photographed before as it took place over two days!
The grounds for the ceremony were beautiful! The Hospital is an historic group of timber-framed buildings on Warwick High Street dating mainly from the late 14th Century clustered round the Norman gateway into the town with its 12th Century Chantry Chapel above it. For nearly 200 years it was home to Warwick’s medieval Guilds. I am also told that the very balcony featured in the photo below was used in a Doctor Who episode! Both days were full of characters which certainly added to this atmosphere of the wedding. Also live singers and bands featured of the two days and I could not tell you which I liked better. They were both excellent to the point I found myself getting involved in some dancing!

Without further hesitation, please raise a glass for the new Mr & Mrs Savage!

  • Janine Cassidy - Mr & Mrs Savage how do we see their photos please??ReplyCancel

    • Scott Prior - Hi Janine, Carrie and Sav’s photos are still currently being edited so there are none to view at the moment. Once they are complete and the couple have seen them I will post a selection of the best ones to sample on here and the Facebook page. If you use Facebook ‘like’ Lunar Photography’s page as you’ll be notified when theye go up.ReplyCancel

Earlier this month I flew out to Rovaniemi, north Finland other wise known as ‘Lapland’ the home of Santa Claus. Why did i fly out here, to photograph my most adventurous wedding yet! I knew that this was going to be a challenging wedding to photograph, sub zero temperatures and dark by 14:00 were to name a few! The journey out was a long one but I and my equipment all made it safely. The next day though I really got to see the what Rovaniemi had to offer and the landscape absolutely bowled me over. It’s not too often you get a white christmas in the UK or even a decent amount of snow any other time of the winter to be honest but you had it. A lot of it! It was gorgeous! After photographing the bridal prep were shuttled on a mini bus to the location of the wedding. We were dropped off at a one of those comfortable wooden lodge’s with the roaring fireplace in the woods like you’ve always dreamed of visiting. From there we had to take a 15minute walk across a bridge and through what I can only describe as ‘Narnia’ to a small hut out in the woods. This is where the ceremony was held. The thick fresh white powdered snow blanketed everything and reflected light from every angle and the sky was like from another world! The day was so magical! Theres nothing like enjoying a hot chocolate from a wooden bowl in minus 20 degree temperatures! There were plenty of surprises as well from a visit from Santa Claus to, yes, the Northan Lights even made an appearance! I can not show you any pictures from the wedding itself just yet due to special circumstances but I can show you some of the setting. The below photograph I took during sunrise at the very location the bride and groom got married!

One month before Kate was due to give birth to her baby boy I took a stroll around some of the lovely natural and ‘rather arty’ areas of Reading. We took some amazing photos and the weather was just right with low sunsets creating amazing lighting effects. To see more photos from this shoot click the image below.
Kate & Tony

Todays sneak peak comes from Sunday’s engagement shoot with the ever lovely Kate & Cos! We took a ‘magical’ journey to Lacock and saw some of the gorgeous locations where the ‘Harry Potter’ films were made. Excitement coursed through us as we explored the rooms and ground and we got some fantastic shots! Kate & Cos are due to be married next year in Greece and i’m very much looking forward to that location shoot! More sample photos from this engagement shoot to follow!

Lacock Engagement Shoot

Saturday saw Gill & Jake tying the knot in a gorgeous ceremony at Horwood House in Milton Keynes! The main room was decorated in a woodland theme which i’ve never seen before at this venue and it looked stunning! This theming was complimented by the gorgeous autumn colours the grounds of Horwood had to offer. The day ran without a hitch and everyone looked stunning.

I would like to congratulate Gill & Jake on their marriage and raise a glass for the new Mr & Mrs Beasley!

Horwood House