Pre-Wedding Photo Shoot at Charlecote Pheasant Hotel | Carrie and Chris

Here’s a snap shot of some of the images from another Pre-wedding shoot at Charlecote Pheasant Hotel near to Stratford upon Avon. Chris and Carrie brought along their daughter who will also have a starring role at their wedding … so it’s just as well that she got a chance to see what it’s like infront of the camera too!

I’ve put the full set of images on my main website for them to view but for now here’s a taster ….

They are a lovely family and I’m really looking forward to photographing their special day.

I do pre-wedding shoots for all of my album and digital packages so that couples get to know me better, they have a taster of what to expect on the day, start to get used to being in-front of the camera and they can give me a better idea of what they are/are not comfortable with.

Please leave a comment or ask a question about my pre-wedding shoots (see below).

Vicky

Faye and Ollie – Wedding at Charlecote Pheasant Hotel

We had a great time with Faye and Ollie and around 100 guests at their wedding a couple of weeks ago. The venue was Charlecote Pheasant Hotel near to Stratford upon Avon. It was a sunny and slightly windy day and proved quite challenging in terms of the bright light with harsh shadows continually changing but I’m really pleased with the images we got on the day. I’ve just uploaded about 350 images that I’ve specially chosen for them to choose from for their album. Here are a few ‘teasers’!

Charlecote Pheasant Hotel near to Stratford

Wedding Rings inside Button Holes

Ollie - the Main Man!

Just Married!

If you can't get an image yourself !

Faye - Radiant and loving every moment!

A welcome break before the reception meal

First Dance

Forget the dance floor, this is our natural habitat!

If you are friends or family of Faye and Ollie and you want to view more of their images or perhaps buy some prints you need to view them on my main website which is www.victoriajanephotography.co.uk

You will need to ask Faye for the password first. I’m sorry, but I won’t give the password out.