Kings Arms Hotel Wedding Photos: Laura and Russell

Kings Arms Hotel Wedding Photos

The Kings Arms Hotel Wedding photos to kickstart the New Year. The autumn time wedding of Laura and Russel last October at the Kings Arms Hotel is on the blog today.

From the very beginning to the end it was what can only be described as a completely delicious day. Choc full of romance and fun and some well kept surprises included  along the way.

The Wedding Day of Laura and Russell, I defy you not to get wrapped up in the warmth, love and humour of a perfect day.

Laura got ready at home with her parents and bridesmaids. Relaxed and happy time ticked away until it was time to leave the family home and travel over to the wedding venue in Christchurch.

There awaited her husband to be, Russell. He had spent some time in the Hotel bar ahead of Lauras arrival with grooms men and best man before they headed over to the Pavilion for the wedding ceremony.

Getting married at The Kings Christchurch

The Kings is such an ideal layout and location that the wedding day simply flows flawlessly. The Hotel is a base to meet and mingle and wait until the appointed hour. Ahead of schedule, a short walk over the bowling green to the Pavilion and space for Laura to arrive and prepare herself to join Russell at the alter. The vintage style pavilion hosts the wedding ceremony and the bowling green is ready and waiting for guest to tumble out onto after the wedding ceremony has finished.

Lovely Locations in Christchurch for Wedding Photography

All in and around the Kings Hotel and Pavilion there are short distances to photographically perfect locations and backdrops for those all important wedding photos straight after the ‘I Do’s’. Hence we took full advantage of them whilst never missing a moment of socialising and fun. Im my onion achieving great wedding photos and balancing time away from the reception for hte couple is a contact consideration. However when I take Kings Arms Hotel Wedding photos I find this less of a challenge as everything I need is so near by.

Laura and Russel Wedding at The Kings

Laura and Russel were one very loved up couple. Simply brimming with happiness and affection for each other. Every step of the day just yielded more smiles. Russell had surprises up his sleeve including a fully choreographed dance routine to top the evening reception off. He and his wedding party, including Dads, surprised Laura with an unscheduled routine. Brilliantly executed and perfectly done.

Finishing touch was a twist on lifting the bride and cradling her in his arms. Russell being a military fireman, it had to be done. Laura was ceremoniously lifted over his shoulder for a photo call. Classic rescue routine!

Thanks go to the Happy Couple for booking me and including me on their day. A complete pleasure to work with and a delight from start to finish.

In her own Words; The Bride Says

Laura and Russell loved their set of Kings Arms Wedding Photos and told me so accordingly:

“One word WOW! We are totally and absolutely in love with our photos, we cannot thank you enough. You have captured every single moment and even some we can’t quite remember! We’ve laughed…and cried our way through all the images!  Leslie, thank you from the bottom of our hearts”

Photographing Weddings at The Kings

I am a recommended wedding photographer for the Kings Arms Hotel and have been for quite some time. Hence I have a huge portfolio of images from the venue and yet every wedding is different ands photographed just so, as individual and unique as the couple themselves.

If you are planning a wedding then do please get in touch to talk further about your wedding photography plans. In the meantime take a few moments to look through these Kings Arms wedding photos to give you a good impression of the diversity and range of my style and approach to photographing weddings.

Hair and Make up: holly Cross and Laura Crossier

Florist: Simply Flower

Venue: Kings Arms Hotel

Videographer, Cake Maker, DJ and Transport: Friends (useful ones!)

Wedding Photography: Bh13 Photography