Iscoyd Park Wedding, Shropshire – Rachel & Tim

amazing rainbow sihouette photo

Rachel and Tim’s Iscoyd Park wedding is particularly dear to my heart. I’d like to think that one of the things I appreciate an awful lot at weddings is the importance of family. My reasons – well, I’m not only a son but also a brother, a husband and, in the last three years, a father; and as a result of that my heart strings regularly get a good old tugging during a wedding. Naturally, there’s the more obvious moments that this happens; during the speeches, those emotional embraces at key moments, but also the tender touches & little loving glances that can easily go unnoticed. Often, they’re the most powerful displays of the bond between two people. So I often find myself thinking about what emotions people might be going through at a given point during the day and what it would mean if I were able to capture them.

A few weeks after Tim and Rachel’s wedding, Rachel told me her dad had sadly passed away. My heart literally sank and I remembered what an awful time it was when it happened in our own family. I was absolutely devastated. The thought that they were going through the same distressing time was tragic. If you’re reading this and you’ve suffered a similar loss, you’ll know full well that it’s very hard to find any kind of consolation in such times and I’m sure it must have been the same for Rachel and the family.

Looking back on these photos however, I was so glad that Rachel’s dad got to witness her wedding day, experience that proud moment as he walked her down the aisle to marry the love of her life, to see her enjoy the day with the wonderful friends that love her and Tim so much. As a father myself I think I can imagine what that must have meant to him. There’s no doubt he must have been extremely proud.

I’m in very real danger of shedding a tear or two if I carry on writing any more, and really whatever I say just doesn’t seem anywhere near significant enough in a situation like this, so I’ll just end by thanking Rachel and Tim – it was an absolute privilege to be a part of your wonderful day at Iscoyd Park and I hope the photos help the family think back upon happier times both now and in the years to come. Warmest love to you all. X

Iscoyd park wedding venuean old rusty sign reading iscoyd dairyan old piano in the woodsa bridesmaid hanging a wedding dress on the end of a four posterthe bridal party having their make up applieddramatically lit photo of bridesmaid in beautiful window lightlip liner being applied to the brides lipsthe bouquet sitting on top of- an antique chest of drawersa bridemaids laughs as her friend has eyeliner applieda little girl and her dog sitting on a mattthe brides son brings her a bracelet as a giftlooking through the main doorway at the ushers on the drivewayAn usher greets the groom with an ambrace on the steps at IscoydGuests congregating on the driveway of Iscoyd Parkguests talking and laughingfamily embracing on the drivewayguests framed in a doorwayThe beautiful ceremony roomchairs and flowers in the ceremony roomfather of the bride watches bridesmaids tying up their dressestwo pairs of hands tie the bow at the back of the wedding dressthe bride looking at herself in a big circular mirrorthe flower girl shows off her boquet of flowersthe brides last minute lip touchupthe bridal party wait in the hallway before walking down the aisthe bride walks down the aisle with her fatherthe couple smile affectionately at each other as the bride reachThe ceremony takes placetwo bridesmaids in purpkle dresses perform readingsa bridesmaid gives a readingsmiling guests look on during the ceremonythe couple exchange rings as they look into each others eyesthe couple kiss for the first time as husband and wife as everyothe signing of the registerthe audience applaudsthe recessionalguests throw confetti over the happy coupleguests laugh as the bride pulls a piece of confetti from her mouthe best man congratulates and hugs the groomemotional moments as guests congratulate the coupleguests minglingGuests enjoying drinks and canapes at Iscoyd Parkcanapes being served while a string quartet plays in the backgroguests clink glasses together in celebrationA group of wedding guests posing for the cameraeveryone runs into the house to avoid the raina guests laughs as he holds his drinkThe reception room decorated wonderfully with trees and flowersgold pots on the tables with pink roses in themtable decorations and candlesfather of the bride gives a moving speechA guest wipes her tears with a tableclothguests applauding the speechthe bride touches the grooms hand as he makes his speechlots of guests shed a tear during the speechesthe groom tries to hide his shame during the best mans speechguests laughingthe audience laugh!The audience and top table raise their glasses in a toastthe best man and the groom embrace as the bride applaudsthe bride and groom step outside for some portraitsbride and groom watch the cricketers playingcouple hugging and laughingThe bride and groom walk to the back of Iscoyd ParkThe couple cuddleWedding portraits in the gardens of Iscoyd Parkthe couple laugh together among the leavesThe couple take a romantic walk around the lake at Iscoyd ParkThe couple have some romantic portraits in the gardensgroom tenderly kisses the brides foreheadThe couple are silhouetted against an amazing rainbowthe couple enjoy their first dance surrounded by family and frienewlyweds hold each other tightly during their first danceGuests are invited onto the dancefloorGuests start to dance and someone hugs the groomthe grooms friends surround hima male guests points at the bride on the dance floorthe wedding band playing with a female vocalist singingguests partyinggroomsmen bashing their bottoms together!the dancefloor goes off!The guitarist playing among the crowd with the guitar behind histwo girls wearing silly costumes and posing for the cameraa pint of beer being held in the air

I love an Iscoyd Park wedding, so if you’re looking for an Iscoyd Park wedding photographer who takes natural, relaxed and beautiful wedding photos that tell the story of your day for years to come, I would love to hear from you.

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