Jason Was our Elmore Court Wedding Photographer. We found Jason on Rock My Wedding and loved candid but impactful styling. We went to the Isle of Wight for a connection session before the big day which was so much fun and his photos were breathtaking.
On the day he and his second photographer were brilliant, really making us feel at ease, and so fun to be around. end results were incredible, we couldn’t have imagined a better collection of photos of our Elmore Court Wedding, it’s such a job to relive the day through them.
Photographing Johannah and Ryan’s Elmore court wedding was an absolute joy. I appreciated how much thought went into selecting their venue: Elmore Court in Gloucester, England. From the moment I stepped foot on the estate, I greeted manicured landscapes, beautiful gardens, and stunning architecture. The couple had considered every detail to make this day perfect for them and their lovely guests.
One of the most memorable parts of a wedding is when the bride and her bridesmaids get ready before the ceremony. Johannah’s session was nothing short of elegant. It was clear that every part of her ensemble was carefully chosen, from her earrings to her dress. Her hair and makeup, performed by Lips & Locks, were natural and timeless.
She slipped into blue Manolo Blahnik heels and wore a show-stopping Jesus Peiro dress. Her bridal party supported her throughout the process, admiring their friend’s experience on the happiest day of her life. Of course, the groomsmen were also elated and enthusiastic about their best friend. They shared a cheers and helped the groom look his best for the ceremony ahead.
Johannah and Ryan went ahead with an outdoor Elmore Court wedding ceremony, as the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. The green landscapes and floral arrangements, created and delivered by Jenny Fleur, allowed for a fresh and uplifting backdrop. Yet, as Johannah walked down the aisle, you could tell that everything else in the world had disappeared for Ryan. I was so genuinely pleased to photograph these meaningful moments, and I believe they genuinely showcase the love and affection the couple deeply has for each other.
Now, it was time for the guests to celebrate the newlyweds. They spent ample time in the courtyard laughing, congratulating, and hugging each other. Then, it was time to head to Elmore Court’s gorgeous dinner and dancing venue, the Gillyflower. Friends and family shared sentimental, witty, and funny stories about the charming bride and groom. Everyone enjoyed a toast to the couple and their union and indulged in delicious food catered by Elmore Court themselves.
The festivities were far from over! Johannah and Ryan went the extra mile to ensure they had a wonderful wedding night and that their guests could all join in on the fun. They brought in Brother From Another, an energetic live band, to keep the Gillyflower’s phenomenal dance floor grooving all night. Overjoyed guests, free-flowing drinks, and the one and only Pizza Monkey van ensured this wedding after-party ended with only fantastic vibes and full-hearted sentiments.
I was honoured to photograph Johanna and Ryan’s wedding at the exclusive Elmore Court wedding venue. When planning a wedding at Elmore Court, choosing your wedding photographer is of the utmost importance. I would love to connect with you about your upcoming day. Contact me!
What made you decide on an Elmore Court Wedding?
We wanted somewhere we would have exclusive run of the house and where our friends and family could stay to continue the party! We instantly loved Elmore Court, and we were so lucky to be able to have a beautiful ceremony outside.
Inspiration for your Elmore Court Wedding
The dress code was black tie optional. The groom and wedding party all wore tuxedos and the dress was Jesus Peiro with a Galvan champagne dress in the evening. We went with modern classic styling; monochrome calligraphy stationary, white and green florals, with touches of pale pinks dotted throughout. Elmore supplied the food which was incredible, and we had a wood-fired pizza in the evening which kept the party going.