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        Jeremy & Jacqui- Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK

        Natural, candid, romantic and creative wedding photography at the Sir Christopher Wren hotel, Windsor, Berkshire, UK

        The Sir Christopher Wren hotel is part of the Sarova wedding venues group. As well as the Sir Christopher Wren hotel, They have 3 other hotels in the group including The hotel Rembrandt in London, The Bull hotel in Gerrards Cross, and The Abbey hotel in Great Malvern.

        I photographed the wedding of Jeremy and Jacqui at the beautiful Sir Christopher Wren wedding venue in Royal Windsor which is situated right on the river Thames near Eton bridge, and right in the centre of Windsor. They came over from Dubai to have their ceremony in a Berkshire based wedding venue, as Jeremy is originally from Slough, close to Windsor. Having considered many venues in the area, Sir Christopher Wren hotel worked perfectly due to it’s size, flexibility and stunning location. Jacqui said we had a wonderful wedding ceremony out on the riverside terrace close to the river Thames. The couple chose colour-coordinated roses, lavender hydrangeas, gypsophila and white summer flowers displayed in golden vases as their centrepieces from the flower shop opposite the hotel called Stems of Windsor. Their beautiful stunning wedding cake was made by Fondant Dreams by Jaimee, and after their dinner they had live music performed by musicians The New Classics in three 45-minute sets.

        Being a professional Windsor based Wedding Photographer and it’s very close proximity to the famous Windsor Castle and the river Thames it gives such a stunning backdrop for me to produce stunning, candid, romantic and creative wedding photographs.

        Other weddings and engagement events I have photographed at the Sir Christopher  Wren hotel include: Craig and Sharon’s weddingTom and Simona’s wedding, John and Marianne’s wedding, Tim and Katie’s wedding, and an engagement shoot.

        I photograph a lot of weddings in Windsor and really count myself lucky to do the job I do.