It was so lovely to return to Kings Chapel for Carrie and Paul’s spring wedding. This 18th century converted chapel in Amersham is utterly charming. Carrie and Paul fell in love with the views over the surrounding countryside and enjoyed the relaxed feel and flexibility of this wedding venue. Just what they wanted for their big day!
Carrie got ready in the delightful Townhouse, which is just a few houses down from Kings Chapel. The little house was packed with bridesmaids (dressed in a gorgeous shade of green) and cute, excited flower girls as well as little ring bearers. Everyone walked the short walk down the Old Amersham High Street to the Chapel where both the wedding ceremony and reception were held.
The sun came out just in time for Carrie and Paul and their guests to enjoy some gin and tonics in the pretty garden.
Carrie is half Dutch and the Dutch congregation composed and performed a very funny song about the happy couple – one of my favourite parts of the day. I also loved the pianist who got the party going in the evening by taking requests from the guests, which got everyone up on the dance floor celebrating the happy occasion.
Carrie and Paul – thank you so much for letting me be a part of your wedding day! I wish you all the best for your future together.
If you are planning a wedding at Kings Chapel and are looking for natural and fun wedding photographs, get in touch. I’d love to hear more about your plans.