Asuko and Martin Client Wedding Photography Galleries, Wedding at Beaconsfield Register Office and Wedding Reception at Harleyford Golf Club Marlow Buckinghamshire, © Ashton Lamont Professional Wedding Photographers and Videographers

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Background Information:

Asuko and Martin chose a short duration combined photography and video package starting just before the wedding ceremony and finishing after the speeches at the end of the wedding breakfast. So quite a lot of coverage really!

The location for the ceremony was Beaconsfield Register Office in the centre of Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire. We had the larger of the two ceremony rooms - the light and airy Midsomer Court which is to the rear of the main building. There is a decent amount of free car parking opposite the Office - though this is not available on market days so do be careful to check.

The registrars conducting ceremonies at Beaconsfield Register Office are easy to work with and eager to help in any way that they can. So its pretty straightforward for professional photographers and videographers to record the ceremony in full. The same staff also work at a number of popular nearby wedding venues such as the Burnham Beeches Hotel and the Taplow House Hotel.

Once the ceremony was completed we made a hasty exit for the reception venue to avoid the Friday afternoon rush hour traffic and fortunately everyone arrived in good time at Harleyford Golf Club near Marlow.

The first photo below shows the main register office building. It was formerly the old town's police station and still retains many features including bars at some windows! Midsomer Court is accessed through a walkway to the right side of the building. Immediately behind the camera position is a large green with mature trees and next to that St Mary and All Saints Church Beaconsfield - which is itself a popular wedding venue. This means that there is a ready made wedding photo location available within a few yards of the Office.

Beaconsfield Register Office Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire wedding venue

As you approach Midsomer Court you go through the sheltered courtyard seen in the next photo. Its another good place for some of the all important posed photos.

Courtyard behind Beaconsfield Register Office wedding venue

Midsomer Court is the subject of the next photo. It has a decent amount of natural light making the job for photographers and videographers a whole lot easier than is sometimes the case!

Interior of Midsomer Court wedding ceremony room at Beaconsfield Register Office

Our bride had a real cool dude to give her away!

Bride is given away during her marriage ceremony at Beaconsfield Register Office

There are some lovely character photos begging to be shot in Midsomer Court.

Bride during her wedding ceremony at Beaconsfield Register Office

And lets not forget our groom!

Groom during his wedding ceremony at Beaconsfield Register Office

Or the guests. Peter always includes black and white versions of some of the colour photos in the main galleries.

Guest watches wedding ceremony at Beaconsfield Register Office

There are no silly restrictions applied to professional photography or video by the Beaconsfield Register Office Staff so great moment such as the exchange of rings can be recorded for ever.

Bride and groom exchange rings during their wedding ceremony at Beaconsfield Register Office

And our bride makes her vows.

Bride makes vows during her marriage ceremony at Beaconsfield Register Office Buckinghamshire

Followed by the first kiss accompanied by cheering and clapping from the guests.

Bride and groom have their first kiss after their wedding at Beaconsfield Register Office

The courtyard has some old features which make a nice backdrop for both candid and posed photos after the wedding ceremony.

Guest congratulates and hugs bride after her wedding at Beaconsfield Register Office

A quick posed photo with the mums. We completed most of the group photos at the reception location.

Bride and groom pose for photo with their mothers after wedding at Beaconsfield Register Office

Tablets used as cameras are a common sight at weddings now!

Guest takes photo of bride and groom using her tablet outside Beaconsfield Register Office Buckinghamshire

A couple of hundred yards along the road - on the way to the wedding car - we found some spring blossom in full bloom and just had to feature it in some photos.

Bride and groom pose for photo after their wedding at Beaconsfield Register Office

Harleyford Golf Club on the outskirts of west Marlow hosted our couples wedding reception. The next photo shows the main building from the start of the course.

Here is the room prepared ready for the wedding breakfast just before the arrival of all the ravenous guests.

Detail photos such as the table decorations always look great in your wedding album.

The lawn is a good place for the larger group photos - and well out of range of rogue golf balls!

We made use of some of the spring colours such as the yellow forsythias for some photos.

There are varied shrub backdrops suitable for the posed group photos.

The wedding cake was an enormous affair - and just the sort to tempt you to try and eat the whole lot in one sitting!

The photos can't tell you just how lovely the food smelt!

The wedding reception is a great opportunity for some candid / reportage / documentary / photojournalist (call it what you like!) photos featuring the guests.

The competition sure is starting young these days!

A best friend of our bride was celebrating her birthday on the same day so this did of course have to be marked with a cake and candle!

The speeches are another great photo and video opportunity.

Video probably takes the upper hand at this stage because it does of course enable you to relive what was actually said. But there are still some lovely photos to be made.

Especially when the guests are all up for a good laugh - usually at the groom's expense!

And here he is in full flow.

Then toasts at the end. And the best of good luck to our bride and groom as they await the imminent arrival of their first family member!