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Our featured couples chose the Catholic church - St Michaels Church Ashford Middlesex - for their marriage ceremonies.
Ashford Middlesex (not to be confused with Ashford Kent) is just to the west of Greater London, bounded by the M4 and M3 to the North and the M25 motorway to the west. In other words very easy to get to!
St Michaels Church Ashford is a modern spacious building and fairly light inside. Outside there are small gardens to the front and rear. There is just about enough shade on very bright days to complete the posed photos in the rear garden so long as the groups are not large.
There is some dedicated parking adjacent to the church which is free, and onstreet parking within walking distance.
Our celebrant Jim is usually easy going as regards professional photography and video during the wedding ceremony. However all celebrants vary from day to day and he has been known to limit the coverage.
There is an "organists loft" from which great images of the whole proceedings can be taken.
The first photo below shows the very distinctive tower of St Michaels Church Ashford:
And another view from the road, shot with an extreme wide-angle lens to capture the whole of the building:
Coverage often starts elsewhere with the girls getting ready and includes all the detail photos of dresses flowers shoes and suchlike which look so good at the start of your wedding album:
Coverage usually continues at your chosen wedding reception venue. You can browse lots of galleries featuring receptions via the main Galleries Page.
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