‘It sounds dramatic but a photo never ends, particularly yours. These are incredible.
You are a truly gifted artist, the pictures are splendid in so many incredible and diverse ways. Thank you for your time and energies, they are greatly appreciated. Thanks for giving us something to remember this day special day for the rest of our lives . It is a tribute to our family and our legacy as it will live on and on.
Thanks so much!!!’
Agate and Greg’s Dordogne wedding at Chateau de la Bourlie was the second time I’ve been lucky enough to shoot at this amazing venue in the south west of France. There’s something special about an outdoor ceremony which really engages everyone present and makes it a communal experience. Greg’s a New York theatre director so there was always going to be an element of drama about the day, and so it probably didn’t surprise anyone when two of his actors played out the opening scene from Romeo and Juliet at the start of their humanist service. It set the tone for a day brimming with theatre, tears, joy and dancing into the small hours.
Thanks Agate & Greg for your warmth and making my trip to the Dordogne an amazing experience.
Rik Pennington, Dordogne wedding photographer, at Agate & Greg’s wedding in the South West of France. Check out Kelly and Sam’s wedding also at Chateau de la Bourlie.