Documentary Wedding Photography By Daisy Daisy

"You managed to capture the beauty & magic of our special day and the wonderful pictures exceeded all our expectations"

Lucy & Scott


Wedding Photography Supplied In Wallingford Oxfordshire

Our Philosophy Is A Simple One...

We see your wedding day as a series of stories to be told - a look, a meeting between old friends, a detail that sums up the effort and thought that you've put into you big day. Central to this is an understanding of people - watching and knowing when those special moments are going to occur. These are what make your wedding photographs unique.

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What Is Documentary Photography?

Maybe it's easier to sum up what documentary photography isn't. It's not staged, unnatural, intrusive, dominating or uncomfortable and it never relies on asking people to say "Cheese". Its based on discreet observation and lots of experience of capturing people at their most relaxed and events at their most spontaneous.

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Where We Shoot...Here, There & Everywhere

We're based at the leafy Oxfordshire end of the Chiltern hills so providing photography for weddings in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire & Berkshire is pretty much doorstep stuff for us. We are always happy to quote on supplying a photographer to cover any other parts of the UK or overseas wedding destinations.

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Here are a selection of images and blog posts from some of the fabulous weddings we have attended recently...

Liz & Chris: Hampden House Wedding, Buckinghamshire

Family & friends gathered at the beautiful church of St Mary Magdalene in the grounds of Hampden House in Buckinghamshire to celebrate the wedding of Liz and Chris. The bride made a memorable entrance, arriving in a fully decked out convertible Mini along the long, sweeping drive up to the church. After the ceremony and a few moments to receive everyone's congratulations and best wishes, it  was only a short walk across the the magnificent Hampden House itself for champagne and canapes. Guests mingled in the ornate Great Hall with it's spectacular balcony (a great vantage point for some lovely group shots - the kind of spot a wedding photographer loves) before heading into the dining room for afternooon tea served on vintage crockery and some heartfelt speeches and thoughts on the day. Events were rounded off with a ceilidh band and I could still hear the whoops and shouts of the party in full swing as I drove back down that lovely tree-lined avenue.