Saint Georges church in Worcester provided the ideal location for the confetti photo. After the wedding, we were moving on to the Cathedral for some photos whilst the wedding guests moved on to the drinks reception at Worcester Guildhall. These venues are vast and lovely, but we weren't allowed to throw confetti at either location - meaning we had to do the confetti photo at the church regardless.
The short path between the front of the church and the road was just wide enough to form two rows of people, in order that we could get a cracking confetti photo.
The right hand page shows a couple of formal photos that were taken outside the church. Some of the wedding guests weren't going to the afternoon reception, so we made sure to photograph them in any formal photos that the couple wanted outside the church.
The bride and groom had arranged for us to be allowed to take some wedding photos in the grounds of Worcester Cathedral, which was definitely a good move - Worcester Guildhall is a stunning venue for wedding receptions, but lacks the large green expanses that people look for when it comes to wedding photos. As the wedding guests left for the Guildhall, the bride and groom and a handful of immediate family members headed for the Cathedral.