Kristen and Keith’s Royal Chapel Wedding Windsor
Kristen and Keith’s Royal Chapel wedding in Windsor took place back in October.
I first met the guys at their home over a year ago. It was less of a meeting and more like getting together with old friends. So I was very excited to find out their exclusive wedding venue. As a member of the Royal household, Keith had special permission to marry at the Royal Chapel in Windsor Great park.
The day began with Kristen’s bridal preparations at the Sir Christopher Wren in Windsor. When I arrived the excitement was already building and I was greeted by an even more excited Kristen. She looked absolutely stunning and wore a beautifully designed wedding dress.
The day moved on to the Royal Chapel of all Saints in Great Windsor park, where Keith was awaiting his bride to be. Kristen arrived in a vintage Wolseley Six Eighty police car and Vintage Taxi cab.
A very moving service was held by the Reverend Canon Martin Poll at the Royal Chapel. Guests were in fine voice as they joined in the hymns ranging from Guide Me Thou Great Redeemer to one of my favourites, Jerusalem by William Blake. I couldn’t help but join in.
Following the service the newly weds moved on to Notley Tythe Barn in Buckinghamshire. This ancient Tythe Barn dates back to the 14th Century and provided the perfect location for the couple and guests to enjoy their wedding reception
Following the wedding breakfast, the guests were entertained by the speeches given. Guests were literally rolling in their seats with laughter as they listened to the Groom, Best Man and Father of the Bride. I found myself laughing behind the camera too.
It was a pleasure for me to share in a day filled with so much LOVE and contribute to their special wedding day.
I’ve added a few of my favourite photos below.
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With over 20 years of experience, Graham Lee has been privileged to shoot weddings at some of the finest venues across the UK and around the globe from the Royal Chapel for members of the Royal Household, to marquee weddings, and historic barns to the Taj Mahal in India.