Oxford and Blenheim Palace Engagement Photography

A misty early Monday morning in central Oxford this week & I met up with Alex & Aggie for the first time, after they had booked me to cover their Wedding Photography at Balliol College, Oxford next year. They were both keen to use the last remaining Autumn colour before it all finally disappears very soon, so we decided to use two of their favourite places, Oxford & Blenheim Palace. A beautifully quiet early morning stroll around Oxford’s back streets followed by a lovely walk in Bleneaim Palace park was just perfect to get to know Alex & Aggie. Chatting about their Wedding day plans and creating a set of relaxed natural portraits of them both is the most beautiful surroundings.

Alex & Aggie’s Oxford & Blenheim Palace Engagement Portraits:Creative Oxford Engagement PhotographyCobbled street of Oxford perfect backdrop for stunning engagement photography Oxford Engagement Photography by local Photographer Neil HansonOxford City centre Engagement PortraitsNatural Oxford Engagement portraits by neil hanson photographyOxford Portrait PhotographyOxford Wedding engagement portrait photography by neil hansonOxford Radcliffe Camera Engagement photosOxford engagement portrait photographyOxford Engagement PhotosOxford Engagement Blenheim Palace Autumn Engagement Photography by neil hansonCreative natural engagement photos at Blenheim Palace in OxfordshireNeil Hanson Engagement Portrait Photography at Blenheim Palace in OxfordshireBlenheim Palace Engagement Photos Blenheim Palace Engagement PhotographyBlenheim Palace Engagement Portraits by Oxfordshire Photographer Neil HansonOxford Engagement Photos

If you are looking for Oxford and Blenheim Palace Engagement Photography or if you are searching for a Wedding Photographer at Balliol College please get in touch I’d love to hear from you.

December 5, 2013 - 23:48

Nancy Remling - So beautiful and unique as usual. 🙂 Do you make photo books for your couples to use as sign in books for their wedding from the engagement photos. I used to do that, and it was a big hit. 🙂


December 8, 2013 - 21:34

admin - Thank you Nancy for your kind comment, to answer your question yes I do 🙂

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