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Wedding Photography
Wedding Day, Bridal Fashion Shoot, Engagement, Couples. By Gem Rey

With about 20 years experience in Wedding Photography. Gem Rey’s work has been seen in advertorials in Conde Nast BRIDES Magazine and British VOGUE. In 2011 Gem Rey was asked to feature her photography work at “The Luxury Wedding Show” at “The Saatchi Gallery” London. She was in good company with the likes of the world’s top designers such as “Vivienne Westwood” and jewellery by “Tiffany & Co” and “Cartier”. Gem Rey was asked to do a ‘re-branding’ visual collection for bridal designer “Tiararama”. The images were seen in many publications including British VOGUE.

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Bridal Photography. As seen in VOGUE

Bridal Dress in image above by Jenny Packham Model – Andra Colcer.

To hire photographer ‘Gem Rey’ please send us an enquiry via our contact page.

Location

Greater London, Central London, Amersham, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, Dorset and the UK.

Style

Photographing a Wedding is an important occasion for everyone involved. Gem Rey likes to give the ‘bride and groom’ space to enjoy their day while capturing a lovely collection of images. With a love of black and white photography, this is the direction that Gem Rey tends to shift, however, there will always be splashes of colour in her work too.

  • Pre Wedding consultation
  • Pre Wedding venue visit where possible – but don’t worry it’s not essential
  • No set number limit for photographs provided
  • Beautifully Edited Images
  • Full Day or just a couple of hours.
  • Prints / Framing / Albums available
  • Winter Wedding
  • Weekday Wedding
  • Summer Wedding
  • Spring Wedding
  • Autumn Wedding
  • Most importantly – Enjoy your day
Wedding Photography
Mills and Tom, The Fitzrovia Chapel, Liberty’s, Carnaby Street, Regent’s Street, Tea at Fortnum & Mason’s

Photography

Engagment Photoshoot, Boudoir Photography, Bridal Photography, Wedding Day Photography, Spring Wedding, Summer Wedding, Autumn Wedding, Winter Wedding, Weekday Wedding, Last Minute Wedding, Wedding Dress Photography, ‘Trash The Dress’ Photoshoot.

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Tiararama photoshoot. Re-branding by Gem Rey

Handful of Favourite Venues Worked

Lulworth Castle, Guildhall London, The Tower of London Weddings, The Brig’O’Doon Hotel, Bibury Court, Haven Hotel, Stoke Place, Stoke Park, Compton Acres, Studland Bay, Latimer House, Trafalgar Park, Santuario de bon Jesus, Braga, Portugal, Notely Abbey, The Harbour Heights Hotel, The Compleat Angler, Marlow, Fortnum & Mason, The Fitzrovia Chapel, RSA House, Preston Court Weddings, The Dorchester, The RAF Club London, Laylow,

Recommended Venues, Locations & Suppliers

If you’re looking for a vintage wedding location in the UK that ticks all the boxes in every way then contact Preston Court Weddings in Kent. It’s beautiful there with a carousel and all sorts. I’ve loved photographing Wedding’s at this particular venue. It’s eclectic and unique.

Lovely locations and planners over at Bijou Weddings who look after Notely Abbey. I really loved this venue. In their own words, Notely Abbey: ” A medieval masterpiece that epitomises romance and glamour, this Buckinghamshire country house wedding venue, the former home of Sir Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, has played host to both royalty and celebrity, from Henry VIII to Marilyn Monroe.”

“Stanford Hall” I’ve photographed GIVE! Festival for a few years now at this venue. The grounds are simply stunning and make a wonderful backdrop for anykind of party.

Head pieces by Louis Mariette, milliner extraordinair.

If you need something that is easy to wear and has some classic sparkle, then head over to Jimmy Choo and also check out Moda In Pelle – Bridal Shoes, If you like a more vintage style of shoe check out Rachel Simpson.

Jewellery with a rock’n’roll edge? The Great Frog.

A Little Street Kitchen” is a gorgeous cafe I absolutly love based in Amersham, Buckinghamshire and they also cater for Weddings and events.

Hair – “Oxygen Hair & Beauty” Beaconsfield. They use AVEDA products and offer massage and all sorts of must have pampering getting ready fun.

The Crazy Bear, Beaconsfield – Decadent and fun.

As we all know music makes the world go round, so when you’re planning a party the vibe needs to be just so. Check out award winning DJ Paul Linney. Paul Linney – Wedding DJ.

For some chic and elegant London essence I thoroughly enjoyed photographing a Wedding afternoon tea at Fortnum & Mason. The duck egg blues and the pretty crockery, cutlery and cakes with a good helping of champagne and such an excellent location to be based. So lovely.

If you are getting married in London and are planning a small, intimate ceremony then The Fitzrovia Chapel is absolutly stunning.

Dresses, well for me I’ve simply noted that everytime I see a dress that I love and ask who it’s by, the answer is nearly always Jenny Packam.

Wedding Car

If you’re planning to arrive in something pretty exquisite, such as a classic american Checy, then get in touch. My own little sunshine yellow VW Beetle called “Orbie” is also an option should you wish to have a vintage yet fun addition to your day and photographs.

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London Wedding Fortnum & Mason’s Wedding, The Fitzrovia Chapel, London

Photography Hire

If you’d like to make a booking to hire photographer ‘Gem Rey’ then please do so via the enquiry form on our contact page. Alternatively please send an email to info@gemrey.com with as much information as you can provide to help us get back to you with what you need to know.

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Harriet & Joel’s Wedding Day The Tower of London Royal Beefeaters give guard of honour to the vicar’s daughter. Wedding Photography

Message From Gem Rey

“If you like my style of work and would like me to do your photoshoot / Wedding Photography then I would love to hear from you. If you are just looking for a photographer and are working to a budget that is not a realistic one, then please consider the value in what it truly takes to do this job.”

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