WINTER WEDDING AT BROCKET HALL

Brocket Hall wedding photography is always a fun challenge. There is always so much opportunity for stunning photographs, the challenge is holding back from turning the day into one big photo shoot! Once again this year, we were blessed with an unseasonably good weather for this time of year especially considering less than a week previous it was nearly -10 degrees and snowy. Helen and Toby’s wedding day was warm and dry, we even had most of the drinks reception outside on the front lawn. The sun tried it’s best to peak out from behind the clouds but eventually gave up after only a brief showing. Helen was radiant all day and Toby certainly looked like the cat who got the cream. Toby’s father must also get a mention for his earnest efforts in making sure that there were enough empty jeroboam bottles of fine wine to make the table name holders – I think a few of the ushers were keen to make sure there were plenty more after the wedding.

You were first class on the day and a pleasure to have with us (which is certainly not the case with many photographers at weddings!!).  The photo’s that you took all look amazing and you captured the day perfectly.  There are so many pictures that we just say, ‘crikey, how has he captured that….’  Everyone that has seen them has been nothing but seriously impressed with your work and we cannot thank you enough.  Also, the time that it took you to have all the photo’s available to us, both in soft and hard copies, was exceptional (I think my brother was waiting about 2 months after his wedding).  The licence you have given us along with the discs etc is fantastic and we are really grateful. 

Here’s one of my favourites from the day,looking over the lake at Brocket Hall. Many more images to follow. If you would like to see the images when they are ready – and Helen and Toby have seen them (!) please fill in this form.

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