Columbine Hall wedding photography of Nina and Jeremy

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Columbine Hall wedding photography of Nina and Jeremy

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Columbine Hall wedding photography. This blog post is going to be particularly big as there was so much to photograph for the Columbine Hall wedding of Nina and Jeremy. They had both put so much time, effort and energy into making all the little details from the day to create an amazing vintage themed wedding. Columbine Hall is a great little find hidden in Suffolk, beautiful gardens, amazing moated house and excellent barn to do with what you like. And Jeremy and Nina did exactly that. Spending an impressive amount of creative energy filling the barn up with decorative details. Here are a few (well, a lot!) of my favourite images from the day.

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  • Timothy

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    Fantastic work. Lots of unique shots. I love the frames. Caught me for a loop for a second. Very original.

    26th August 2011 at 10:18 pm
  • Jeremy

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    We were so very lucky to have such a talented photographer capture our magical day. The joy and emotion James captured during our wedding will last a lifetime. For anyone scrolling through this blog Nina and I cannot recommend James highly enough, his unobtrusive and informal style meant we could enjoy our day, as demonstrated by his stunning images.

    26th August 2011 at 8:16 pm
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