Hatfield House – An Unusual Wedding Venue in Hertfordshire
Here’s what Julia and Dayalan had to say about their recent documentary wedding photography at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire:
“Professional from start to finish, the photos were among the very best we’ve seen for any wedding. Paul was so polite, unobtrusive, understanding and efficient on the day and he captured it all perfectly. A high standard of photography and the customer service before and afterwards was outstanding too. Highly recommend him and will be recommending him to all others who would be interested.”
It makes such an unusual wedding venue in Hertfordshire because of the diverse settings – from the historic 15th Century Old Palace through to the modern Riding School.
A London Church Ceremony
Before I got to the Old Palace, we started with Julia’s preparations at the K West Spa Hotel in London before an energetic and thoroughly enjoyable wedding ceremony at Kensington Temple. When Dayalan and Julia met, they were both in the congregation at the largest Elim Pentecostal Church in the UK. So the ceremony there was full and had an excellent atmosphere. True to tradition, the bride was a little late, after a makeup artist didn’t anticipate how low London driving speeds are! But she arrived in some style, in a blue Mustang.
Hatfield House Wedding Reception
The wedding party then travelled up to Hatfield House for the wedding reception. The Jacobean House makes a truly unique setting for a wedding celebration in Hertfordshire.
Hopefully you can see the variety as a Hatfield House wedding photographer. If you’re planning a wedding at this wonderful Hertfordshire venue, and like the look of my style of un-posed documentary photography, check out some more weddings: A Chic London RSA House wedding, or perhaps another superb mansion house near to London – a Botleys Mansion wedding.
If you’d like more information about my photography, fill in my contact form to see if I’m available to photograph your wedding.