Jewish Wedding at Ramster Hall
Nyasha and Dominic’s Jewish wedding at Ramster Hall started with their preparation at The Crown in Chiddingfold, Surrey. It’s an amazingly characterful 14th century inn, located right on the village green at Chiddingfold. There’s an abundance of reclaimed oak beams, sloping floors and creaking floorboards – a great place to start the wedding day. Once ready, Nyasha made the short drive over to Ramster Hall, where an outdoor Chuppah and the guests were waiting. It was great to work with Rabbi Paul again (aka the wedding Rabbi) and the open space in the grounds of this stunning country house meant I could easily move aground and find interesting angles to photograph the wedding ceremony.
Wedding Breakfast in The Long Hall
After the ceremony, guests headed to the Courtyard for drinks and canapes, while the newly-wed couple signed their ketubah. They soon joined the rest of the wedding party, and made great use of the stunning gardens. We took a little time for some family group photos as well as some natural couple portraits, before everyone headed into The Long Hall where the wedding breakfast was served. With it’s 17th century oak beamed ceiling, it made the perfect setting for the wedding speeches and dancing afterwards.
Documentary Wedding Photography
There’s a small selection of photos from the wedding day below, and even more inthe highlights slideshow above. It’s a great summary of the day in under 4 minutes. Family and friends can pre-register here to be notified when the full set of photos is ready. If you’ve enjoyed this Jewish wedding at Ramster Hall, you might also like to have a look at a Jewish wedding at Longstowe Hall in Cambridgeshire, or this Essenden Country Club wedding. Then get in touch if you’d like to see if I’m available for your wedding date, or check out some more documentary wedding photography.
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