Wynyard Hall Wedding Photographer

Wynyard Hall Wedding Photographer – A New Wedding Venue

The Grand Marquee at Wynyard Hall is a brand new wedding venue for 2015, and offers an amazing setting for weddings. I was fortunate enough to be the Wynyard Hall wedding photographer for one of the first celebrations there. It was the second part of Preeti and Uttam’s fantastic Indian Wedding. The first part having taken place the week before at Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park. It was a great opportunity to photography at one of North East England’s finest country manor wedding venues.

Indian Wedding Preparations in North East England

The day began at Preeti’s parents house. I joined her for the final preparations before travelling over to Wynyard Hall with Uttam and his family. Once there, his family set about decorating the rickshaw that would carry Uttam to the wedding ceremony. This was the Indian ceremony for their wedding celebration. So there was a lot of dancing and colourful images throughout the day. Starting with the Baraat, or the grooms procession. Once the procession approached the venue, the groom’s family greet the bride’s family. There were some fun negotiations for the groomsmen to pay the bride’s sisters to be able to enter the ceremony. All went well before the Bride and Groom entered the Grand Marquee to get married. The wedding was conducted by Chanda Vyas, the only female Hindu Priest in the UK.

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Following the ceremony, we took a short break in the beautiful gardens surrounding the Grand Marquee to take some portraits before the wedding breakfast and celebrations continued in the Marquee.

Don’t forget to check out the first part of Preeti and Uttam’s Pembroke Lodge wedding.Or check out this garden marquee wedding in Suffolk. And if you’re planning an Indian Wedding and like the look of this natural, documentary style of wedding photography, please get in touch to check if I’m available on your date.

Wynyard Hall Wedding Photographer

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