Beeston Wedding Photography at The Walled Garden
I was really looking forward to providing Abby and Ben’s Beeston Wedding photography at the Walled Garden, this year. It’s a beautiful marquee wedding setting in Nottinghamshire, which meant I could ask one of my favourite second shooters to work with me on their wedding photography. Melissa is based in Nottingham, so had a much shorter commute to start photography with Ben and the groomsmen than I did, traveling from Hertfordshire! After capturing Abby and the bridesmaids getting ready, I headed over to Beeston Free Evangelical Church where the guests had already filled the church, and met up with the groom.
Tea and Cakes After the Wedding
There was much singing and worship during the wedding ceremony, before we all enjoyed tea and cakes after the service. It was a packed church, and this gave Melissa and I some great opportunities for natural documentary wedding photography before the bride and groom headed over to the Walled Garden for the wedding reception. It was a bright but cold early Winter day, so we made good use of the setting sun for some portraits in the garden, before heading back into the marquee to get the family group photos done. I’m predominately a documentary wedding photographer, but understand how important the family group photos and portraits are. So we do them well, and quickly, keeping Mum and Dad happy and the newly-weds get back to the party as soon as possible.
The wedding speeches were during the meal, before the newly-weds cut the cake and their First Dance started the evening party off. If you’re interested in seeing some more of this style of wedding photography, have a look at this Christmas marquee wedding photography, or maybe a garden marquee wedding in Suffolk.
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