Dean Robson Photography

Wedding Photographer Essex & Hertfordshire

Wedding Photography at The Grange in Northwood near Watford

May 11, 2010 on 1:57 pm | In - Weddings | Comments Off on Wedding Photography at The Grange in Northwood near Watford | Author Dean Robson

On Saturday I photographed a wedding for Sarah and Martin in Watford.

The weather was a little bit mixed and rain was a definite possibility. I arrived at the brides home nice and early to capture the pre-wedding moments. We did manage to get outside for a few too, so I was pleased.

I then took the five minute journey to the All Saints Church (http://www.allsaintschurchleavesden.com/) where I caught up with the groom.

After catching the brides arrival outside, it was time for the wedding ceremony.

After a few select group shots we then took the 20 minute journey to the Grange in Northwood (http://www.lido.co.uk/thegrange.html).

It had started to rain when we got to the venue so I got out my trustee white umbrella!

We did manage to get outside in between showers for the rest of the group shots and I also took some more with the boys as time had been short before the ceremony.

It was then time for the meal and the speeches.

I was lucky to work alongside Chris Kennedy from C&H Video (http://www.chvideo.co.uk) who I have worked with many times and it is always a pleasure.

The couple had an amazing looking cake!

As the rain had cleared up we went back outside for some more photographs.

The evening party started and it was time for the first dance.

I had a really fun day photographing Sarah and Martin’s wedding and wish them every success in the future even though Martin’s a Spurs fan :)… After the full day of capturing, there was just time for a couple more shots.

By Dean Robson – RT Weddings (May 2010) Professional Wedding Photographer for Essex, Hertfordshire, and Kent

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