Dean Robson Photography

Wedding Photographer Essex & Hertfordshire

Wedding Photography at Churchgate Hotel Harlow, Essex

October 4, 2010 on 5:18 pm | In - Weddings | Comments Off on Wedding Photography at Churchgate Hotel Harlow, Essex | Author Dean Robson

A couple of weekends ago I photographed this wedding for Louise and Terry which took place at the Churchgate Hotel Harlow in Essex as well as taking a special trip to the Gibberd Garden (www.thegibberdgarden.co.uk).

After arriving at the Brides home nice and early I captured the getting ready shots, some formals and also all of the accessories.

It was then time to move on to St. Mary’s Church (www.stmaryschgate.org.uk) which is situated just up the road from the Churchgate Hotel where I met up with the Groom and the boys. I found the familiar face of Richard Palmer the Toastmaster (www.thetoastmaster.co.uk) whom I have worked alongside quite a few times. As usual he was assisting everyone with their flowers, and greeting the guests as they arrived, he is a very helpful gentlemen.

As the couple had a lovely Rolls Royce and the venue was only a minute down the road, we made a dash for the Gibberd Garden which was about 5 minutes away, as it was a chance to give the couple a bit of a breather and also the perfect location to catch some extra special photographs. It was a new experience for me too as I rode upfront in the big Rolls Royce.

We then made our way to the Churchgate Hotel where Richard the Toastmaster had been keeping everyone amused and well looked after.

I managed to position the group shots with the church of St. Mary’s in the background and it shows just how close it was from the church to the venue.

I had a really fun time photographing Louise and Terry’s wedding day, please contact me if you would like me to capture your special day too.

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

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