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Winter Wedding Photography at the Reid Rooms Essex

January 18, 2011 on 2:54 pm | In - Wedding Photography Essex, - Weddings, Reid Rooms Wedding Photography, Winter Weddings | Comments Off on Winter Wedding Photography at the Reid Rooms Essex | Author Dean Robson

It was almost Christmas when I photographed this rather snowy wedding for Nicole and Tim.  The wedding took place at the Reid Rooms in Margaret Roding, Essex (www.thereidrooms.co.uk).

After a weekend of snow I wasn’t sure how the weather would be for the wedding. Luckily the snow had stopped and there was blue sky, so I had a good feeling about how the day might turn out.

I caught up with the bride who was getting ready in the cottage at the Reid Rooms and took some pre-wedding photographs.

The groom was in military dress for the occassion, which is a first for me, another box ticked.

It was time for the ceremony and the sun was beaming.

After the ceremony I took a very quick aerial group shot of all the guests before they went to warm up inside the barn.

The rest of the formal group shots took place indoors as it was a bit cold to ask the guests to go back outside.

The bride and groom however were definitely up for some outdoor shots in the snow which was great for me.

We then returned and it was just about time for the meal and speeches.

As you can see, the couple had a toastmaster on the day, Chris Webb (www.the-toast-master.com) who was amazing and extremely helpful during the indoor group photographs. I would certainly recommend him!

As you can see the couple had a sword to cut the cake with, before heading on to the dance floor!

As with most winter weddings we popped outside one more time for a couple of nightlit photographs.

I had a fantastic time with Nicole and Tim, the wintery conditions added to their special day.

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

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