Dean Robson Photography

Wedding Photographer Essex & Hertfordshire

Wedding Photography at Fanhams Hall

October 14, 2011 on 4:53 pm | In - Wedding Photography Herts, - Weddings, Fanhams Hall Wedding Photography | Comments Off on Wedding Photography at Fanhams Hall | Author Dean Robson

In mid-September I photographed this wedding for Chloe and Steve which took place at Fanhams Hall (www.ehvenues.com/fanhams-hall-hotel/the-venue/) in Ware, Hertfordshire.

I arrived at the brides home on the morning of the wedding and the forecast was for some rain showers.

Whilst photographing the shoes outside, the family cat came over and introduced himself.

I then headed for the church and the rain began.

During the ceremony, the rain stopped briefly and a gorgeous beam of sunlight shone down on the couple as they made their vows.

As we left the church the rain continued so we all made the journey to Fanhams Hall, by the time we arrived the sun was shining and the clouds had disappeared.

The couple had a toastmaster, Clive Maynard (www.toastmaster4u.com) and we decided to take the group photographs straight away as we didn’t know if the rain would return.

Again not wishing to miss out on the weather we took the opportunity of utilising the gardens for the couple’s romantic shoot. Fanhams Hall has some amazing grounds!

We then made our way back to the drinks reception and the weather continued to stay dry and quite pleasant.

I was on hand to capture any portraits and couple shots for the guests. I bumped into Sonya and Steve who’s wedding I photographed in 2010.

It was then time for the wedding meal, the speeches and the cutting of the cake.

Having a toastmaster really can help the day run seamlessly and smooth, Clive was fantastic, especially his assistance during the group photographs.

I had a great time photographing Chloe and Steve’s wedding and the rain stayed away at the right times during the day.

By Dean Robson – RT Weddings (September 2011) Professional Wedding Photographer for Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent

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