Dean Robson Photography

Wedding Photographer Essex & Hertfordshire

Winter Wedding Photography at Crondon Park in Essex

February 27, 2012 on 8:12 pm | In - Wedding Photography Essex, - Weddings, Crondon Park Wedding Photography, Winter Weddings | 1 Comment | Author Dean Robson

Last weekend I photographed this wedding for Lisa and David which took place at Crondon Park Golf and Country Club (www.crondon.com) near Stock in Essex.

I arrived nice and early at the brides home to capture the bridal preparations. The weather was dry but rain was forecast for later in the day.

I then went on to St Johns Church in Havering-Atte-Bower (jamesandjohn.org.uk) and met up with the groom and the guys.

After the ceremony we went outside briefly for a couple of shots before it started to rain.

We all headed to Crondon Park for the wedding reception and some of the guests arrived in a big red bus.

Having photographed at Crondon Park in wet conditions before I decided to use the ceremony room for the group shots as it was to wet for outdoor photographs.

The rain was light enough for a few photographs outside, so we made the most of it. The couple also had a toastmaster on the day, Paul Deacon (www.pauldeacon.com) and he was excellent!

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

The rain had finally cleared and although it was quite a cold evening, it was perfect for some night-lit photographs.

I had a lovely time photographing Lisa and David’s wedding, and it was great to work alongside Paul – the toastmaster as well as all the team at Crondon Park.

By Dean Robson LBIPP – RT Weddings (February 2012) Qualified Member of the British Institute of Professional Photographers – Professional Wedding Photography for Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent

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  1. I cannot recommend Dean enough. The photographs a just wonderful and all that we could have hoped for for our daughters wedding. We especially loved the candid shots taken at the house and during the speeches. Even though the weather was not what we hoped for it made for some dramatic shots outside. We will remember this day for the rest of our lives and have some wonderful images to do that with. Thanks again.

    Comment by Judith Berry — February 27, 2012 #

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