Dean Robson Photography

Wedding Photographer Essex & Hertfordshire

Wedding Photography at Great Hallingbury Manor

February 28, 2012 on 1:49 pm | In - Wedding Photography Herts, - Weddings, Great Hallingbury Manor Wedding Photography | Comments Off on Wedding Photography at Great Hallingbury Manor | Author Dean Robson

Last Saturday I photographed this wedding for Cheryl and Andrew which took place at Great Hallingbury Manor (www.legacy-hotels.co.uk/hotels/great-hallingbury-manor-stansted) near Bishop’s Stortford in Hertfordshire.

I arrived at the venue on a beautiful, sunny day and unseasonably warm for a February wedding.

The bride and the girls were getting ready in the bridal suite which is in a separate building to the main hotel and was great for the bridal preparation photographs.

The boys were also getting ready at Great Hallingbury Manor over in the main hotel.

It was time for the ceremony.

After the ceremony I took the formal family group photographs nice and quickly so everyone could then relax and enjoy the drinks reception.

After some refreshments and mingling, I then borrowed the bride and groom for a quick romantic shoot utilising some of the fantastic backdrops the venue has to offer.

The low winters sun gave these photographs an almost sunset feel.

We headed inside for the meal, the speeches and the cutting of the cake.

The evening guests arrived and the nights entertainment began with the first dance. The DJ was Ashley Moore from Floor Filler Events (www.floorfillerevents.com) and it was very colourful.

Great Hallingbury Manor is a very well lit venue at night, so with the aid of my video lamp and one of the ushers to hold it for me I was able to capture these stunning night lit shots.

I had a really fun time photographing Cheryl and Andrew’s special day and it was good to return to Great Hallingbury Manor again.

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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