Dean Robson Photography

Wedding Photographer Essex & Hertfordshire

Wedding for Piano DJ duo James and Nina

June 21, 2012 on 3:45 pm | In - Weddings | Comments Off on Wedding for Piano DJ duo James and Nina | Author Dean Robson

Wedding for Piano DJ: At the end of May I photographed Nina and James’ wedding at Allens Green near Sawbridgeworth. I have known Nina and James a few years as they are also wedding suppliers and run their musical entertainments business Piano DJ (www.pianodj.co.uk).

The couple had a small, intimate family gathering at Bishops Stortford registry office on the morning of their special day.

 

The brides father had built this lovely bridge over their pond especially for the wedding and it was a great feature for some photographs.

After lots of candid photographs it was time for the ceremony.

The ceremony was slightly different as it was conducted by the toastmaster and hosted on the bridge whilst the flower girls looked on.

The couple then had a tractor ride around the garden, driven by the brides father, this was very unique and a lot of fun too.

We then went off for a romantic shoot utilising the amazing garden.

Next to the garden was a farmers field with lots of beautiful yellow rapeseed in flower, we could not miss this opportunity.

It was time for the meal and also the speeches. Also throughout the day all of the guests had a 5 minute slot to entertain the wedding party.

After a small rain shower the evening brightened up and there was lots of entertainment. I managed to get a couple of evening photos before it was time for the first dance.

I must say it was a privilege to photograph Nina and James’ wedding day and I look forward to seeing them again soon at other peoples weddings as they do offer a great pianist service and evening DJ entertainment.

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

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