Cambridgeshire Wedding Photographer
Wedding out of the Wedding season?
Ceremony at St James Church, St Neots, followed by reception at the Bars Hotel, Bedford
We all get used to the idea that the best time for YOUR BIG DAY is summer. But how about all those lovely couples, who decided to get married in winter? Yes, in winter in the UK, where we don’t have trees covered in white snow and, actually, quite opposite – we expect to see cold grey days. Mmm, I can reassure you that winter weddings are as good as during the warm season.
Couple weeks ago, I have covered the wedding photography for one adorable couple from Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire. The week before the wedding, I kept checking the weather forecast, since it was very windy and wet….my main concern was – a grey rainy day. Fortunately, the weather was absolutely fantastic to create bespoke wedding photos on the day.
The wedding coverage lasted for about 12 hours…yeah a very long day, but incredibly lovely!
We started off from the 5th Avenue in Bedford. The staff was very friendly and professional. I have added a few bridal preparation photos here, but if you wish to see more wedding images than visit my website www.tatjanaphotography.com
Then, we moved on to the Barns, Bedford Hotel. This place has a lovely wedding venue, and to add to this – the bridal suite looked fantastic. I personally felt that it was a very good opportunity to stay away from the crowd and create lovely posed pictures of the bride in vintage wedding style. Also, I captured the wedding rings, flowers, as well as all the bridesmaids. Take a look at the images at the bridal suite at the Barn, Bedford
The ceremony was held at the St James Church, Little Paxton. The vicar, Annette Reed, is a lovely woman. I have heard good words about her before I even got a chance to meet her! Worth to take this into account 😉 The church is very bright even for the winter day.
Then, we all got back to the Barn Hotel at Bedford, where I took plenty of formal photographs, romantic shots of a new husband and wife, as well as the group shots from the bridal suite window. Look at this 🙂
As the day unfolded, the wedding coverage finished after the cutting the cake and s first dance. I felt truly honoured to photograph unforgettable moments for this lovely and friendly couple.