Wedding photography at Sywell Grange

Wedding at Sywell Grange

The wedding was held at a wonderful rustic country side venue in Northampton.
It was a beautiful wedding to photograph, the weather was brilliant, bride and the bridesmaids had a lot of fun getting ready for the big moment and the groom and friends were amazing on the dance floor.

The day started at the brides house were the bride and the bridesmaids got ready with bubbles, strawberries and some serious curling iron action. The flowers for the wedding were all homegrown by brides mother which resulted in the most gorgeous bouquet of wildflowers. The dress was gorgeous and the brides mates looked wonderful matching the wedding theme. Photographing the morning party was the most fun and when she got her dress on the reactions from family members was just amazing. One of my most favourite moments of the day is when everyone is ready for the big moments and the bride realised that she really is getting married that day.
The emotions and excitement in the room is always contagious and leaves you feeling excited to go to the ceremony. The ceremony was beautiful in the dramatic town hall of Northampton. The acoustic music when the bride walked in was moving and the couple were just so happy to see each other knowing there were about to get married and continue the life they had been making together as husband and wife. Of course after the ceremony there was the exiting paper machine throwing which is always the winning shot in the album! It was so much fun catching the shot of them coming out of the hall, and it resulted in a beautiful photograph. The reception was held at Sywell Grange in a beautiful marquee. The marquee was beautifully decorated with wildflowers and lights. With the dance floor lit up ready for some party making. The weather was so good that guests stayed out until late and kept on going playing games on the field after hours. The kids and grownups had marshmallows on the fire pit and rest of the party danced and bogged on the dance floor to old tunes played by a local band. Bride and groom danced the night away with family and friends.