ESSEX WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER : A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING AT THE EAST ANGLIAN RAILWAY MUSEUM ESSEX

March 04, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

Well last week I captured my first wedding of 2020 at the amazing Hedingham Castle. This venue never disappoints and it was a glorious day. Over the last few weeks I have been creating numerous wedding albums and filling my diary with family, newborn and engagement shoots. I am pretty booked up until June/July which is fantastic. Loads of sneak peeks on my Instagram and Facebook page, just search Dale Zimmermann Photography!

So onto my sneaky peek! This wonderful couple I actually met at a previous wedding earlier in the year. Crazily even after they had seen my work and met me, they wanted to book me for their wedding! Ha ha! This is always the biggest compliment, and why I love this job. Vicki and Nick contacted me and it was quite clear that they were wanting a really relaxed wedding day surrounded by their friends and family. When they told me what their plans were, I was SUPER excited to capture this wedding. Vicki and Nick were very laid back, but like many of my couples were not fans of having their photos taken. This is the main reason I capture pre-shoots prior to my weddings!

Vicki and Nick decided that we would use the Flitch walk, Rayne, Braintree. This was the perfect place to capture some amazingly different photos. There were puddles galore, and it was time to bring out the inner child! These guys kicked water at one another, jumped in puddles – it was fantastic.

On the wedding day, Vicki and her bridesmaids were getting ready at the father of the bride’s house, before we moved onto the beautiful All Saints Church in Rayne. The service was filled with emotion as Vicki’s Dad gave her away. When the service ended, we grabbed an opportunity to take some group shots against the walls of the church, before then capturing an amazing confetti shot! While everyone moved onto the East Anglian Railway museum ready for the Wedding breakfast, Vicki and Nick had some shots of them together (not before scoffing a scrummy scone!). We then swiftly moved onto the viaducts to make the most of landscape before moving onto the Railway museum.

This is an amazing venue to hold a wedding reception! There are so many places to go and we even had steam train rides! Fantastic! Throughout the afternoon and evening there were so many opportunities to grab some beautiful and unique shots, including moments in the speeches that were hilarious and heartfelt. 

Overall it was a fantastic day, with fantastic guests and more importantly an amazing couple.

Enjoy this sneak peek.

 

 

 


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