I don’t stay away from Hatfield House for too long, and in 2018 I was fortunate to spend most of wedding season photographing weddings within these beautiful grounds.
Usually I have several meetings or telephone conversations with the couple in the lead up to their wedding day. It’s a chance for me to get to know them as much as possible before their big day.
Kirsty and Toby booked me as their photographer only a short time prior to their wedding day. And with both of them caught up with work and planning, the chance to meet prior to their wedding was not possible.
So, on this occasion the first time I got a chance to get to know the Bride was on the morning of her wedding, with hair and make-up surrounding her.
Kirsty and Toby are quite possibly the most chilled out couple I have ever worked with, they were happy to let their day unfold naturally and just go with the flow.
As a female wedding photographer, of course I get caught up in the day, the details, the bling, and the dress. And what a dress it was, a fairytale complete with side pockets, what more could a Bride want?
2018 treated us to a glorious summer with temperatures that were last matched in 2006. Kirsty and Toby’s wedding day was no exception with bright sunshine the whole day.
The couple chose to marry in the historic St Ethaldreda’s Church in Old Hatfield.
St Ethaldreda’s Church is just a stone’s throw from Hatfield House, making it a perfect choice for couples wanting a church service, whilst hosting their wedding reception at Hatfield House.