Newland Hall is one of my most favourite wedding venues in Essex, and I am fortunate enough to photograph there quite a lot. Coral and Martin were married at this popular Essex Wedding Venue back in September of 2014. Coral prepared for the day at her parents fantastic home in Ramsden Bellhouse and it was there I started photographing the events of the day. On this occasion I was joined by Richard Knight from White Dress Films, at superb wedding videographer. We work quite well together capturing all the fun and emotion of the day.
From there I set off for Newland Hall where I met Martin, his best man and the ushers for some pictures of them as they waited for proceedings to begin. The day was little overcast and although it threatened to rain it never actually did, which was great as I like to make good use of the lovely gardens at Newland Hall. Before long Coral arrived with her proud Dad in a lovely Jaguar wedding car.
The couple were married in the delightful custom-built gazebo located in the garden just behind the marquee. After the wedding ceremony the couple were joined by all the wedding guest at the front of Newland Hall for the formal group photographs. Then I took Coral and Martin away for some photos of them alone.
Newland Hall has numerous fantastic backdrops for wedding photography and I always try to make good use of them all. After photographing the speeches, which were fantastic, Richard and I took the couple for short drive to find a field with a clear view of the sunset and it was there we captured some of the more memorable images from the day.
As always I finish up with pictures of the cake being cut and the first dance. By the way please check out the fantastic wedding cake! This was a lovely wedding that was a privilege and pleasure to photograph. I have just completed the couples wedding album for which they chose the pictures, and it looks superb!
Below are a few of my favourite images from the day and if you have the password you can view them all by going to my website here and clicking on ‘Client Galleries’: