Amy was the wedding photographer at Hedingham Castle, Essex for Chris & Natasha’s wedding.
I have been photographing this particular group of friends for years now and think this was wedding number 7 from the bunch. And what a wedding! Hedingham Castle on the Essex-Suffolk border is just to die for. The ceremony took place in a Norman keep that was built around 1140. The atmosphere during the ceremony was like nothing I have experienced before throughout a ceremony – the candlelight, the guest-filled balconies and the highlight of the guest singer.
After the ceremony, the bridal party and guests walked over the little bridge and into the beautiful gardens of the house. The wedding breakfast then took place in a marquee attached to the back of the house. A brilliant and very beautiful wedding venue. Take a look:
The bridesmaids entertain themselves whilst the bride gets ready.
I was so intrigued by this dress! Really unusual.
The youngest flower girl has a go on the ancient rocking horse!
I really love this one of Chris and the guys.
Isn’t this dress absolutely gorgeous?
Yasmine, Natasha’s sister pictured here on Natasha’s right, married Griff in 09 in Tuscany and I was there to record it!
Natasha enters the Norman keep. I love this ceremony venue!
‘You may now kiss the bride!’
Lovely moment during the brilliant performance as one of the guests sang.
A beautiful day to suit.
Love this one.
Guests have fun between courses.
I was photographing the couple in the gardens after the meal. We turned round to see a window-full of peeking kids! Love it.
One of my favourites. I think the greenery and red berries really match the Greek theme.
A gorgeous day. Big thanks to Lauren from Hedingham for her help and flawless organization. Thank you folks. -Amy x