Hambleton Hall Wedding Photography
August 2012 saw me photographing Libby and Tom’s intimate wedding at the beautiful venue of Hambleton Hall in Rutland, Leicestershire.
Hambleton Hall is an absolutely stunning venue and it was definitely one of our hotter days of the summer for their wedding with the sun shining throughout.
The day started for me with Libby, her bridesmaids and mum for the bridal preparations. Prior to the ceremony, I met Tom and their guests who arrived on a very cool single-decker red bus.
Following a beautiful service the wedding party enjoyed celebrations in the beautiful gardens at Hambleton Hall before their wedding breakfast meal.
It’s fair to say, that I love the speeches part of the day when photographing a wedding. I have heard a lot of great speeches but I have to say all the guys did such an amazing job. There was so much laughter and quite a few tears shed and I know everyone thoroughly enjoyed them. The best man was so nervous just before the speeches but he had absolutely no need to be as he blew everyone away.
After the wedding breakfast meal, the red bus was waiting to take everyone onwards to a marquee in their local town where they were to celebrate with more of their family and friends.
As you will see below, Libby looked absolutely gorgeous and her dress was stunning. I would like to take this opportunity of thanking Libby and Tom for choosing me to photograph their wedding. It was an absolute pleasure to be part of your day and meet your families and I wish you all the best in your future together.
Libby and the bridesmaid’s make-up was by Kaye Salmon who I would highly recommend for your wedding make-up.
Libby and Tom booked a shorter wedding photography package and if this is something you are interested in for your own wedding, please visit my micro wedding photography page.
If you would like to discuss your own wedding photography, please contact me.
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I really wanted to share the next sequence of photos which showed such emotion between Libby and her father and her mum.