Wedding Photography Fennes for Gemma & Martin

Wedding Photography Fennes for Gemma & Martin

Gemma and Martin’s Wedding took place at the wonderful Fennes in the Autumn last year. They chose to have all their Wedding at The Fennes Estate. On the morning of the Wedding it was dry outside, allowing us to take a few pictures of Martin and his Groomsmen. Meanwhile, the girls were upstairs carrying out their final preparations. We had time to take a few Bridal portraits as everything was running on time before Gemma went down the stairs to where her Father was waiting for her.

Wedding Photography Fennes bride before wedding The Civil Ceremony was held in the Pavilion and once the Guests were seated, and Gemma had entered the room, the Registrars conducted the Ceremony. Unfortunately, the dry day didn’t continue, the rain came, so when the Ceremony had finished Gemma and Martin made their way upto the front of the house and made use of the rooms to socialise.  Keeping the Gold Room free allowed us, a little later on, to get on with taking the requested family pictures. We were able to use the steps outside Fennes for a couple of photos before it was dry enough to go over to the Bridge. The Bridge is a popular feature of Fennes and we do try to get a couple of pictures of the Bride and Groom on there, come what may!Essex Wedding Photographer Fennes classic photography Gemma and Martin were happy for us to take a couple of pictures amongst the leaves. Confetti pictures were taken in the Gold Room later prior to the Wedding Breakfast, as well as a couple of more together pictures.Fennes Recommended Wedding Photographer confetti photoWe had run out of time before the Wedding Breakfast to take the ‘everybody’ shot so after covering the Speeches, so the front of house Co-Ordinator, Lottie, requested Guests make their way to the front of the house. In next to no time we had taken this shot and everyone went back into the house to await the evening celebrations.Recommended Wedding Photographer Essex night time After making sure we had a selection of informal pictures during the evening and after the First Dance it was time to say ‘goodbye’.

 
 
 

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