Wedding Photography Three Rivers Golf & Country Club – Emma & Jody

Wedding Photography Three Rivers – Our Wedding Photography for Emma and Jody’s Wedding started at home where Emma was getting ready. Once Emma was ready we took a few bridal portraits together with some pictures with her family and Freya the Flowergirl.  Later we left to go to Christ Church, Braintree, which is where Emma and Jody were to be married.  When we arrived we met Jody, his Parents and his Best Man, Rob. It was spitting with rain but we managed to take a few pictures outside before many of their Guests arrived.  Soon it was time for Jody to go inside as Emma was not far from the Church. Emma went straight inside the Church when she arrived as the weather was not too great, and we just took a few photographs of  the action as it was happening. Emma made her way up the aisle where Jody was waiting for her and the service began.  At the end of the Ceremony it was decided to stay inside as the rain outside was quite heavy. Emma and Jody greeted their Guests whilst David and I organised the close family for a few pictures  in the Church before leaving for the Reception. Three Rivers Golf & Country Club has some small covered areas where we could keep the guests dry whilst we took some other group pictures, although David had to be in the rain to take them!  We found a couple of other sheltered spots for Emma and Jody’s pictures which we were very pleased with as well taking some pictures inside.  With the sky brightening and the rain stopping we managed to squeeze a few minutes with Emma and Jody by the lake before the Wedding Breakfast.  After photographing the Speeches there was a little while before the evening Reception started.  A couple of full moon pictures and some night shots of the Venue with Emma and Jody  were quite special . Emma and Jody cut their Wedding Cake just before having their First Dance together.  A little while later we left them to continue their evening.

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