Zoe and Richard at Thorney Abbey, Peterborough
26th September 2016
Zoe and Richard booked me to be their wedding Photography after a previous client recommended me. It is so lovely to know that clients are referring me to their friends. I was extremely excited when Zoe told me about their plans to marry at the beautiful Thorney Abbey. it is such a lovely church set in beautiful grounds within Thorney Village in the heart of Cambridgeshire. They chose to hold their wedding reception just a short drive away at Thorney Golf Club. Golf clubs are great venues for creating stunning wedding photographs, the grounds often have Lakes and wonderful areas for the formal Photos of the Bride and Groom and Thorney Golf Club was no exception.
Zoe spent the morning of her wedding day being pampered at home with her Mum and 6 lovely bridesmaids. Everyone was amazingly relaxed, there was pancakes, presseco, lots of laughs and almost as many tears and the coolest wedding shoes ever!!!
The service at Thorney Abbey was as beautiful as anticipated and we used the Abbey as a beautiful backdrop for the formal group wedding photos. Emma from Little Cherubs Photography did a great job assisting me and organising everyone and capturing relaxed images of the guests that help to tell the full story of the day.
The weather was fantastically kind and the guests were able to enjoy a wonderful bbq as the wedding breakfast in the grounds of the Golf Course and after the meal Zoe, Richard and I snuck off to capture some extra bridal couple photographs, taking advantage of the corn field opposite the venue.
Even the 1st dance was an emotional moment with tears of joy from Zoe.
A truly magical wedding day for a wonderful couple. Thank you for letting me capturing your day. Here’s your story 🙂
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Slice of Life Photography
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