Wedding Photography at East Anglian Railway Museum
This was the definitive classic British wedding, with a twist. With a traditional church ceremony, Pimms and high tea reception and stone-baked pizzas and hand-pressed hamburgers throughout the night. As an Essex and Suffolk Wedding Photographer, I get to photograph many fabulous weddings, and I’ve been very fortunate to capture the day at some very interesting wedding venues.
The wedding ceremony took place at their local village church in Black Notley. Following the ceremony, the guests travelled to the East Anglian Railway Museum on a classic London Routemaster, while Sarah, Rob, and I took a slight detour to the viaduct for a quick photo session. We later caught up with the guests being served Pimms on the platform and in the carriages.
After the fabulous wedding breakfast, some guests enjoyed some recreational time travelling on the miniature steam railway. Other guests entertained themselves, riding bicycles and unicycles.
During this time, we headed off for a walk and to get some great photographs. Sarah and Rob were great fun to work with and were happy with all of my suggestions.
The evening guests arrived as the food vans were setting up – perfect timing. With the delicious aromas in the air, the guests were soon lining up to make their order.
With the first dance completed, the dance floor soon filled up with everyone continuing with the spirit of the day and having a wonderful celebration.
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