Note: This is the second part of Andy and Emma’s wedding photograph post, the first part can be found here.
After their marriage at St Mary’s Church Buttsbury, Essex our intrepid bride and groom (they had to be intrepid on a lovely crisp October day to ride in an opentop trap) enjoyed a horse and trap journey back to their reception venue – the stunning 16th century Ingatestone Hall. I’ve been lucky enough to shoot a beautiful styled shoot inside this lovely Essex wedding venue in the past, so knew what to expect, how to handle the often tricky lighting (those gorgeous oak panels just suck up light) and the best places to shoot. Decked out in style by the bride and groom – who extended their lavender theme with a vintage twist, the hall and dining room looked stunning - massive attention to detail in this wedding made sure the important things were taken care of. Once all the wedding guests had arrived, drinks, dinner, dancing and more smiles were the order of the day for the reception. Music courtesy of the The Milkshakers. Second shooting courtesy of the ever trusty Konrad (konfraldotcom).