Tamsin & Greg - 13th June 2015 - Braxted Park
We had the fantastic pleasure of photographing Tamsin and Greg's wedding at the amazing Braxted Park wedding venue in Essex. The venue itself is centred in the heart of Essex and offers beautiful unique parkland, providing many idyllic backgrounds for stunning photographs.
From the moment we met Tamsin and Greg it was obvious how very much they are in love and how excited they were for their big day! And we couldn't wait to get started!!
Both got ready in different locations at the the venue. The girls in the Bride’s Room and the guys in the Garden Cottage. We arrived nice and early to make sure we could capture every little detail (especially the amazing flowers by Lily and May) and record the day right from the beginning.
Once ready, they met for their civil ceremony held in the the stunning Orangery Room in the main house and Tamsin looked totally stunning in her dress, as she was escorted down the isle by her very proud Father.
After they became Mr and Mrs, we took them to the front of the main house for a few portraits before taking them into the wall garden via the long walkway and confetti shower.
The day continued with the formal group photographs before we took Tamsin and Greg through the gardens for some more stunning portraits of a very happy couple.
Soon everyone was seated in the Grand Marquee for the wedding breakfast and as usual, the food was fantastic!! The speeches were truly entertaining with Tamsin’s dad starting things off, followed by Greg and his best man and this set the scene for the evening entertainment, provided by Silver Sparks Disco and judging by how packed the dance floor was, everyone had a great time!!
Tasmin and Greg, your day was simply amazing and you really do make the perfect couple! We are so pleased you chose us to photograph your special day and we thank you for making us part of it!! We wish you all the best in your future together and we look forward to seeing you again soon!
Please enjoy reliving Tamsin and Greg's special day through the photographs below :-)