Bridget & Russell’s wedding in Suffolk
Before my wife and I got married, I had mentioned to my wife that we should buy a nice umbrella in case it rained on our wedding day. I said I would buy it for her as it would come in handy for me to use for other weddings. Well, the time came at Bridget and Russell’s wedding in the Suffolk countryside.
Rain is a challenge when it comes to weddings in general, and it certainly is a challenge for photographers. You can’t do anything about the rain itself, but here are some tips on working with rain:
Despite some light showers for most of the day, everyone had an amazing time at St Mary’s Church in Kersey, which overlooks a beautiful hamlet in the countryside. The church is built on a hill and you get this beautiful landscape as a backdrop for photographs through the archway.
We then moved onto Wolves Farm for a marquee reception with lot’s of rustic decorations of hessian and neutral sage colours with plenty of bunting too! I love the photos by the pond, with the umbrellas and the reflections!
Check out the full wedding below:
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