Normanton Church Wedding Photography | Tom & Claire

normanton church with wedding guests

Normanton Church Wedding Ceremony

We are so lucky to have such a stunning wedding ceremony venue in the UK. Set on the banks of Rutland Water, not far from where I grew up is Normanton Church. Just look at it! Rescued from the flood water when the nearby village was dank in water to create Europe’s biggest reservoir. With water all around it and just a small path leading to it just wide enough for the wedding car, this has got to be the most stunning ceremony location in the UK.

Wedding Photographer at Normanton

Claire and Tom saw the venue when competing in a triathlon and thought that Normanton Church would be the perfect wedding venue for them. The day started in the nearby town of Stamford, before the ceremony in Normanton Church. It makes my life as a wedding photographer so easy to take such nice photos. The great weather on the day helped too. After the fun and emotional ceremony, all the guests piled outside to congratulate the couple before heading to the William Cecil for the reception. With so many angles that stood out to capture this, I ran and ran around trying to find the best. I have to say I loved being a wedding photographer to Normanton Church in Leicestershire.

Fun, Games and Beer Pong

With great weather the day continued with lawn games. Lots of fun with drinks and DIY champagne. Beer Pong seamed the most popular game – for good reason. Pitcher after pitcher of beer was drank. What a great day to be part of. A huge and massive thanks to Tom and Claire for inviting me to be part of their special wedding day. It was a joy being part of it all and I hope you love your wedding photos.

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If you are looking for a wedding photographer for Normanton Church, or any other wedding in the Stamford area please get in touch. I am based in Manchester but travel the length and breadth of the UK photographing weddings. My parents still live in Stamford so their are no additional travel charges for weddings in the Stamford area.

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