nb. Although I am a full time profesisonal wedding photographer based in Manchester, Stamford is my home town and do not charge any travel costs for Stamford wedding photography. Please get in touch.
It was an honour to be invited by an old school friend to photograph his Stamford wedding earlier this year. Harry and Hollie now both live in Hong Kong and everything was arranged with me by email. They have a young son who was top all day – my favourite photo of him was him enjoying the breeze from the fan during the speeches you’ll see!). I couldn’t be more excited about their wedding day as they were getting married at All Saint’s church in the town centre, and then going to one of my favourite wedding venues in Stamford – The William Cecil. Hollie and her bridesmaids got ready at the hotel in the morning. I traveled down the night before and stayed with my parents who still live in Stamford.
I was forbidden to take ANY photo in the church after Hollie had walked down the isle, however this doesn’t stop me sneaking one or two shots off. The photo above happened while Harry and Hollie knelt in prayer at the front of the church. The ushers decided to do a wedding selfie. A photo that has been well received on Facebook and twitter – one of my all time favourite photos. After their Stamford wedding photography, they headed back to The William Cecil for a garden party. The weather held off. Hollie (and Harry?) had arranged so many fun things for the lawn at The William Cecil – cider, ice-cream, croquet, hay bales for seating, and much more. Te sun was beating and it was the perfect wedding garden party the couple were hoping for.
What an incredible day! Loved being a wedding photographer in Stamford again and looking forward to returning again soon. Big congratulations to Harry and Hollie, just about to send your Folio album off to be made just in time for Christmas. 🙂
I absolutely love Stamford wedding photography. Nothing can beat walking down the street in Stamford for some natural and relaxed photos.
Stamford Wedding Photography at The William Cecil by David Stubbs