Wedding Photography at Eaves Hall
Rebecca and Mathews Beautiful Eaves Hall Wedding Photos are currently right up there with my fondest wedding memories. They were a total hoot to spend the day with!
I had already met these two characters a few times prior to the wedding, which isn’t always the case for me. We even went for a walk around my local park to get some lovely photographs of them both prior to the wedding. Hopefully I’ll get to hang out with them again in the future.
If you’re getting married at Eaves Hall, I’d love to hear from you.
A Selection of Wedding Photos taken at Eaves Hall
Enjoy these highlight photos, shot by Paul Waring at Eaves Hall.
Bridal Preparation and the First Look at Eaves Hall
The wedding day began at the picturesque Eaves Hall, where I had the pleasure of capturing the bridal preparation moments. Meanwhile, my second photographer joined Matthew and his groomsmen just down the road.
Rebecca and Matthew decided to embrace the tradition of a “first look” before the ceremony. While this practice has been prevalent in America, it’s slowly gaining popularity here as well. The first look can be a beautiful way to ease nerves and savor the private moment of seeing each other for the first time.
Eaves Hall Ceremony
Following the heartfelt first look, an equally emotional ceremony unfolded at Eaves Hall. Rebecca and Matthew chose a civil ceremony, and the photographs captured the tearful expressions of the wedding party as they immersed themselves in the meaningful proceedings.
Wedding Reception Photography
The ceremony was followed by a joyous drinks reception and a spirited confetti toss. As a documentary wedding photographer, I absolutely adore this part of the day. The guests are filled with happiness, eagerly greeting and congratulating the newlyweds.
We were also delighted to have the exceptionally talented Wayne Farrow providing entertainment throughout the day. With his performance, the atmosphere was set for a celebration. From the drinks reception to heartfelt speeches, and as the evening unfolded, we joyfully danced the night away (I might have even shaken my ass a little).
Fujifilm Wedding Photography at Eaves Hall
As a photographer who values candid moments, I prefer to work with lightweight equipment that allows me to move freely and capture genuine emotions. For all the Eaves Hall wedding photos showcased above, I relied on my trusty Fujifilm XT-3 cameras, accompanied by two prime lenses: the 18mm f1.4 and the 33mm f1.4.
Now, I understand that these technical details might seem like I’m talking bubbles to some readers. However, I do receive visits from fellow wedding photographers and photography enthusiasts who appreciate such information.