As a Stamford wedding photographer I’m incredibly lucky to have the marvellous Irnham Hall right on my doorstep. This year I’ve had the pleasure of shooting there four times already and I just love how it looks so beautiful in every season. In fact I love it so much, I’m getting married there myself next Spring, cannot wait!
I’d been looking forward to Jenn and Osian’s Irnham Hall wedding for ages, so when the day finally rolled round I was up bright, early and ready to go! Joined by my marvellous second shooter Liv, we started out photographing both sides of bride and groom prep at opposite ends of the village. I’ve never walked into bride prep and been greeted with such a whoosh of activity, there was so much going on with all the bridesmaids buzzing round doing their thing. Jenn and Osh had promised me lots of fun and lively guests to photograph and they weren’t wrong – all day long their guests were outrageously good fun to photograph, we felt like part of the family in no time. Their ceremony took place at the village church which is right next to the grounds of Irnham Hall , which allowed us to got some great shots of everyone making their way over to the party.
The weather was typically English and did decide to tip it down later in the day, but the lashing rain and beautiful ambient lights of Irnham gave rise to one of my favourite photos of all time…. you’ll see which I mean at the bottom of this post.
So many of Jenn and Osian’s friends and family were involved in making their wedding entirely unique and personal to them, but perhaps none more so than Osh’s mum who made their stunning wedding cake and ran the entire catering operation. What a woman! Other highlights included a very unusual father of the bride speech (set to rap music) and Jenn’s sister Hattie singing their first dance song. I just love little touches like that. I hope you enjoy looking through these lovely photos from this stunning Spring wedding at Irnham Hall.
Venue: Irnham Hall
Flowers: The Flower House Stamford
Hair: Katie Attwood
Cake & Catering: Country Taste
Published January 31st, 2020
I absolutely love photographing colourful, rustic weddings and was thrilled to bits when Hollie and Mark asked me to photograph their day at Irnham Hall last September. Not only was their colour palette a feast for my eyes, but everywhere I looked there were big laughs and huge smiles, so much photographer fodder! This is ...Read More
Published April 9th, 2019
Irnham Hall is, in my opinion, one of the best and most unique wedding venues in the East Midlands. How do I know this? Because I’ve photographed so many weddings there over the last four years and have first hand experience of getting married there myself. If you’re looking for a fantastic venue to host ...Read More
Published September 6th, 2018
As soon as I met Lucy and Tom to talk about their wedding plans I knew I really wanted to photograph their day! I’m a huge fan of outdoorsy weddings (especially when they’re promised to be full of fun and lively guests) and any bride-to-be who is as excited and savvy about photography as Lucy ...Read More
Published December 18th, 2017
As a Stamford wedding photographer I’m really lucky to work in the most gorgeous part of the country. Being based right on the edge of Rutland means a lot of the weddings I shoot take place at private homes and gardens which is great, because each setting is totally unique and pretty unlikely to be ...Read More
Published November 27th, 2017
So last Tuesday was just a typical weekday in my office. Answering emails, editing and planning next year’s shoots. I was actually just clocking off for the evening when a quick glance at my messages stopped me in my tracks – I’d just been Highly Commended for the East Midland’s Best Wedding Photographer in the Wedding Industry Awards. ...Read More
Published May 29th, 2017
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Published May 28th, 2017
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Published May 4th, 2017
Every time I head out to a wedding I go with the sole purpose of creating a beautiful set of images that my couples will love. I’ve never really thought much about entering competitions, but this year I thought it could be a fun thing to try out and am so really thrilled to announce ...Read More
Published September 14th, 2016
Katie and James’ wedding took place at the gorgeous Oakham Castle in Rutland and the William Cecil in Stamford. I absolutely loved Katie’s Mia Mia dress with its stunning floral broderie anglaise and James’ fun geometric tie. These two had obviously put a lot of thought into the look of their day and they styled their ...Read More
Published January 3rd, 2016
It’s always an exciting moment in the wedding world when Pantone announce their colour of the year and 2016 heralded a particularly beautiful choice. For the first time a blend of two colours was selected as the winning shade – Rose Quartz and Serenity. Earlier this year I was very pleased to join a team of amazing wedding suppliers to help showcase their ...Read More
Published November 22nd, 2015
As a Rutland wedding photographer I’m incredibly lucky to visit a place full of gorgeous little villages and rolling hills for my job. As I recently relocated to the area I thought I’d share some of my favourite Rutland weddings to celebrate the beauty of the UK’s smallest county. If you’re getting married in Oakham, Uppingham or ...Read More