I was really excited when the day came for Laura and Mitch’s Normanton Church wedding. Not only is Normanton one of my favourite venues in Rutland but Laura had been hinting at the style of wedding they had planned and I knew it was going to be a very, very good one!
This was actually the first time I’d had the pleasure of following up a wedding ceremony at this stunning church with a reception at its neighbouring venue, Normanton Park Hotel. Laura and Mitch really put a lot of effort into the look and feel of their day, focusing on the key colours of coral and baby blues to accent the styling. Laura is actually a stationery designer and created so many little personal touches for the day with immense attention to detail. From filling every corner with delightful little trinkets right down to getting white tipped matches to light sparklers in the evening. Now that’s dedication! I hope you enjoy browsing through their lovely photos.
As a wedding photographer in Rutland I always feel at home shooting at Normanton Church. It’s such a welcoming venue with lots of natural light and no matter how many times I shoot here I love looking for new ways to capture it. I feel so lucky having this beautiful venue on my doorstep and am proud to have photographed lots of weddings here over the last five years.
You can see many more examples of Normanton Church Wedding Photography on my website and if you’re looking for a Normanton Church Wedding Photographer please do get in touch to see if I’m available on your date – I’d love to hear from you.
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 June 2nd, 2017
I’d been looking forward to Kelly and Chris’ Rutland wedding since I got their very first email way back in July 2015. It’s always exciting when you receive a wedding enquiry with lots of detail and after reading their first message I was sold! Kelly and Chris’ wedding took place at Normanton Church and Broccoli Read More
Published May 29th, 2017
Charli and Will’s Rutland wedding was full of the sights, sounds and scents of the English countryside. In fact when I look back through their pictures I can still smell the beautiful herbal centre-pieces and honey-scented bouquets – divine. Set in the beautiful Rutland village of Barrowden with over 120 guests, Charli and Will’s wedding Read More
Published January 4th, 2017
Gemma and Tom’s gorgeous summer wedding took place at two of my favourite wedding venues in Rutland – Normanton Church and Barnsdale Gardens. Now it’s fair to say colourful and creative weddings always get me extra excited, but add in two stunning locations like this and I’m in photography heaven! When Gemma and Tom got in Read More
Published September 1st, 2016
NORMANTON CHURCH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER As a Rutland wedding photographer I’m really lucky to have the beautiful Normanton Church on my doorstep. I’ve photographed lots of weddings here over the years and it’s still my most favourite venue in the area. ABOUT NORMANTON CHURCH WEDDINGS Apart from being simply stunning Normanton Church is one of the Read More
Published February 1st, 2016
Anna and Locky’s wedding took me to Penshurst Place for the first time – a stunning manor house wedding venue in the Kent countryside. We were blessed with gorgeous sunshine on their day in July which really showed Penshurst Place and its enormous gardens at their very best. My day began capturing Anna’s morning preparations at her parents’ home Read More
Published December 19th, 2015
I feel very lucky to meet so many lovely couples and I knew I’d enjoy working with Kay and Gareth from the moment we met. Their Uppingham wedding took place at Uppingham School in Rutland, an unusual and beautiful venue complete with its own chapel and big open courtyards. The vibe was very relaxed with a vintage Read More
Published December 9th, 2015
As a wedding photographer in Rutland, I’ve been waiting to shoot a wedding at Barnsdale Gardens for a long time. This venue only hosts a few weddings each year, so I was incredibly pleased when Jodie and Kieran got in touch about their wedding plans for June 2015. Jodie and Kieran wanted their wedding to 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
Published April 5th, 2015
I was so excited for Kelly & Toby’s wedding in August 2014 I could barely sleep the night before. Thats not an exaggeration either and I’m sure you’ll see why in the blog post below… Kelly and Toby wanted a totally non-traditional wedding. No frills, no fuss and, unusually for me as a wedding photographer, no posed photos Read More
Published April 7th, 2014
I always get excited when I receive an enquiry for a wedding at Normanton Church in Rutland, so when I heard about Michelle and Ben’s plans for a rustic winter wedding there I knew it was going to be a great day. I was also excited to be visiting a new wedding venue, Ladywood Estate, Read More
Published February 15th, 2014
October 2012 saw me back in London for Ellen and Toby’s wedding, which I suspected would be full of visual delights as Ellen is a rather creative newspaper designer. True to form Ellen and Toby made all their decorations themselves and were joined by an army of volunteers to transform their venue into a unique Read More