Alex and Gareth chose the stunning Grade I listed house Glemham Hall for their nuptials and what a beautiful venue this is. It’s got the grand factor inside with huge windows and large formal rooms, and the most stunning grounds with rose garden and a long sweeping driveway. There’s almost too much choice from a photography perspective, but I wasn’t complaining! I was just so glad the forecast rain didn’t arrive.
The marquee had been decorated with a nod to the Secret Garden, with hand-cut garden flowers in pastel colours, placed within customised jam jars, created by Myrtle & Mint. The wedding favours were mini jars of jam, handmade by the mothers of the bride and groom, such a unique and personal idea! I absolutely love marquee receptions for how much natural light there is, which is perfect for detail shots!
After the wedding breakfast, all the guests enjoyed ice-creams served by Alex & Gareth from a vintage ice-cream bike by Benecci Ice Cream Bikes.
Alex’s mother is from the Philippines, and many of the extended family had flown over for the occasion including Alex’s cousin who was very proud to give her away.
Gareth and Alex both beamed from the moment they saw each other as Alex made her grand entrance down the huge stairway. And the smiles continued all day long! It was a privilege to part of such a lovely wedding.
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You can also see this lovely wedding over on the English Wedding blog..
What the Clients Said…
On receiving their gallery, Alex sent me this lovely message….
“We were so amazed that these are finished already! Thank you so much! We couldn’t wait to see them and when they came through we were really excited to sit down and go through them. We absolutely love them (we knew we would!). Thank you again for all your hard work on the day and post-wedding. We are so happy that we have these beautiful photos to keep and look back on.”
If you are looking for a Suffolk Wedding Photographer, or photographer for Glemham Hall, please do get in touch, I would love to hear from you.