The Granary Estates Wedding- Jamie and Charlie

Today has largely been spent indoors because quite frankly the weather is cold, wet and depressing; so what better day to put out a blog of a wedding at The Granary Estates (also known as Granary Barns), which was shot on probably the hottest day of the summer back in 2019 (yes, I know that is coming up two years ago now, but let’s just pretend 2020 didn’t happen shall we and say this wedding was shot only last year, makes me feel better and also not so crap at keeping up with blogging).

Jamie and Charlie are a very sweet couple and it was a pleasure to document their special day. The day started out with Jamie and her entourage getting ready at the lovely Bedford Lodge in Newmarket. I’m well familiar with Bedford lodge having shot a wedding there before, but today it was just the venue for bridal preparations before the party made their way over to the stunning Granary estates. Charlie and his groom’s party I left in the ever capable hands of my most regular and trusted of second shooters, Andrew Kahumbu, some of whom’s work you can see in this blog. His excellent eye for a photo compliments my own images perfectly, and is the main reason I have always included such talented second shooters as part of my packages as standard; two photographers is just better….period.

I loved shooting at this place and had wanted to for a while and I am lucky enough to be going back there in the near future. If it could be just a little cooler that would be awesome; did I mention it was the hottest day of the year?! Anyway, I hope you enjoy looking through this lovely wedding and as ever, if you are planning a wedding yourself and are looking for a photographer, do get in touch via the contact form at the bottom of the page, I’d love to hear from you!

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