Headlam Hall Wedding Photography

Headlam Hall Wedding Photography | Anne Marie and Martin | And Ever After Photography

Headlam Hall Wedding Photography by And Ever After Photography.

We have known Ann Marie and her family for a very long time and were delighted to be asked to photograph Anne Marie and Martin’s big day.  Bridal preparations were well underway when we arrived, however  everything stopped for a cuppa and a bacon sandwich before Anne Marie was whisked upstairs by her sister and her Mum to put on her bridal gown. There were  a few tears shed at the big reveal  or was just a bit of grit in your eye Mike?  Meanwhile  Martin was waiting at the church, and by his own admission was feeling nervous. He didn’t have to wait long before Anne Marie arrived and they became Mr and Mrs Bell. A special moment was Anne Marie’s grandad who is a hundred years young  in church to see and celebrate the ceremony.

Confetti thrown and we headed off to Headlam Hall to continue the days celebrations.  We photographed the laughs, the tears and some wonderful together shots of Anne Marie and Martin. They both could not believe just how quick their day went. The cake was cut and the bouquet thrown (well caught Aiden) then this fantastic day was finished with awesome live music from The Cartells that got the dance floor buzzing. The band was made of up of some family members with a guest appearance today from Chris the best man with his banjolele.

Many congratulations to Anne Marie and Martin on your wedding. Thank you for choosing us to photograph your first day as Mr and Mrs Bell.

If you are planning your wedding at Headlam Hall and like what we do why not get in touch with us to see if we are available for your big day.

To view our services and prices for wedding photography please click here or contact us to enquire about your own special day by clicking the link at the top of the page – Thank you.

Please enjoy just a few of the special moments from Ann Marie and Martin’s  big day x.

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