Cambridge Wedding Photographer | Brampton Farm Wedding
Brampton Wedding | Claire & Nick
I have driven past Brampton Church many times when heading to the A1 but never been to a Brampton Wedding. What a beautiful building with a wonderful Vicar. He was so helpful and that makes my job so much easier being a wedding photographer. Along with the church ceremony it would be a Brampton Farm Wedding.
Claire and Nick live in London with their son but Claire’s parents own a stunning farmhouse in Brampton and this is where the reception was being held. The marquee was placed onto the tennis courts which is quite fitting as Tennis played a huge part in getting Claire and Nick together.
Tennis was the theme throughout the day with table names and even a tennis theme to the cake, which was made by the very talented and local Heather from Keen for Cakes.
Being April we did have some glorious sunshine but the day became quite chilly. One of my favourite photographs is of the happy couple having a moment alone on the garden bench with Claire wrapped up in Nick’s thick coat.
Tom’s Kitchen provided the Canapes, drinks and wedding breakfast meal. They certainly provide a wonderful service and i have worked with them before at Anstey Hall and the Thatch Barn, so if you are looking for a catering company, get in touch.
The speeches were heartfelt and a little emotional. Claire’s father had been ill and he was so proud to be able to walk his daughter down the aisle and give her away. Isn’t that every fathers wish?
Congratulations guys, for my first Brampton wedding it was certainly Love all.
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