Keythorpe Manor Wedding Photography
My first trip up North to Leicestershire which I still feel very fortunate for. Amy and Adam had booked me through one of their best friends who knows my Wife very well. After checking out my website and social media pages they decided to book me for their Keythorpe Manor wedding. I was over the moon of course and could not wait to meet them both. Both are huge Game of Thrones fans so we share this in common, an easy ice breaker.
I had a great start to the day spending it with the girls documenting their morning. All of them loved a good drink and even offered me a morning gin which, probably, I welcomed with open arms a little too quickly. Furthermore, capturing endless natural moments between best friends resulted in beautiful candid shots. I also got to take a walk around the grounds and document Adam with his guests arriving for the wedding at Keythorpe Manor.
A big, and most noteworthy factor of a Keythorpe Manor wedding, is the fact that the venue has Deer on site. I was first told about this when the guys booked me and was praying we would see them. I can happily say that not only did we meet them but we captured some beautiful moments.
The reception arrived and delivered. After the first dance, every guest stayed fixed to the dance floor so this led to some very candid, drunken action photos. Enjoy!
If you are still looking for a Keythorpe Manor wedding photographer then please get in touch. I would love to hear about your plans. I always recommend couples talking to me first before making any decisions.
Venue – Keythorpe Manor
Dress – Betty Mccaul
Make up – Abi Draycott
Hair – Katie Attwood
Dj – Jack Star
Singer – Sam Neighbour
Florist – Draycotts florist
Venue dressing – Leicester lights
Cake – Sarah Ruth
Keythorpe Manor wedding photography by Jude photography. I am an Essex wedding photographer that covers the UK and destination weddings. I specialise in creative, natural, documentary wedding photography. Photojournalism wedding photography that focuses on the people, emotions, laughter and love. The real moments of a wedding day. I believe this is the most important part of any wedding.