It was freezing cold the day that Katie and James got married.
Poor weather is to be expected with winter weddings, that’s part of the deal. But if you plan for it and expect it, then it doesn’t hinder the party at all. In fact it can help it quite a lot. All of your guests all snuggled in one room, ready to celebrate and drink away the winter blues. As I’m sure you can guess, the venue for winter weddings maters quite a lot. You want to make sure you have loads of space for all of your guests to relax and Katie and James decided to have their wedding reception at the fantastic Froyle Park.
With Winter weddings, light and space are most important, and Froyle park had loads of both. Even for large weddings, there was plenty of warm indoor space for the guests to mingle about. There was large windows throughout and so the whole space felt airy, light and open. It also has loads of historic charm being a country estate to add to the backdrop. So there was cold weather outside but a party on the inside.
Katie and James, Thank you so much for having myself and my second shooter Marianne along for the day. You both, and your friends and family were so fantastic to photograph and meet.
“These photos are incredible, you have managed to capture some really intimate moments and so much joy. It is so lovely to go through these photos and see how much everyone was enjoying themselves.