Kelly & Paul’s Wedding – Langton House, Hornchurch, Essex

On the 16th July, 2016 I had the pleasure of returning to Langtons House again for Kelly and Paul’s Wedding day.

Kelly arrived looking absolutely stunning and when Paul saw her you certainly could see he felt exactly the same. Langtons always provide a beautiful service and they didn’t disappoint.

It was a pleasure taking the formal group images. Kelly & Paul’s family and friends were absolutely lovely and made things super easy. They were all up for trying something different including the boys giving the groom the bumps.

Photographing Kelly & Paul for their couple shots was great fun. They are a truly lovely couple and you can see the love between them. Both looked absolutely fantastic and I love the images we produced.

The evening reception was held at The Concord Club in Canvey Island, Essex. The decor was beautiful. What stood out to me most was all of the finishing touches especially the items that were there for absent loved ones.

Speeches, as I have mentioned before in previous blog posts, are one of my favourite parts of a wedding. The speeches were brilliant; emotional, loving and funny. With the best man even providing large photographic props to support his speech.

As soon as the evening was in full swing I saw some incredible dance moves on the floor. The DJ didn’t disappoint with the music choices and his personality. Along with the backdrop and props I had set up for a photobooth experience the evening reception was great fun! (Pictures to come in the next blog post).

A thoroughly enjoyable day and I was so grateful to be able to capture your special day. Before I share some images from the day I want to take this opportunity to thank Kelly & Paul for choosing me to photograph your day and to wish you a lifetime of happiness. Again a massive congratulations.

Jen x


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