Wedding Inspiration Shoot at That Amazing Place
As a wedding photographer I am lucky enough to meet and work with some exceptionally creative wedding suppliers and see some beautiful locations. Claire over at Lily and May is easily one of my favourite floral artists that I have worked with, so I was really excited about this inspiration shoot at That Amazing Place in Harlow. Her elegant, romantic and whimsical designs just add so much to a wedding. And on top of that, she’s pretty darn nice too!
In truth I’d never heard of this gorgeous wedding venue based in Harlow and initially couldn’t really workout how to place the name. But once you arrive, you quickly realise exactly why it’s called That Amazing Place. It really is an “amazing” wedding venue. The layout is just the right amount of intimate and the grounds are wonderful.
As our shoot was inspired by the Green pantone that is 2017, according to these clever folk www.pantone.com/color-of-the-year-2017, we decided to take advantage of the space inside the venue so you could really so how brilliant the Green Leaf wall looked, masterfully created by Claire.
When taking portraits I always try to keep things looking as natural as possible using only available light in most cases. This keeps pictures looking dynamic and allows you to really feel the space being photographed. The quality of light at the That Amazing Place really was great. Various large windows can be found throughout the venue which gave so many opportunities to capture our portraits. The subtle styling of our bride, along with the bold green and gold colour theme were fantastic to work with and looked beautiful when it all came together. As featured on www.LoveMyDress.net
Our fabulous collective of suppliers and stylist worked so well to create this elegant and inspiring look so if you’re planning your big day why not pop over and say hello, I’m sure they’ll love to hear from you.
More information on That Amazing Place Wedding Venue;
“Nestled in the Essex countryside, That Amazing Place (also known as “Hubbards Hall”), was originally built in the 15th century as a monastery. For many years this grade II listed hidden gem was occupied as a residential property, until its current owners decided to renovate and re-open it as the beautifully elegant venue that it is today.”
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