Weddings are back, albeit reduced in size. Gary and Charlotte decided to go ahead with their wedding, with a planned celebration back in Ireland once the various restrictions have been lifted. Here are a few photos from their Ware Priory wedding.
I usually arrived to capture the guests’ arrivals, but today was different. The Groom had unfortunately left the rings at his hotel, so I gave the groom a quick roundtrip chauffeur service and arrived back with around five minutes to go before the wedding ceremony was planned to start! But it all came good in the end!
I took the couple around the Ware Priory Wedding grounds for their Wedding Portraits together.
The guests returned inside for the wedding breakfast and speeches. As it was such a hot day and restrictions on dancing inside were still in force. So the DJ decided to take the wedding outside!
Ware Priory is a large, beautiful priory located in Hertfordshire, England. It was founded in 1139 by William de Mandeville, 1st Earl of Essex, and his wife, Isabel. The priory was originally built to house Augustinian canons but later became a home for Benedictine monks. The priory is known for its beautiful architecture and stunning grounds. The priory was dissolved in 1536 during the reign of King Henry VIII, and the property was later acquired by the Crown. The priory was used as a royal hunting lodge and later became a private residence. Today, the priory is open to the public and is a popular tourist destination.
Hertfordshire is home to a variety of stunning wedding venues, from country estates to picturesque gardens. No matter your style or budget, you’ll find the perfect setting for your big day in this beautiful county.