Hertfordshire Wedding Photography

St Albans Register Office

The St Albans registry office is a former victorian prison, surrounded by some beautiful gardens to grab your portrait and family photos after your wedding ceremony. 

It’s also known to many as the front gate to HM Prison Slade in the TV Series ‘Porridge!

Licensed to Hold Civil Ceremonies | Outdoor Gardens For Photos

 

The 2 brides sitting on a stone bench at st albans register office
The confetti shot at St Albans Registry Office

St Albans Registry Office Weddings

Here’s a couple of blogs from weddings I’ve photographed at St Albans Register Office.

St Albans Registry Office

ST ALBANS REGISTRY WEDDING

St Albans Registry Wedding At the end of October, I photographed the St Albans Registry Wedding Ceremony of Ilkler and Iskin at St. Albans Registry Office. I’ve photographed here many times and know the location well and so it’s always a pleasure to return to somewhere the staff know you too. The bride and groom

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ST. ALBANS REGISTRY OFFICE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

The Wedding of Ali & Charly A few weeks ago I photographed the same-sex wedding of Ali & Charly at St. Albans Registry Office, followed by their reception at Per Tutti and at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks. It was a lovely sunny day when I arrived to capture the bridal preparations. A short while later,

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St Albans Registry Weddings

ST ALBANS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

The Wedding of Alaina & Greg Last week I photographed the Wedding Ceremony of Alaina & Gregg at St Albans Registry Office (link). Alaina & Gregg asked me to create a bespoke package to capture just the wedding ceremony and the family photos. I was more than happy to oblige. It was a warm sunny

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St Albans Wedding Photographer

ST ALBANS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY 2017

The Marriage of Laura & Dave It’s great to be a St Albans Wedding Photographer as it’s almost on my doorstep. On Monday I photographed Laura and Dave’s wedding in St. Albans. They had their ceremony at St. Albans Registry Office followed by a reception at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, which is Britain’s oldest pub!

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