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Tipi Wedding At Tring Natural History Museum

Charlotte and Carlo's wedding at Corpus Christi Church followed by their Tipi wedding reception at the Natural History Museum in Tring.

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“We hired Andy to do our wedding photography and he was fab from the word ‘go’. He was highly organised and nothing was too much trouble. He ensured that we got all the shots that we wanted plus so many extras. He knew exactly how to capture the moment without anyone really realising he was there – we’ve got so many natural shots and have had so many compliments on the quality and quantity of photos that we got.

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Charlotte & Carlo

Carlo & Charlotte's Tipi Wedding

Charlotte and Carlo wed at Corpus Christi Church in Tring and celebrated afterwards with a Tipi wedding reception on the grounds of the Tring Natural History Museum.

My coverage of the wedding day began at Charlotte’s parent’s house in Tring as I photographed the bride and her sisters having their hair and makeup done. When ready Charlotte travelled to the church in a white London Cab from Berkhamsted White Wedding Taxis.

The wedding ceremony was lovely and included readings from the bride’s sisters and the groom’s brother. On exiting the ceremony the bride and groom were showered in confetti which made for some lovely photos. After this, the wedding guests made the short walk over to Tring Natural History Museum. The bride and groom and I were driven to the back of Tring Park in their wedding car. I took photos of Charlotte and Carlo and got some lovely shots of them with the views of Tring in the background. We were then driven back to the Natural History Museum for the tipi wedding reception.

It was a bit of a wet and windy day, so everyone was inside the tipi for shelter. The rain briefly stopped, so I got all the guests outside for one large group shot.

After the wedding breakfast, we had a small opportunity to make use of the museum for a few portraits of the bride and groom. One of my favourite shots from the day was a shot of Charlotte in the gallery of Zebras.

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