Ellen & Harry
Norwood Park Wedding
Ellen & Harry’s wedding photography at Norwood Park
It was delightful to be back for some Norwood Park wedding photography at the wedding of Ellen and Harry. It is one of my favourite venues in Nottinghamshire and not too far from where I live. It’s a great setting for a summer wedding and suited Ellen and Harry’s nuptials perfectly.
Outdoor Ceremony at Norwood Park
Ellen and Harry had an outdoor ceremony at their Norwood Park wedding and all morning there were scattered showers so they were a little nervous about whether or not to bring it indoors. But Ellen was quite determined to marry outdoors so insisted the chairs stayed out. I am glad she did as the sun shone down on them and they managed to have their open air ceremony as they dreamed. And I enjoyed the outdoor Norwood Park wedding photography.
Norwood Park wedding photography
I love the morning part of the wedding day. Arriving amidst the buzz of getting ready with hair and makeup underway. Photographing the dress and shoes and last bits of hair and makeup and then my favourite bit. Bridal portraits in window light. Norwood Park has a lovely bridal suite that is perfect for these portraits. And their new wing for getting ready in is bright and airy and makes for gorgeous photos.
Other suppliers for your Norwood Park wedding:
Venue: Norwood Park ; Dress: Emmy Mae, Made with Love; Suits: Hawes and Curtis; Makeup: Jenni Hughes; Hair: Moira Borg; Florist: Flower Barn Jenny; Cake: Strawberry Cupcake; DJ: Appnin Discos; Centre Pieces: Inspired Hire
A mix of friends and families and traditions
One of the things I love about weddings is the mix of friends and families. It is great to see so many different people getting together, and at Ellen and Harry’s Norwood Park wedding there was a great mix. Ellen is from Sweden and her Swedish family were great to hang out with. She also had an eclectic group of bridesmaids from all over the world. They had all met in London (my favourite place!) and it was so nice to see them all together at the wedding. I loved all the speeches – there were more toasts and speeches than the traditional “3 men” British tradition and I loved that. Women were represented very equally and this is a reflection of Ellen’s feminist core. I loved it!