Hindringham Hall Wedding – Becca & Phil
Hindringham Hall is a Grade II listed building which dates back to 1100AD, the building has so much character this was bound to be a beautiful day. There is a moat around the house, adding even more character, and the gardens are brimming with flowers, really making this an English fairytale wedding venue.
These photographs from Becca and Phil’s wedding day are just stunning – had their wedding ceremony at St Martin’s Parish Church which is very close by in Hindringham. The church itself stands tall behind a long line of red-roofed flint cottages.
A little thing that we love which not everybody may notice at first (you may have to scroll back up and have another nosey)… photographers aren’t allowed to capture images of the real registry signing for data protection reasons but this very sneaky photographer managed to snap some photos from a great angle so no details in the registry can be seen, but you can clearly see the look of serious concentration on the couple’s faces. We really love the real emotion that just can’t be duplicated with posing!
Wearing a veil earlier in the day and then a flower crown for the latter half, we’re loving this bride’s style! The pink flower theme flows through the day from the bouquets and flower crown, to the table centerpieces and seating plan.