Addington Palace Wedding Photography
The Wedding Ceremony and Reception
The ceremony was held in the Winter Garden which is a bright and airy ceremony with a lovely big glass window at the end that floods the room with natural diffused light that is perfect for photography. Originally The Winter Garden was designed to be a Smoking Saloon for gentlemen (how time’s have changed!), however it was later converted into the Winter Garden as it is now known by architect Archibald Howley. It was an intimate ceremony attended by Helen and John’s closest family and friends. After the ceremony we all headed outside to be greeting by some beautiful sunshine where we took the majority of the photos. Helen and John wanted to pop round to the front of the Palace where just by chance a stunning Austin Martin DB6 was parked and we ‘borrowed’ it for a couple of photos!
The wedding reception was held in the stunning Great Hall. It has a capacity of up to 300 people where you sit amongst and admire silk wall coverings, amazing marble chimney and gaze up at the beautiful French chandeliers.
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Their very kind Testimonial reads:
After looking at several dozen photographers websites, and even meeting a few we came across Whitehill Weddings. He was very professional and talked us through all the options available and gave us a bespoke package that John and I were very happy with. His photo albums looked lovely and really showcased the quality of his photography. We were thrilled with our photos and will be recommending Whitehill Weddings to friends and family.
Helen and John