Caroline and Avron’s beautiful wedding took place today at Micklefield Hall which is a lovely rural wedding venue not far from Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire. I had had the pleasure of photographing a wedding of Naava and David (friends of the bride and groom who had kindly recommended me to Caroline and Avron) some years ago. It was a pleasure to see everybody today and catch up. I had visited Caroline and Avron a few weeks ago in London for some pre-wedding photography and it was clear to me then the wedding would be great fun. Caroline and Avron are such a nice couple, clearly deeply in love and were a joy to work with.
The wedding day started hot and didn’t let up until sunset. Industrial strength fans, a ‘help yourself’ basket of flip flops (brilliant idea) and a well manned bar kept everyone cool and a good time was had by all. The brand new Mr. and Mrs. will be on their way to Sardinia shortly so here’s a few photographs from the day that caught my eye during the download. As always the gallery of all photographs will be uploaded when C & A have seen them – if you would like to know when the photographs are available for viewing CLICK HERE and I will send you the link.
We started at the very nice Grove Hotel not far from Micklefield Hall for some pre wedding photography.
The Micklefield wedding chicken. Every venue should have one.
Avron gets suited and booted.
The Tish. The Jewish informal ‘reception’ for the groom where the marriage certificate is signed and witnessed.
The heat gets to Avron :)
Caroline’s bridesmaids see her for the first time.
I love this black and white portrait of the bride.
Caroline’s parents, Elizabeth and Philip escorting their daughter to the Chuppah…
The Marquee at Mickelfield is a beautiful place to get married – when you hold your ceremony outside it;s a very different atmosphere to most wedding ceremonies.
A favourite image of the bride and groom.
The buffet meal and barbeque starts in the marquee.
Mr. and Mrs. O. take to the dancefloor…
…swiftly joined by friends and family.
Thanks again Caroline and Avron – see you when you get back!