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Four-Poster Beds and sweeping staircases at Stubton Hall • Grantham Wedding Photographer • Stubton hall Wedding Photographer

The second part of this gorgeous couples wedding took place at the stunning Stubton Hall in Grantham. I absolutely loved the colours at this location! Fantastic deep blues and lively greens, amongst four-poster beds and sweeping staircases. It was stunning! I arrived during bridal preparations, and again Amee looked stunning! The mood was very relaxed and, although it was raining a little, spirits were high. In fact, every time Amee and Jeremy had visited Stubton Hall it had been raining so they were used to it!

As Amee walked down the sweeping staircase to the ceremony room I caught a few nervous looks from Jeremy and a few jokes shared between him and his best man before Amee walked down the aisle. Following the exchanging of vows and rings, the newlyweds had beaming smiles on their faces. These smiles continued into our couple shots as they laughed together under the staircase. I worked around them as they had a little moment just to themselves. After the couple shots we moved onto the formal group shots which I take at every wedding. We opted to go inside as, although it had stopped raining, it was very windy and cold, and no one wants to be standing outside in that kind of weather!

This moved swiftly into the wedding breakfast situated in the gorgeous Orangery part of Stubton Hall. The large room lit by candlelight on the tables and a large ‘A & J’ sign looked stunning. The room over looked the grounds and was a great viewing platform to see some of the smaller guests getting caught in a rain burst! Laughter filled the room during the speeches; it was very clear to see how close both families were, and how much they appreciate each other and respect each other. It never felt like two sides, but just one huge family.  It truly was a beautiful day and it was evident that they were a very happy bride and groom; I wish them all the best for their future together.

 

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