Wedding photography Hertfordshire All Saints Pastoral Centre

Day 2 Capucine and Channa – wedding photography of a Catholic wedding celebration in Hertfordshire

On their “second wedding day”, Capucine and Channa united in a catholic ceremony, in the absolutely stunning All Saints Pastoral Centre near St Albans in Hertfordshire. (I must admit that I nearly shed a tear when I found out that this probably was the last wedding to be held at the All Saints Pastoral Centre, since it is about to close.)

With such a gorgeous church, the couple decided to lay the emphasis on having photography for their ceremony – and I tiptoed around and all over, to get some nice shots from lots of angles, in an attempt to justify this beautiful location :).

After the ceremony – spoilt as they where with having two wedding days and a personal portrait session conducted on day one, Capucine and Channa focused on having family and group portraits on day two, while their guests where entertaining them selves with champagne bubbles…. and soup- bubbles… We

all-saints-pastoral-centre-wedding-photographyCapucine and Channa’s inwalk was ‘a la french catholic style – the groom first with his mum, followed by the flower girls, page boys and witnesses, and lastly, the bride with her father…

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I just have to bring some attention to these ties…. aren’t they just super cute?!

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