A Christmas wedding at Hatfield House is there a wedding venue more magical? A Christmas wedding may not be at the top of most couples thoughts when it comes to when to hold their wedding but look how beautiful it can be.
I am a huge fan of Hatfield House and the history behind the venue. Amy shared this love of history and royalty and always dreamed of her wedding at Hatfield House.
Amy and Rob chose to get married at their local church in Dunstable before a lovely drive to Hatfield House.
The Old Palace looked absolutely breath taking all set out for their wedding breakfast. The photographs below show the table lay out and with crackers as name place settings we really were embracing Christmas.
Kind words from Amy & Rob
We could not be happier with our choice to use Julia Walters to photograph our wedding day. Her friendly and welcoming personality made us feel quickly at ease. We had begun to build a friendship with Julia prior to the wedding through our engagement shoot, a home visit and our wedding rehearsal and so by time the big day came it felt completely natural to have Julia there with us to capture our favourite moments. She was professional, yet friendly and made efforts to get to know our key family members and bridal party. She made our photography shoot enjoyable and also spent time capturing the intricate details of the day that we would like to remember as well as lots of natural shots throughout the day. We are so pleased with they way the photos have come out and cannot wait to see our final album. She tells the story so well through her album designs. Julia is a fantastic photographer and we could not have wished for a better person to have capturing our wedding day. Thank you Julia, for everything! You really were exceptional! Love Amy and Rob
Below is a little insight to their stunning wedding day and the wonderful professionals who helped bring Lucy & Sean’s wedding to life.
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