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One of the things I love most about Rushton Hall is its amazing architecture and interior design. I think it’s important to show that off and bring a sense of place to the wedding photography. The Adam Suite had some fabulous features to work with for Joanne’s getting ready photos…

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Simon and Joanne had the perfect autumn day for their wedding at Rushton Hall, which is our most popular venue for wedding photography in Northampton. We love it there; it’s always fabulous and has enough scope for us to make the photos different for every client.

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Jim and Kaitlyn had their wedding breakfast in the Pavillion and had a drape behind the top table to hide the air con units on the wall. A really good idea and makes a huge difference in photographs.

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I had the lovely Abby working with me so whilst I was tucked away in the bay window looking towards Joanne, Abby was on the other side of the room behind the Registrar facing Simon. I love the double point of view that two wedding photographers can achieve.

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Jim and Kaitlyn surprised and wowed all their guests with a choreographed first dance. They did brilliantly! And those pink and purple lights (provided by the band) were a perfect way to make the low ceiling of the Pavillion a feature rather than something to try and avoid showing in photographs.