Meet me in Trinity Hall – An International Cambridge Wedding
Yet another one of my weddings where I met people from all over the world. One of the benefits of being a wedding photographer is the opportunity to meet so many different people and moreover all of them in a good mood. 🙂
This Cambridge wedding was not an exception.
Her name is Isabelle. She’s a shy beautiful German girl. He is Felipe and he’s a good looking smiley Mexican boy. Their work had made them move to Cambridge and this is where they met each other. I don’t know if it was a love from first sign, but from what I saw it was a love, a true love between these two birds! It was so nice being around them all they long watching them interact. Two souls so happy to be together…
So, everything started with getting ready. A room full of German girls. I know what you think – Germans are boring. No, not at all! You have to see them in action! It was such a fun! Smiles, jokes, you name it! A great party!
And, finally, the bride was ready. Ready to walk to the church where her intended was waiting for her impatiently. Here we come Cambridge! 🙂
Nearly there! The ceremony took place in the gorgeous beautiful and strong standing Our Lady and the English Martyrs Roman Catholic Church – the largest parish in the diocese in East Anglia. Let me show you what’s going on in there!
I didn’t have much time before the bride stepped in in her beauty and grace.
And He saw Her!
And it’s time to sign the register.
Let’s get out and get some fresh air!
I always ask the bride and the groom to leave the guests for a while. This gives the couple opportunity to have some time for themselves, to have some time for nice photos and last, but not least, to have some fun. Isabelle and Felipe decided to spare an hour with me and the result happened to be very nice.
They were running, crossing the streets.
Posing in front of gates
Dealing with wild animals.
Exploring the streets of Cambridge.
So,slowly walking and enjoying the beautiful City of Cambridge, we got to the gorgeous, beautiful and stunning Trinity College where the reception took place.
Cutting the cake before the dinner seemed strange, but happened to be not a bad idea.
The day was more than beautiful with the weather was nice, thus allowing the wedding party and all the guest to have such a nice time in the garden.
And it’s always happens you could never escape from the group photos. As always, I tried to add some fun in it.
Time for some food… and speeches.
And time for some fun in the bar.
Great end of a great day! Nice couple, nice guests, nice city, nice weather – what else a photographer could want from a wedding?!
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