After postponing due to covid Louisa and Mark finally had their Micklefield Hall Spring Wedding and it was certainly worth the wait. The early April day was forecast to be wet and grey then out of nowhere glorious spring sunshine adorned the day. With the couples two young children a key part of the day it was a real family affair filled with love and laughter.
Louisa got ready in the bridal suite with her bridesmaids and adorable flower girls. While over in The Groom’s Room Mark and his groomsmen enjoyed a little dutch courage to start the day.
Micklefield Hall is a stunning venue nestled in the Hertfordshire countryside steeped in history. The Grade II listed 16th century tithe barn, romantic temple and rose gardens make the perfect backdrop. This was my first time working at this venue and I was really excited to explore the fantastic setting.
The outdoor ceremony was held in The Temple overlooking a gleaming pond surrounded by all their guests. The bride Louisa made her grand entrance down the blossoming herbaceous aisle looking gorgeous in her Ronald Jocye dress.
The Great Barn
The historic tithe barn looked enchanted as it twinkled in lights making the perfect space for the wedding breakfast. The atmosphere was full of energy and affection for this lovely couple and the speeches that followed totally encompassed this feeling. The room was filled with laughter and emotion as the story of their love was told.
The evening continued the warmth and happiness of the day as band cranked up to get the party started.
I loved everything about this Micklefield Hall Spring Wedding and I look forward to photographing at this stunning venue again.
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Venue – https://www.micklefieldhall.com/
Hair and MakeUp – https://www.gemsbridalmakeup.com/
Dress – https://www.ronaldjoyce.com/
Florist – https://www.andrewflemingflorist.net/