A fairytale occasion it truly was for newlyweds Hannah and Robert as they celebrated their wedding day at the grand Hinchingbrooke House in Cambridgeshire on a winters day. Hinchingbrooke house is a Tudor country house built around an early 13th century nunnery. It was given by Henry VIII to Richard Cromwell in 1538 at the time of the Dissolution. Queen Elizabeth I came here, King James I was a regular visitor and Oliver Cromwell played here as a child.
With all this rich history the occasion was a joy to film too and mostly because both Hannah and Robert were so easy going and fun; and their guests were a joy to be around too.
SOVP captured the day starting with the bridal preparations in the morning and covered all the main aspects of the day. It was a pleasure to be filming alongside a local photographer Paul Ingram Tedd. Paul’s style is very reportage so we worked together perfectly and his style real compliments ours. Check out Paul’s website by clicking here.
To the newlyweds; thank you for allowing SOVP to be part of your day and wishing you lots of love and good fortune in the future!x