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Just a quick taster of our wedding photography at The Mansion House, Shuttleworth Park, Biggleswade. As a regular trusted supplier at one of Bedfordshire’s most prestigious wedding venues, we can show you many more examples. Each wedding at The Mansion House (previously Shuttleworth House) is always a unique occasion, and it is always a challenge to find new photo locations so no two brides get the same pictures.
Music kindly provided by permission of Jeff Woodall,
Congratulation to Vikki & Gary who were married today at one of best know churches in Cambridge. Our Lady &The English Martyrs is a landmark in Cambridge and a beautiful place for the ceremony. After a few quick pictures outside the church we were off to The Cambridge Motel on the A10 which with it’s fabulous ballroom is becoming well known as a serious Cambridge wedding venue.
You can see many more of their wedding images by clicking here.
Today we are off to one of our most favourite venues The Mansion House, near Biggelswade. Up until recently it has always been known as Shuttleworth House, but many changes are happening this year as they strive to separate the House and it function facilities from the college and Shuttleworth park. However, the venue and staff are still tremendous and we look forward to another season of weddings working with them. Why not come and see us?…
Congratulations to Liz & Simon who were married today at Fritton House, part of the Somerleyton Estate in Suffolk.
This weekends wedding gave us a chance to not only travel away and cover another lovely wedding, but to have a ‘stop-over’ and make a real weekend of it. On one of the hottest days of the summer so far, it was lovely to be outside down my the lake side where there was a cooling breeze, which in turn helped the Pimms go down!
To see the rest of their photos, click here!
Fritton House Hotel
Fritton House is a nine-bedroom boutique hotel dating back to the 15th century and located on the edge of Fritton Lake. All bedrooms are doubles or twins with en suite bathrooms and a maximum capacity to accommodate 18 guests. They are large, individually designed, comfortable and equipped with flat screen TVs, DVDs and a wi-fi internet access. The original features of the hotel are complemented by a combination of antique and modern furnishings. All bathrooms have showers, baths and a range of complimentary organic bathroom products.
The Hotel is now managed by Thomas Ginn at the Adnams group. For more information please visit:
Congratulations to Kelly & Steve who were married today at Queens College Cambridge!
As usual it was another ‘summer’s day when although the temperature was fine the clouds seemed rather full and threatening for most of the day. However, this was their day to enjoy, and the rain held off all day so all of the family could enjoy the celebrations.
Kelly has grown up running through the wonderful surroundings of Queens College where has worked for many years, which enabled them to be one of the only couples in Cambridge to have their family throw confetti on the manicured lawns.
Steve’s family assembled at the Double Tree Hotel across from the University, so the Groom and ushers had to walk across the famous Mathematical bridge.
The bridge was built in 1749 by James Essex the Younger (1722-1784) to the design of William Etheridge (1709-1776). It has subsequently been rebuilt to the same design in 1866 and 1905. For those who have fallen prey to the baseless stories told by unscrupulous guides to gullible tourists, it is necessary to point out that Isaac Newton died in 1727, and therefore cannot possibly have had anything to do with this bridge. Anyone who believes that students or Fellows could have disassembled the bridge (and then failed to re-assemble it, as the myth runs) cannot have a serious grasp on reality, given the size and weight of the wooden members of the bridge. The joints of the present bridge are fastened by nuts and bolts. Earlier versions of the bridge used iron pins or screws at the joints, driven in from the outer elevation. Only a pedant could claim that the bridge was originally built without nails. Other baseless stories are that Etheridge had been a student, and/or had visited China. (see also Queens’ College Cambridge)
To see the rest of Kelly & Steve’s Wedding pictures click here :- richardclarkphotography.co.uk