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Military Wedding Photographer at Newland Hall Chelmsford

Last weekend we visited All Saints Church in Springfield and then onto Newland Hall Chelmsford for the awesome wedding of Natalie and Tom. I spent all day with Natalie and Tom, right from the bridal preparation shots, through to the cake cut, first dance and the party starting! It was a fantastic day, we had great fun and to top it all off… the weather was beautiful!

Once the ceremony was over, we made our way back to the wedding reception venue and the evening celebrations could start. We also managed to get some stunning portraits of Natalie and Tom around the grounds of Newland Hall.

Below you can find some of my favourite photographs that we (Paul & I) took throughout the day, both at the church, and at Newland Hall. Please do not forget to leave your thoughts on the images below.

If you would like to find out more details about my “Military Wedding Photographer at Newland Hall Chelmsford” services, please contact gary@gdphotographer.co.uk / 07852 457661

Lastly, thank you to Natalie and Tom for having me along as part of your special day. I hope you love the images that I have shared with you so far.

Military Wedding Photographer at Newland Hall Chelmsford

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A bit about Newland Hall – http://www.newlandhall.co.uk/history.php

The Manor of ‘Newlanda’ belonged to King Harold before the Norman conquest, and was the only land-holding in Roxwell specifically listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. It was so named because it was created out of untamed forest on ‘newly won land’. The land was held by Eustace, Earl of Boulogne. At the beginning of the 13th century Newland was held by Ralph de la Neweland, and for the next two centuries it remained in the hands of his descendants.

The first reference to Newland Hall (rather than just Newland) was made in 1447. Original records exist for Manor Courts held at Newland Hall from 1448 onwards. There is strong evidence that Newland Hall was one of the places of retirement for the lascivious King Henry VIII.

Military Wedding Photographer at Newland Hall Chelmsford

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