A Classic British Summer Trinity Hall Wedding Day.

Something that many couples worry about in the lead up to their Wedding day is the good old British weather. The simple fact is that in the UK, it doesn’t matter what time of year you get married there is always a chance of rain. A wedding in Cambridge is a great choice if you want to reduce this risk, it is documented as being one of the driest Cities in the whole of the UK.

For this mid August Wedding, despite a glorious preceding few weeks, the weather had taken a turn for the worse and for large parts of the day, the heavens opened. This provided a great opportunity, however. I always say to couples that if they are flexible of timings with their wedding photography, we can pretty much always capture some beautiful outdoor shots on your wedding day. 

Capturing Bride & Groom Portraits on a rainy day.

I typically shoot for around 10-12 hours at a wedding, with most of that time being after the ceremony. You have to be exceptionally unlucky for there not to be any breaks in the weather (in shooting over 100 weddings I have only known this to happen once!). So if, as a Bride and Groom you are prepared to make the most of the opportunity when it arrises, then you should be able to get out and grab some fresh air and make the most of the beautiful surroundings as we did in the stunning grounds at this Trinity Hall Wedding. 

I never spend more than 15 minutes on my couple portraits, this is more than enough time to capture a variety of shots and locations to provide a beautiful set of photos of you as a newlywed couple and to showcase your beautiful wedding venue as we did on at this Trinity Hall Wedding in Cambridge.

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Trinity Hall Wedding Venue.

By choosing to get married at one Cambridge’s most beautiful colleges, A Trinity Hall wedding offers an elegant and romantic setting for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships.

Trinity Hall is right in the heart of Cambridge, and features beautiful  riverside gardens, historic courtyards and some of the best view across the river Cam of any Cambridge’s university venues. In 1878 the author, Henry James quoted “If I were called up to mention the prettiest corner of the world, I should draw a thoughtful sigh and point the way to the gardens of Trinity Hall”

The rooms are historic, quirky and romantic. If you’re looking for a unique setting with a classic “Old England” feel then A Trinity Hall Wedding is a great choice as a Cambridge Wedding venue.  

A Wedding at Trinity Hall includes exclusive use of Latham Lawn and the River Terrace the drinks reception, access to the a forementioned riverside grounds , a classic wedding breakfast menu and use of the Aula Bar for the evening reception. 

Trinity Hall Wedding Photography.

It’s an absolute privilege for me being a Cambridge Wedding Photographer, I get to capture amazing memories for newlywed’s on their big day all across Cambridge and the surrounding area. In Cambridge, I am spoilt for choice of stunning university wedding venues featuring grand historic architecture and amazing English country gardens.

 I can honestly say the along with the gardens at Christ’s College, the grounds are Trinity Hall are the best in Cambridge for Wedding Photography. In a compact area, the grounds feature immaculately manicured lawns and a dazzlingly array of colourful plants and flowers. The contrast with the sandstone coloured buildings is a wedding photographer’s dream setting for couple portraits. There are a variety of backgrounds and textures to explore all within an enclosed and compact area. It is easy to capture a lovely variety of Wedding portraits here wishing a short 15 minute shoot with the bride and groom.

If you’re planning a Wedding in Cambridge or the surroundings, please check out my future “10 Outstanding Wedding Venues in Cambridgeshire” for inspiration.

Damien Vickers in a Cambridge Wedding Photographer capturing weddings all of the UK and beyond.