Finch’s Arms Wedding Photographer

I absolutely love being a Finch’s Arms wedding photographer; Hambleton is one of the most picturesque villages in Rutland, and it has two amazing wedding venues in it. One being, of course, The Finch’s Arms. I’ve shot a few weddings at the venue now, and they’re always unique. Take a look at some of the natural wedding photography I have taken.

Mel and Tom’s Finch’s Arms Wedding

Mel and Tom chose a day to get married which was either bright sunshine, or grey drizzle; sometimes, unbelievably, it was both at the same time…

But still, they got married at Oakham register office, and then went on to the Finch’s Arms, Hambleton, for a meal and celebration. As you can see, they had a great time celebrating with their closest friends and family.

Thank you again for choosing me to be your Finch’s Arms wedding photographer.

The Finch’s Arms

The Finch’s Arms is a historic country pub located in the picturesque village of Hambleton in Rutland, England. It is a Grade II listed building with a thatched roof, dating back to the 17th century, and has been a popular destination for locals and tourists alike for many years.

The pub is known for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, and its excellent food and drink. It has a traditional bar area, with open fireplaces, exposed beams, and a range of real ales and fine wines. The restaurant area is spacious and elegant, with large windows overlooking the village green.

The menu at the Finch’s Arms is inspired by the best of British cuisine, with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. The chefs take great pride in their dishes, using only the freshest seasonal produce and traditional cooking techniques. Some of the most popular dishes include the slow-cooked pork belly, the beef bourguignon, and the homemade pies.

In addition to its excellent food and drink, the Finch’s Arms is also known for its stunning location. It is situated on the edge of Rutland Water, one of the largest man-made lakes in Europe, and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and picturesque villages. The pub has a large outdoor seating area, perfect for enjoying a pint or a meal in the sunshine, and there are plenty of walking and cycling routes in the local area.

The Finch’s Arms is also a popular destination for weddings and events. The pub has a large function room, which can accommodate up to 120 guests, and the experienced team of staff can help with all aspects of event planning, from menu selection to decoration.

Overall, the Finch’s Arms is a charming and characterful pub with a rich history and a warm and friendly atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a pint and a bite to eat after a day exploring the local area, or you’re planning a special event, the Finch’s Arms is sure to impress.

Book a Documentary Photographer (Me) for your wedding

There are many reasons to book a documentary photographer, like myself, to photograph your wedding. A documentary wedding photographer excels at capturing the genuine moments and emotions that unfold throughout your wedding day. Rather than staging poses or orchestrating scenes, I will focus on candid shots that reflect the true essence of your celebration. From the nervous anticipation before the ceremony to the heartfelt exchanges of vows and the crazy dancing at the reception

I want to document the real, unscripted moments that make your wedding unique. I will weave together a visual narrative that tells the story of your day in a heartfelt and authentic way.

Rather than constantly directing or interrupting the flow of events, I will work discreetly in the background, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the day you have planned. This approach creates a comfortable environment, enabling natural interactions and genuine emotions to shine through. You and your loved ones can enjoy the day without feeling self-conscious or pressured, resulting in photographs that capture the true atmosphere and connections shared on your wedding day.

I this all sounds like a great idea, then simply get in touch and let me know your plans

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