As a wedding photographer, I meet some lovely couples, most of whom I stay in touch with, either through Facebook or email. Some I become good friends with and may meet them for a coffee or beer. 🙂 I often read that they are having a baby, and that is really nice, but this weekend I was asked by Toby and Em, who were married at Rectory Farm in 2013, if I would like to come along to the christening … Read More
Another stunning wedding at the beautiful Rectory Farm, Cambridge – our friends, Caroline and David gave me the great honour of photographing their wedding back in September. Of course, photographing couples on what is, likely, the most important day of their lives, comes with a considerable amount of pressure, but when one is a guest as well, knowing lots of people, all talking, drinking, and having fun, it is even harder to keep on top of the day. I hope I … Read More
Over the past few months, it has become apparent that more and more money savvy couples are choosing to get married in the low season, or in the week, so we have decided to help them along with our own special offer. So, for those couples who choose to get married in the low season (Nov-March) or Mon-Thur any time of the year, but excluding bank holidays, we can offer a very special price of £1000-£1500, including a beautiful Italian … Read More
Buckden Towers wedding photography by Cambridgeshire wedding photographers, Invision Photography. I had not photographed a wedding at Buckden Towers before, so it made a nice change to be working at a new venue, after which we ended up at one of my usual and favourite venues, Rectory Farm, Cambridge. Here is Vic and James’ wedding story, told by them. We met in 2005, we were set up on a date by Victoria’s sister, six and a half years later I … Read More
Exciting news! Invision Photography features in Your East Anglian Wedding Magazine again, this time with Emma & Toby at the beautiful, intimate wedding venue, Rectory Farm, in Cambridge. This was a really fun wedding last summer, I have very fond memories of Em & Toby dancing the night away, and I was very pleased when Rosie, the lovely editor of the magazine expressed an interest in featuring them.
Rectory Farm Wedding Photographers, back once again, this time for the wedding of Chris and Louise. The ceremony took place at Swavesey Church, a few miles from Chris and Louise’s home. I had never been to this church before and I was pleasantly surprised. It was very big and very light. 🙂 After the ceremony, Louise, who had recently passed her HGV licence (just for the wedding!), drove herself and her husband (who, by the way, looked the part in … Read More
Back again at the wonderful Rectory Farm, 2 miles west of Cambridge, one of my favourite venues to photograph at, which is great, as I am there very often. I met Sarah at her house in Comberton for some preparation shots, she was very calm and surrounded by her bridesmaids, and mum and dad. The lovely service took place at St Mary’s Church, Comberton, after which we headed over to Rectory Farm for the wedding breakfast and party. In a … Read More
Recommended Rectory Farm Wedding Photographers, Invision Photography, are back again to one of our favourite venues, and this time for the lovely Toby and Em. I met Toby and Em around 18 months ago, we hit it off there and then, and I knew their wedding was going to be a lot of fun. I was right! I have never seen a bride dance as much as Em. Congratulations you two.
Rectory Farm Wedding Photography by Rectory Farm recommended wedding photographers, Invision Photography. Back to one of my favourite venues again, Rectory Farm in Cambridge. I knew when I first met Chris and Becky last year that this was going to be a fun wedding, and I wasn’t wrong. The wedding ceremony was held at St Mary’s Church in Hardwick, which holds special personal memories for me, and was followed by the reception in the beautiful grounds of Rectory Farm. All … Read More
Rectory Farm Wedding by Rectory Farm Cambridge Wedding Photographers, Invision Photography. A Red and Black styled wedding at Rectory Farm, Cambridge. Charlotte and J-P decided to come over from France to hold their wedding in Cambridge, and the chosen venue was Rectory Farm. The rainy spring day was a little challenging, but it was a fun, and different wedding. Charlotte and J-P are a great couple, and I do hope to see them again some day.