Emily and Dan’s St Albans Wedding, Hertfordshire

Amid the beautiful autumn colours of late October, Emily and Dan tied the knot in the historic St Albans registry office, The Gatehouse. A beautifully intimate ceremony, with only 15 of their closest family members, Emily’s proud father gave her away to marry Dan, father of her unborn child. Being 33 weeks pregnant, this day was especially poignant as it meant that their baby was also present at her mum and dads wedding day.

Amid the beautiful autumn colours of late October, Emily and Dan tied the knot in the historic St Albans registry office, The Gatehouse. A beautifully intimate ceremony, with only 15 of their closest family members, Emily’s proud father gave her away to marry Dan, father of her unborn child. Being 33 weeks pregnant, this day was especially poignant as it meant that their baby was also present at her mum and dads wedding day.

Being an old prison, it had a beautiful black gate and rustic brickwork walls to provide a backdrop for the bride and groom portraits. This combined with the gorgeous autumn leaves made for some stunning photographs of this beautiful family. 

We then moved on to a meal for the 15 of them at the Prae Wood Arms just outside of St Albans, which has been beautifully restored. When we arrived, we saw potential for some more portraits of Emily and Dan, as the sun set over the grounds of the pub. The swing set in the grounds also made of a fun portrait! 

Thank you for letting me be part of such an intimate wedding Emily and Dan, I had a great time and I wish you a long and happy life as a family and with your baby ❤︎

Love, Nicki x

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