recommended wedding photographer Suffolk

Tuddenham Mill Wedding

I love photographing weddings at Tuddenham Mill. It is a stunning venue set in a picturesque location and provides lots of romantic backdrops for lovely wedding pictures and the staff are really friendly and always on hand to help make the day go smoothly.

In September 2012 I photographed Carly and Dave at Tuddenham Mill in the beautiful late summer sunshine. Carly and Dave also had a candle-lit party before the wedding at the venue, which made for some really romantic shots of the couple and intimate pictures of their family.

Then in Autumn 2012 I photographed Ian and Glynis who had a smaller ceremony and meal – the food at Tuddenham is delicious – with around 40 friends and family.

In February 2013 I photographed newleyweds Marc and Rachel (pictured below) who had a luckily not too chilly winter wedding. Watch this space for a gallery of some of the best shots from their big day.

If you’re looking for a characterful wedding venue in Suffolk then Tuddenham Mill is definitely the best on the market. Come along to one of their wedding fayres or get in touch and I’m sure the team will be more than happy to show you round. And if you’re looking for a Tuddenham Mill wedding photographer you know who to ask!

Related Posts
Featured
Paddocks House Wedding
Swynford Manor Wedding
Swynford Manor wedding venue is a stunning 18th century house, formerly home to Lord Byron’s sister. It makes for a charming wedding venue and evens offers couples their own butler.
Read The Post
down hall essex venue
Down Hall Wedding Venue
Down Hall wedding venue is a stunning luxury hotel and spa in Hatfield Heath, near Bishop's Stortford on the Essex border. Less than an hour's drive from London, the country house hotel dates back to 1322. As a wedding photographer I am spoilt for choice for locations for pictures with 110 acres of woodland, gardens and countrys ...
Read The Post
Spring wear magazine shoot
Spent a chilly day on Southwold Pier shooting this month’s fashion pages for the Suffolk magazine. The theme was nautical so I chose the pier as our backdrop and took advantage of some sea gulls that flew past at just the right moment. But spring had no quite sprung so we had to keep retreating into the warm cafe for hot drink ...
Read The Post