THE CURVE ECO HOUSE
Nicola & Ben
Being a Louth wedding photographer makes it easy to travel to many wedding venues across Lincolnshire in no time at all. Whilst a love to travel photographing weddings at destinations all over the UK helping couples capture memories closer to home is also very welcome.
My latest wedding took me to the local Louth registry office which again proved to be another wonderful opportunity to tell a unique wedding story as Nicola & Ben chose to break from convention when they had the first look and walked down the aisle together.
Before arriving at the registry office Nicola & Ben chose to stay at the amazing Curve Eco House in South Thorsby close to Alford Lincolnshire and as the name suggests the building is curved and is ideal for wedding receptions and parties. As the soon to be newly weds chose to stay there the night before they also chose to do a first look on the morning of the wedding. A first look is where the bride and groom see each other before the ceremony and can be a great way of easing the wedding day nerves and spending a quiet moment with your partner before the celebrations start.
With the first look over we headed to the Louth registry office for the ceremony. The registry office is located in the beautiful town of Louth with old Georgian buildings in abundance. Again during the wedding ceremony, Nicola & Ben again broke with tradition and walked down the aisle together providing a great opportunity to capture them and the expression of their guests as they entered.
With the ‘I dos’ all said and done we headed back to the curve to capture some fantastic bridal portraits and guest images inside and out of the building.
If you’re looking for a Louth wedding photographer to capture your unique wedding day story why not get in touch for a chat.
Venue: The Curve Eco House
MUA: Sarah Spence
Cake: Sue’s Cakes