Danni & Jack’s Kimbolton Castle wedding was such a joy to photograph, with lots of great moments and a fun crowd. The day began with Danni getting ready with her six bridesmaids at her parents’ house in Kimbolton, capturing the morning’s activities and a few detail shots. Jack was greeting guests at a pub in Kimbolton, so we stopped by there for a few candid photos of the wedding party popping the cork on the day, before returning to Danni for photos of her in her dress and ready to go. Jack was waiting at the church in the centre of Kimbolton, which was packed with wedding guests while other public well-wishers gathered outside. This wedding was the talk of the town. Danni arrived on time and was walked down the aisle by her dad, before the traditional church service with hymns, readings, prayers and blessings. Afterwards there was a great confetti tunnel that stretched far through the church yard, and continued in moments along the high street with some other guerrilla confettiing from community well-wishers. The wedding party all made their way along the high street to the entrance to Kimbolton Castle for the wedding reception. Outside the front gates there was a brass band playing to serenade the guests as they arrived, while drinks were served in a courtyard. Most of the time was spent capturing candid photos of guests enjoying the day, but towards the end of the drinks reception we did a selection of family and group photographs, and some time for bridal portraits of Danni & Jack around the grounds of the castle. The wedding breakfast was served in a big tipi marquee on the main lawn of the grounds, and guests took their seats for dinner and speeches. After dusk we made time for a few more photos with Danni & Jack, while the packed dance floor saw plenty of action and a good time was had by all. If you’re planning a Kimbolton Castle wedding and are looking for a photographer then please get in touch!