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      June 2, 2018

      Wedding at the Thatch Barn

      WOW! What a day today has been! We capped off a busy and brilliant week of three weddings with the wedding of Nicole & Mark which took place in the beautiful Holy Cross Church in Yelling followed by their rustic and yet elegant reception at the Thatch Barn just across the road. The Thatch barn is a beautiful venue which is deceptively big; it’s a beautiful barn conversion that simply needs to be seen to be truly appreciated. Nicole and Mark started their afternoon with a beautiful afternoon tea before spending time with their nearest and dearest before the dance floor opened! Nicole’s Dad is a military man and the couple had the honour of cutting their cake with his infantry sword! Here are a few of my favourite photographs from their day.

      Are you engaged and planning your beautiful wedding in Cambridgeshire? I’d love to hear from you and discuss your wedding plans! Whether you’re having a romantic and rustic wedding in one of Cambridgeshire’s many barns, a traditionally elegant church wedding or a grand affair in one of the city’s many country homes or hotels. Wherever your story is going to start – I’d love to capture and curate your beautiful Cambridgeshire wedding story. You’ll find all my details on my Contact page. Not done looking? There’s a treasure trove of other wedding stories and great wedding planning and photography advice pieces on my blog.

      About Troy Pullen

      Cambridge wedding photographer, storyteller and pug enthusiast

      Thank you for stopping by to visit my little corner of the internet. You may be here looking for a wedding photographer or you may be here looking for inspiration, you may even be here for another reason; whatever your reasons for being here, hello and welcome!

      In 2017, I decided to put my near-lifelong passion, photography, to good use in order to give people natural, creative and emotion evoking wedding photographs that not only tell love stories but tell them in the most compelling way possible.

      The thing I love most about being a wedding photographer is meeting new couples and getting to know them, getting to learn about them and their story up until now. This helps me to tell what the most important chapter of their love story unquestionably is; their wedding.

      One of the most enjoyable parts about being a wedding photographer is when I’m curating a couple’s love story and having got to know them; be able to identify the moments which a couple may not have seen but will really resonate with them and tell them the hidden tale’s of their perfect day.

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      These are some of your best photographs. Great job, Troy!

      Blog incroyable. Photos élégantes. Si talentueux. J’aime l’Angleterre!