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Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding Photographer | Natalie & Keith

Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding Photographer

I used to live in pretty Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex. It’s a lovely little town by the River Crouch and it’s a pretty amazing place for wedding venues. The Royal Corinthian Yacht Club might not be the obvious choice of wedding venue in a town which boasts two other epic wedding venues in the form of Creeksea Place and Mangapp Manor. However it turned out to be a truly excellent one for Natalie and Keith and one I’d highly recommend particularly for the amazing sea views and hospitality. I had an amazing time as a Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding Photographer for this awesome pair. They show know how to throw a party…

Natalie got ready with her girls at the fabulous Oyster Smack Inn and was super calm and relaxed. “Train drinks” probably helped a little… Zoe Cornwell and her colleague did the hair and makeup. I don’t know much about hair and makeup to be perfectly honest but I do know all the girls looked amazing and I was really impressed by how relaxed and confident she made everyone feel. Check her out.

I walked over to The White Harte Inn to get some shots of the boys having a drink and a bite to eat before the ceremony. On the way I passed the popular local florist Jacaranda who provided the lovely flowers for the day. The boys were also on top form and the banter was flowing from the onset. It was clear from the onset that this was going to be a day with lots of laughter 🙂

The weather, as it always is with weddings, was a well visited topic of conversation throughout the day. It looked like it might rain but fortunately it never did which was a huge relief as probably the best thing about The Royal Corinthian are the views of The River Crouch. There is also loads of balcony space and a fantastic pier reaching out into the river which we took full advantage of. The ceremony was lovely and had the perfect mix of tears and more laughter. We took the group shots out on the fantastic pier – a key perk for a Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding Photographer!

The food and speeches were great and the host Kate was excellent to work with both for me and Nat & Keith. Despite being heavily pregnant she certainly didn’t hold back on ensuring everything was ship shape. The highlight of the day for me however was the evening party. Nat and Keith had chosen an excellent band called Teenage Kicks to entertain everyone that night and as you can see, they went down very, very well.

Thanks so much Keith & Natalie for asking me to be your Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding Photographer. I had a brilliant time documenting your day. Here are some of my favourite moments…

Cute kid getting readySixpence in your shoeBride getting readyBridesmaids enjoying the dressBridesmaid having hair doneProud Dad first viewMirror shotNatural candid momentsThe boys at the pubsandwiches and beer for lunchTop banter with these groomsmenGroomsmen outside the White Harte Hotel, Burnham-on-CrouchLaugher by the river CrouchBurnham-on-Crouch riverby the yacht clubGuests arrivingHugging the groomGroom and best man in the Royal CorinthianProud Mum LynnThe anxious waitGuests smilingAnother proud relativeWaiting by the riverBride walking down the aisleMeeting at the end of the aisleFlower girls look onCeremonyBored sister!Laughter during ceremonySweaty groom!Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding CeremonyLaughter at the ceremonyThe first kissWalking down the aisle togetherFamily hugsWhole group shot on the River CrouchBurnham-on-Crouch Wedding photographer shot of family on the waterMum and sonBride and groom on the pier at the yacht clubHappy coupleGroomsmen on the pier at a Burnham-on-Crouch WeddingCandid fun momentBridesmaids shotWhistful watchingHappy guestsChecking out the phoneRoyal Corinthian Yacht Club BalconyBride and groom arrive for the wedding breakfastLaughter during the mealGroomBride laughing loadsTearful mother of the groomTons of laughter at this Burnham weddingTears of laughterEmotional momentsTears during the speechesGroom loving his speechBride in bitsBest man speechShocking jokesTouching momentSigning the guest bookTake my photo?Sunest on the CrouchTouching momentOff to the pier!Groom and Bride at sunset at a Royal Corinthian Yacht Club WeddingBoys dabbingCool kidsCutting the cakeGuests photographing the cake cuttingThe bride has been stolen!First dance at Royal Corinthian Yacht Club WeddingKiss on the dancefloorHips dontDaddy-daughter danceLaughter during the evening partyTop banterPointy finger danceMother and Groom dancing at Royal Corinthian WeddingBass playerDancing funGroom about to eat the bride!Dead kidHappy coupleFun lighting on the dancefloorGroom in the zoneSingalongKid with fingers in ears.Happy guest with beerHigh 5Kids at the windowHappy ladies on the dancefloorguests socialisingLaughter on the balconyDancfloor madnessStrike a pose!Happy hugs!Huge sing-a-longs!In the momentPointy dance take 2Very happy groomBride laughing at groomSlightly drunken groom having an amazing timeGuests throwing shapesHappy dancersKisses on the dancefloor of this amazing Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding

The full wedding gallery is available to view for friends and family. Please ask Keith or Natalie for the password.

I’m a Norfolk Wedding Photographer who travels all over the place capturing lovely weddings. I regularly shoot as an Essex Wedding Photographer too. I was very impressed with the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club as a wedding venue. It’s one that can easily get overlooked with the other wedding venues in the area that purely focus on weddings alone. However that river location is something special. If you’d like a Royal Corinthian Yacht Club Wedding Photographer, or indeed a wedding photographer for anywhere in the UK or further afield, get in touch!

Big thanks to John of Pure Image for pointing Natalie & Keith in my direction.