We first met Laura and Matt last year, and we were delighted to see them again recently at Stoke Rochford Hall for their Fine Art preWED photography session.
The couple were more than happy to take MP's direction, and we were very excited to hear about their plans for their special day. We have to say we’re over the moon with their stunning set of Fine Art preWED images, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy them too.
Laura and Matt are great fun, and we always enjoy spending time in their company. We cannot wait to capture their wedding and reception, all at Stoke Rochford Hall, later this year.
Their Fine Art preWED photography collection contains over 100 images and it has been difficult to share a small selection. However, we have decided to share 40ish image previews and these can be viewed below.
As always, enjoy.
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About Stoke Rochford Hall
The current Stoke Rochford Hall building was constructed in the 1840s. The estate was occupied by Harry Wyndham Jefferson and his wife Gwendolen Mary Talbot at the beginning of the 20th century.
In 1940 the house was requisitioned by the War Office, and used for a variety of purposes. It became the headquarters of the Second Battalion, the Parachute Regiment. It was in the Library at Stoke Rochford that the ill fated 1944 Arnhem ‘drop’ was planned.
Purchased in 1948 from the War Office by Kesteven County Council who built modern student accommodation, the hall was home to Kesteven College of Education, a teacher-training college which closed in 1978. It retains a connection with education, as the training and conference centre of the National Union of Teachers. It is not solely used by the NUT, but is used by national organisations and companies for conferences or seminars, being closely situated to the A1 and Grantham railway station.
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