Another wedding album triptych which shows details from this Kenwood Hall wedding day. The first photograph is one we took of the beautiful “naked” wedding cake, that is a cake without an outer layer of icing. These have become much more fashionable in recent years and are certainly a little different from the more traditional wedding cake. To be honest, I don’t discriminate, all cake is beautiful and I’m always happy to happy to try a slice!
In the second of the three pictures, the groom, the groomsmen, and pageboy are standing on the steps to Kenwood Hall resplendent in their finery. The groom and his son are both wearing beautiful grey tartan waistcoats which are amazing.
The final image of the three is of the wedding rings in the hand of the best man. Traditionally it is usually the best man’s job to bring the wedding rings to the ceremony, but we now often see a ring bearer at wedding ceremonies bringing them forward. It is important for us to photograph these little details which can end up lost in the winds of time, our photography record preserves them for the future.
As you can probably tell from the photograph of the groomsmen on the steps of Kenwood Hall, this is an old and wonderfully built building. There is much to be said for traditional wedding venues in these wonderful hotels. Built at a time where quality mattered, they have stood the test of time and will do for some time to come, much better than some of the style over substance building we sometimes see today.
The Kenwood Hall Hotel is located in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK on Kenwood Road, S7 1NQ. Their Website can be found at https://www.kenwoodhall.co.uk/weddings/