St Paul’s Walden Bury wedding photography. Tucked away in the Hertfordshire countryside is the grade I listed garden of St Paul’s Walden Bury described as ‘England’s most romantic garden’. The gardens were laid out in the 18th century with formal woodland, ponds and temples. Today the gardens make a perfect backdrop for weddings. Kelly and Dave married in nearby St Albans and had their reception in a marquee at St Paul’s Walden Bury. I started my photographic coverage at a pub in St Albans where I met up with Dave and his ushers before a short walk to St Peters Church, St Albans, for the wedding ceremony. Afterwards my sat nav got my slightly lost on the way to the gardens, referring back to the old fashioned way of winding down the window and asking for directions I eventually found myself following the wedding car into St Paul’s Walden Bury. The weather was a bit of a mixed bag, on arrival at the gardens the heavens opened up and it poured with rain as guests sheltered in the marquee. Within half an hour the sun came out and it was very warm, the garden took on beautiful colours in the sun. An hour later it was pouring with rain again.