“Right in the middle of an ordinary life, love gives us a fairytale.”
Poppy and Keith got engaged in Disneyland and the magic continued on their special day. Surrounded by family and friends they tied the knot on a sunny day at Lingholm Estate in Keswick. Their baby Lizzie looked the picture of a princess and it was a pleasure to be there to film the first day of their happy ever after.
Louise and Lee said ‘I do‘ at Stirk House Hotel and the atmosphere was incredible. I’ve never seen or filmed a wedding breakfast like it! To top it off, they couldn’t have asked for a better sunset for their portrait photos in the surrounding countryside. What a lovely way to start their life together a husband and wife.
After postponing from earlier in the year due to Covid, Holly and Katie were able to marry at Nunsmere Hall in the autumn. It was a lovely intimate affair with their nearest and dearest, filled with laughter, love, and an epic firework display.
Lola and Sam married at the enchanting Cheshire Woodland Weddings with an intimate ceremony of 30 guests. It was an absolutely gorgeous day with a spot of archery to work up an appetite for the wedding breakfast.
Molly and Charlie’s wedding was a joyful affair and was amazing to capture. The singing during the ceremony was beautiful and the evening band was so good, the dance floor was never empty for a second.
Owen House Wedding Barn, with its shooting gallery (so many fairy lights!) was a magical venue for the couple so in love.
Leah and Andrew celebrated their special day with friends and family at the incredible Colshaw Hall. There were fun and games during the wedding ceremony and the most adorable Best Man’s speech delivered by Andrew’s son.
After a string of rainy days, the sun was out in full force for this lovely couple as they wed at Charnock Farm. Ducks and ponies joined in the celebrations as Ashley and Harry strolled around the lake in the sunshine. Such a fantastic day to be a part of, and that veil…just beautiful.
The Oak Tree of Peover was the perfect venue for an autumn wedding, with a colourful garden bursting with red and orange-leafed oak trees. Coupled with the fairy lights and wooden beams – it felt like a magical woodland.
Everything was amazing, including Chris and Sarah’s impressive first dance and the surprise visit from a unicorn!
Kim and Joni literally tied the knot at Parr Hall Farm with a handfasting ceremony, as they wed outdoors in front of friends and family.
All aspects of the day had a personal touch, from the handfasting cords and wedding rings made by Kim and Joni, to the decorations, music, and cake, provided by their loved ones. It was clear to see these guys were one big happy family and it was lovely to be there to capture their special day.