A few weeks ago, you may recall, I launched the first of a series of blog posts that focus on the questions I am often asked relating to wedding photography and the services I offer. The series is basically an extension of my frequently asked questions section of my website, elaborating on some of the questions and answers, and hopefully helping you during your search for a photographer who will fit your wedding needs.
With this week’s weather turning the country into a scene more commonly found on the front of a Christmas card, I thought it would be a good opportunity to look back at Nicola and Scott’s festive wedding – complete with snow – last December at Weetwood Hall Estate in Leeds.
With it being Bonfire Night tonight, I figured what better time than to share Becky and Ste’s sparkler filled wedding photos from their big day at Left Bank Leeds than today?
I was so excited to shoot their wedding, set in the Grade II listed former church in Headingley, Leeds. The building has such history dating back over 100 years, it ceased being a place of worship in 1995, is now a multidisciplinary arts venue and has been a setting for weddings since 2010.
For my second August Bank Holiday wedding, I headed over to Otley Parish Church in the glorious sunshine for Emma and Seb’s wedding.
Emma had chosen not to have any bridal preparation photographs taken, so my first point of call was at the church to meet Seb and their guests arriving. I don’t get to see as much of this part of the day normally, so it was fab to see everyone arriving, greeting Seb and the groomsmen in excited anticipation of the day ahead.