Married: 5th October 2019 Location: Newcastle Venue: Gibside Chapel

 

I first met Amy and her parents at a wedding fair, I did up in Newcastle. I love doing wedding fairs, it is a great opportunity for couples to meet me and see my work face to face, I believe you need to have a connection and to be able to get on well with your photographer, after all, you will be spending all day with them, on your wedding day and you want to be compatible and relaxed. 

Gibside Chapel Wedding Ceremony

What can I say but wow what a beautiful chapel and grounds to go with too, if you haven't been it's somewhere you should try to visit if you are nearby great for the family.

The Ceremony was just like the venue, just beautiful, with lots of love from there family and friends, tears of happiness, to fun and laughter from one little boy, in particular, joining in with the prayers, 3 seconds after everyone else. This was an Autumn wedding in every way, with colours to match from flowers that Amy did herself to Ian's wedding suit. 

 

Ravensworth Arms Wedding Day: The Party

After a few photos at Gibside, we went on to Ravensworth Arms for there wedding breakfast and party. Amy and Ian didn't want a lot of photos of themselves posing just more natural shots and candid moments, but as the day went on they didn't mind a few photos, after all, we made it fun so it didn't feel like it was unnatural and awkward.

We moved on to the speeches and as always no one disappointed with great speeches all round.  

The wedding breakfast followed, and I like to take this opportunity to collect there flowers and rings and do some detail shots, they had so many little things I could use, I had to do some with the mini pumpkins they had and they had a range of colours which went perfectly with the autumn-themed wedding. They wanted to enjoy the evening with just there family and friends and I was to fish before the evening guest were to arrive as this was only a half-day wedding coverage, but before I left we did the cake cutting which led to us chatting about the day and I learned that Amy pretty much did everything, and what she dint other family members helped and to find out the cake was done by her mum and she did a beautiful autumn wedding cake, but snuck in and hidden was a very unusual mini icing sculpture RTODTO and yes you guessed it this was for Ian.

Congratulations once again to Ian & Amy.

 

If you haven’t seen much of my work yet I would describe my style as a documentary wedding photographer, I want my photos to take you back to that moment and that time and remind you how you beautiful day unfolded (as if you would forget). 

Would like to know more about working with me, be it for your wedding day, civil service, pre-wedding shoot, engagement party or any other special event? Please don't hesitate to contact me for a no-obligation quotation specific to your needs.

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Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside
Ian & Amy's Wedding at Gibside