The most beautiful Summer day.. Here are Jenna and Tom who tied the knot at Camp Katur in North Yorkshire. I adored their personal outdoor woodland ceremony and these two really knew how to celebrate too..
They invited all their guests to scrumptious little Nieve’s christening (only a handful of people knew what was about to happen) and once everyone had arrived and was waiting inside the church, the doors opened and the three of them walked down the aisle together – it was amazing to see guests’ shocked and happy faces, gasps, cheers and tears. This was one of the most special days and it was amazing to be part of it. Here are a few of my favourites from their day..
I was completely over-the-moon-excited to be asked to be part of an elopement. I adore the busy chaos of wedding so much, and in the middle of the chaos is where I’m most comfortable, there’s so much going on, so much interaction, so many faces, so much to photograph.. I’ve always wanted to be part of an elopement to see the other side. The calm. The two people sloping off and celebrating quietly together. Savouring the quiet of the day and just spending some ridiculously special and sacred time together..
And that brings me back to Hazel and Gary. Who took a few days away, just the two of them, to the blissful peace of the Lake District to say their vows to each other. They got ready together and were so relaxed throughout, no stress whatsoever. So chilled that when it was ceremony time Hazel forgot her bouquet, Gary forgot the rings, they both forgot the music to walk them down the aisle and back up again… but obviously not one speck of all that really mattered.
This day was all about them..