Mr and Mrs Marwood | Yorkshire Wedding | Richard Perry Photography
Country Wedding | Yorkshire
Yorkshire Wedding Photographer
I recently had the pleasure of capturing the wedding day of Sam and Jonathan. This wonderful couple had designed a beautiful country wedding and truly could not have picked a better day for it. The sun was beaming down over their open air ceremony on the 13th August 2016. Samantha looked stunning in her wedding gown which glistened in the beautiful golden sunlight. The couple said their vows under a blue sky surrounded by their friends and family, and exchanged rings that had been guarded and delivered by a very special ring bearer. The couples lovable chocolate labrador affectionately known as 'Brown Bear' did a wonderful job.
The picturesque field in which the couple had staged their ceremony was filled with the chatter of happy guests and the laughs of playing children. Everyone gathered in the beautifully decorated marque and sat down to a series of beautiful and heart felt speeches followed by a delicious hog roast.
The new Mr and Mrs Marwood plus Brown Bear joined me later for a walk and a golden hour photoshoot before rejoining their guests and continuing the festivities.
It was wonderful to capture such a special day for such a loving couple.
Mr and Mrs Marwood would like to say a special thanks to:
The friends and family that helped set everything up...
Lisa Rigg, Tom Rigg, Susan and Andrew Heslop, Hayley Lambert, Ben Heslop, Stacey and Andrew Ward and Stacey Frazer.
The clean up crew...
Lisa and Tom Rigg, Ben Heslop, Hayley Lambert and Bill and Joan Marwood.
Wedding car ''Monty''...
Dan and Beth Chaplin
Margaret and Richard Lewis.
Dress and veil - Cheryl Dixon, bridal boutique, Sutton Hull
Cake - Lucy Beal Cakery
Table cloths/and candelabras - Happycakies Grimsby
Make up - Aimee Freeman
Bridesmaid Hair - Jade Sheppard
Bride's Hair - "Love is in the hair" Zoe Whitehead
Decorations and Flower wall - Bride and Bride's Father.
Floral Supplies - Country Baskets.
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