Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Wedding photographer Allerton Castle, Yorkshire

Wedding photography at Allerton Castle, Knaresborough on 5 June 2010 for Rebecca and Gary

As Yorkshire wedding photographers, it was our pleasure to return to the splendour of Allerton Castle to share the celebrations of Becky and Gary and again, the weather was kind to us.

On arrival, we checked in with Becky who was getting ready in the ornate bridal suite with its gold furniture.  Becky's dad, Colin, kept us in stitches with his antics!  Becky's gorgeous dress, shoes and accessories had something of a vintage feel to them - stunning!

Next stop was to meet up with Gary and best man Garry, who's hand was in plaster, so we had to hide this on any many photographs as possible.  The guys were all great fun and Gary, who's a real giggler, kept us laughing during his photo session.

Becky decided on a different approach to choosing her bridemaids' dresses, allowing then all to choose their own as long as they were one of three colours.  All the dresses were different and all the ladies looked gorgeous! 

The lovely, intimate wedding ceremony was followed by the guests throwing things at the newly married couple and then we moved onto the small number of group photographs which Becky and Gary had requested.

Allerton Castle is one of the most amazing wedding venues in Yorkshire and it offers some fabulous backdrops for photographs - as wedding photographers, we are spoilt for choice when we work here.  The Italian garden is a superb location for a big group shot!

Beautiful location, beautiful pose, beautiful dress, beautiful Becky!

As creative wedding photographers, we love working with fun couples like Becky and Gary who are really enthusiastic about their photography.  The couple and their attendants were fantastic company and this is just one of the shots from a sequence showing the fun and laughter of their day.

No wedding photography at Allerton Castle would be complete without some shots on that staircase!

After the wedding breakfast and speeches, we just had to make the most of the lovely evening light which was much softer than earlier in the day and so Becky and Gary joined us for a while for some quiet time and some really nice images using the castle's features as backdrops.

After the new Mr and Mrs Richardson had finished their first dance, we said our goodbyes.  Thank you Becky and Gary for the privilege of sharing your wedding day full of laughter.

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