Sunday, 4 July 2010

Wedding photographer York

Wedding photography in York for Sara and Matthew at St Chad's on the Knavesmire and the Marriott Hotel, York on 26 June 2010

Sara booked us to photograph her wedding almost two years ago after a chat over the phone.  We didn't actually meet her and hubby to be Matthew until much later but we are very humbled that Sara trusted us enough to book us for her special day without even meeting us! 

Our first port of call on the hottest day of the year so far was the room in the Marriott Hotel in York where Sara was having her make-up applied.  With Sara, three bridesmaids, a mum, a dad, a mum in law to be, a hairdresser, a make-up artist, the lady from the wedding dress shop, plus Sara and Matt's very cute five year old son, Matthew, all in one room, there wasn't much room to move around!  We tucked ourselves into a corner to photograph Sara's accessories and her gorgeous Sophia Tolli gown which she had ordered from France two years ago - what a stunner it was!

Our next stop was at St Chad's on the Knavesmire, which was a new venue for us.  The interior is light and bright and we knew we'd get some really good shots from the back.  With Matthew and his attendants' photographs in the bag, we were able to capture some images of a very special little person with a very important job - Matthew, the ring bearer.

Sara arrived with her very proud mum, Ruby, who had the privilege of giving her beautiful daughter away.  After a lovely ceremony and an impressive display of confetti outside the church, we returned to the Marriott Hotel for the reception where we took care of the small number of groups which Sara and Matthew had requested.

As Yorkshire wedding photographers, we know that the Marriott Hotel has some really great areas inside for photographs!

A stunning bride in a stunning dress!

The finale to the couple's special day was their first dance and a balloon drop.  Mr and Mrs Douglas are now enjoying a fabulous honeymoon in the Bahamas and Las Vegas.  Congratulations and thank you Sara and Matt!

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