Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Hazlewood Castle Wedding Photographer | Louise & Andy's Wedding Photography Leeds

As professional Leeds wedding photographers, Louise and Andy's wedding was one of those which reminds us of all the reasons why we love our job so much and Louise's smile which greeted us as soon as we arrived at her parents' house was the first of those reasons.  Her beautiful smile never left her face all day long, plus her mum and dad made us very welcome and fed us breakfast of scones, Danish pastries and croissants - delicious!

When we arrived at All Saints' Church in Barwick in Elmet, Andy was just arriving too, meaning that we could crack on with a few photographs of him whilst we waited for a couple of the guys to arrive.  Louise's bridesmaids soon followed so we had an opportunity to capture some portraits of them together before our bride arrived with her dad, just as it started to rain.  Thankfully, it didn't develop into more than a short drizzle.  

It was great to work alongside Alan Macmillan from Macmillan Films.  We really enjoy working with him and we know what a brilliant job he does for his clients.  We also know that Louise and Andy will have a wonderful DVD of their fabulous wedding day to look forward to. 

A quick peek outside at the end of the ceremony confirmed what we'd hoped for - it wasn't raining.  Louise and Andy greeted their guests as everyone exited the church, we had a few minutes for photographs, everyone congratulated and threw confetti at the happy couple and we left for the wedding reception at Hazlewood Castle.

We knew from the beginning that Louise and Andy would be a brilliant to work with and they were very enthusiastic about having some fun and about trying out some different ideas for photographs.  After the group photo session was finished and with a few couple shots in the can, the bridal party met us for some fun photos and the sun came out.  Just what Louise had been hoping for!

As Hazlewood Castle wedding photographers, we knew the Great Hall would look spectacular all set up for the wedding breakfast and so we set aside a few minutes to photograph it, along with all the little details, so that Louise and Andy have a record of how beautiful the room looked dressed in cornflower blue with touches of pink.  The speeches before dinner were very entertaining and Guy, the best man's, was hilarious.

Our favourite time at a wedding has to be when we can spend some time with the couple, go away with them for a while, usually after the wedding breakfast, and create some gorgeous artistic and romantic images. All we need is time and a bride and groom who are as enthusiastic about their wedding photographs as we are.  Louise and Andy gave us plenty of both.  Perfect!

Our sincere thanks and best wishes to the new Mr and Mrs Flynn for choosing us to capture their amazing wedding day, for giving us the time to create some images for them which we are really proud of and for smiling all day long.  We hope you're having a fabulous honeymoon!

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