I love this moment of serenity between Rose and Tom at their beautiful Grays Court wedding last month. Especially as it came during an action packed day with so much going on!
I knew from the first day we met Rose and Tom that theirs would be an amazing wedding. We spent a long while talking with them and getting to know them, and Rose told us she’d had a list of over 50 photographers before she found us…and when she did, she called Tom to say “I think I’ve found them!” (We were blushing at this point…it’s just so exciting to work with couples who ‘get’ what we do, and love our work!)
The wedding itself had so many special touches and moments, and I’m so pleased to be sharing it today, just before we head off to Somerset tomorrow for Rose and Tom’s ‘Wedding Part Two’ this weekend! Yep, they’re getting all dressed up all over again for a second reception with their family and friends in the south, and we’re off to spend the day with them to cover that one too!
So, time for some photos! Colin started the day with the boys this time, and Heather headed over to the girls for all the bridal preparations…
The boys headed over to St. Giles’ Church, Skelton, ready for the ceremony…
At this point, Rose was still getting ready at Grays Court…being fashionably late!😉
I love that from the first moment they saw eachother, Rose and Tom couldn’t stop smiling!
One of the many advantages of having the two of us photographing your wedding, is that we can literally be in two places at once! Whether it’s for the bride and groom preparations in the morning, different angles in the ceremony, or in this case, Colin joining Rose and Tom on their horse-drawn carriage, whilst I joined the rest of the guests in the vintage bus back to Grays Court.
Congratulations Rose and Tom, and we’ll see you again this weekend!
Featured suppliers: Rose’s dress is a Sassi Holford design. Her shoes were hand-painted by the lovely Sonia at Le Soulier (highly recommended). The bridesmaids’ dresses were from Marks & Spencer, and the groom and groomsmen wore suits from Youngs. Hair by Paula at Reflections Hair Designand make-up by Julie Mercer. Cake by Sam at Love My Cake. Flowers by Fiona atHeaven Scent. The vintage bus was from The Yorkshire Heritage Bus Company. Ceremony and drinks reception music came from the York String Quartet, and evening reception music was from Frankly Jazz.
Natural, relaxed and creative wedding photography from the Colin Murdoch Studio. Husband and wife photographer duo based in Skipton and covering Yorkshire, Lancashire and beyond.