Tuesday, 18 October 2011

{Real Wedding} Anna & Richard {Yorkshire Sculpture Park}

Anna and Richard were the second Wedding of the Weekend when I photographed them on a gorgeous Saturday in July. The day before (and a wedding) had completely poured it down with Rain, so we were a little apprehensive about how it was going to be.

The gorgeous flowers were from Dennis Beevers in Barnsley

Anna got ready at her parents house, just across the road from the Church in which she was getting married in. I had Hannah from Lifeline Photography who was second shooting for me on the day. I do not always use a Second Shooter but Hannah was looking for experience, but not only that. I knew she would love the couple (and the venue!)

Anna and her Dad opted to walk to the Church, after all they only had to cross the road!
Anna had Emily, Katie, Molly and Eva as her Bridesmaids, and they all looked stunning!

The Couple drove themselves to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, where they were having drinks on the terrace (bottles of corrona!) and chats before we went into photographs.

The couple are rather Camera Shy, but we still managed to get a few of the couple together.
However due to time constraints with the food (and running late a little bit) we didnt go to any of the Sculputres themselves. I wanted to do a stunning sun setting shot, however, due to time they were eating desert!

Anna and Richard had made sure Hannah and I were fed, and as the day was lovely, we sat out on the Terrace to eat our meal. We were close enough by should we need to jump up and take photographs, but also far enough away not to putting pressure on the bride and groom.

The Reception was fantasic. A Bright room flooded with natural light.
Lots of guests having lots of fun. And one of the first Weddings that didnt have Chair Covers!

Anna and Richard had set up a Fingerprint Tree, which was the first time I had seen one in practice. It was beautiful, and definately something different.

Anna and Richard were the "Birds" on the tree (love birds anyone hehe) and the guests chose which "green" colour they wanted and were the leaves.

The room over looked the terrace, the Sculpture Park and beyond.
Hannah and I finished with lots of funny stories, and a lovely memory created for us. I cannot image how Anna and Richard and their families and friends felt.

The speeches brought plenty of tears, and laughter.
A mixture of emotions from everyone.

I wish you both every happiness for the future, and cannot wait to complete and deliver your album.

To discuss having your Wedding Photographed at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, then please visit the venue directly.

To discuss having your photographs taken by Blue Lights Photography then please email adele@bluelightsphotography.co.uk

No comments:

Post a Comment

Real Time Web Analytics