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Rudding Park Wedding Photography | Kelsey & Alastair

Kelsey & Alastair were married at the fabulous Rudding Park, Harrogate. The whole wedding day took place at Rudding with Kelsey and the girls getting ready in hotel. I do love shooting Rudding Park Wedding Photography! Following the legal ceremony in the library it was a quick walk over the road to the Chapel for […]

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Castle Howard Wedding Photographer

Looking for a Castle Howard Wedding Photographer? Please get in touch! This was my first time photographing a wedding at the fabulous Castle Howard just outside of York. The whole event took place at the castle with the bride getting ready in one of the very characteristic bedrooms. The great hall where the ceremony takes […]

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Hotel Du Vin Wedding Photography | Caroline & James | York

I’m lucky to photograph some really nice wedding venues and the Hotel Du Vin in York is no exception. Caroline & James got married at St Mary’s Church in Haxby before heading into York for the reception. Caroline got ready in one of the stunning rooms at the hotel making it that bit easier to […]

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Rudding Park Wedding Photography | Hannah & Ryan

The wedding of Hannah & Ryan took place at the wonderful Rudding Park near Harrogate. The whole wedding including bridal preparations happened at the hotel with a small ceremony kicking off the days events. Some weddings are just full of detail and this had it all! Following the morning service it was back for a […]

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Sandburn Hall Wedding Photography | Sabrina & Karl

The wedding of Sabrina & Karl took place at the lovely St Mary’s Priory Church in Old Malton. The day started at Sabrina’s parents house with bridal prep and champagne drinking! It was then off to meet Karl at the Royal Oak pub with the boys! It was looking good weather wise but then during […]

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