I love the spectacle of a castle wedding – and there’s something very English about the luxury of a huge wedding venue with a rich history, with wedding guests in their finery milling around like lords and ladies.
Not to mention a beautiful bride in cascades of silk, swishing and swirling around like a real princess – and Lucy is wonderful in this gorgeous wedding shot by Tierney Photography.
Lucy and Patrick were married at Wentworth Castle, Barnsley just a few weeks ago. They both look fantastic in these photographs, and I really love the style of their wedding day: classy, vintage and full of emotion.
The day will take you from ear-to-ear smiles, to happy tears and real pride – the images of Lucy and Patrick around the wedding venue show a happy, proud and made-for-each-other bride and groom. Enjoy!
Wentworth Church is a pretty impressive English wedding venue – for more information visit WentworthChurch.com.
From the full blog post over at Tierney Photography I think Patrick and Lucy are enjoying a bit of audience participation as a cute toddler legs it up the aisle for a closer look!
What a treat… the car is Lucy’s dad’s: a vintage American hot rod (so it says on Mark Tierney’s blog! I’m no expert but…) I love it! That’s one very special wedding car.
I love the ribbon on the bus – they must have found a really long one. 🙂
After the church ceremony the bride and groom set off for Wentworth Castle in true vintage style, with guests catching the bus to join them.
The wedding reception: Wentworth Castle
Patrick and Lucy held their reception at Wentworth Castle, a magnificent building set in acres and acres of historic gardens.
I love the bright, fresh colours Lucy and Patrick chose for their day. The pretty green theme is summery and different, and the pink accents stand out like the proverbial cherry on the cake!
Wedding portraits by Tierney Photography
The bride and groom spent a little time exploring the venue in golf buggies – the grounds were too extensive to walk! I think Mark enjoyed the excursion as well: he certainly got some amazing photographs as a result.
And last but not least…
Congratulations to Lucy and Patrick, and many wishes for a wonderful future together.