A LOT goes on at weddings. They’re magical, romantic… and the busiest days of our lives! With everyone we know all in one place, a schedule to be kept and plans to be followed, it’s no wonder the day goes by in a blur. The top piece of advice couples give in their English Wedding interviews is to take a moment to stop and take it all in, because everything happens in such a rush!
And that’s where photographers come in. The best will capture the moments you missed as well as those you’ll want to cherish forever. York Place Studios get this – and they are uniquely talented in the way they do it. I love how every image tells not just one story, but many. Grab a cuppa and scroll through Sara and Sam’s day slowly, because I promise you’ll chuckle at times, love the romance and all of those precious little interactions between guests which are what really make a wedding.
There’s gorgeousness aplenty too: Sara’s dress and that VEIL are just wow!!!! The bridesmaids look stunning in sequins; the flowers are divine (and I love how the little bridesmaid cradles hers so carefully)! The venue is Eden Broughton Hall, a fabulous ceremony and party space transformed from a 17th century barn. There’s space for 100 guests or a marquee, with 6 bedrooms so your nearest and dearest can stay for breakfast too!
Images are by our lovely friends and sponsors, Documentary Wedding Photographers York Place Studios!
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“Thank you so much for the slideshow and the photos. They are so incredible and you have caught so many amazing moments. Raffy was the perfect subject you have a magic touch with him! Les said Fred has watched it so many times! I absolutely love the music too and was very excited when there was some Justin in there! Apart from the ones of me and Sam there are so many beautiful ones of the little ones and the one of my bridesmaid on the dance floor pole is incredible!” ~ Sara & Sam
“One thing we always try to do in our photography whether at weddings or on the streets is to create imagery with more than one layer and, where possible, more than one story within a single frame. We like to try and create depth to the photograph, drawing the viewer from background to foreground across the width of the frame, filling the image with multiple elements in between.” ~ York Place Studios
Grab a lovely cup of (Yorkshire) tea, snuggle up with something cosy and enjoy the pics!