Autumn wedding photography, all those luscious colours to play with, throw in some moody light and BOOM!
Trevor and Margaret’s day was a Wednesday at the end of October, why is Wednesday important, well because it completed our full house :) “BINGO” so now we’ve shot weddings on every day of the week! Thanks guys for completing our wedding week score card!
A chilled out or was that a chilly autumn wedding day
All was calm in the bridal cottage, with everything under control, a few hours later the boys arrived and the anticipation of the day grew :) Closest family and friends filled the West Barn for the ceremony to begin, with a short walk across the courtyard the girls and dad were ready to make that walk down the aisle. The day stayed dry if not a little chilly round the edges, but warm enough with a glass or two of bubbly to enjoy the outdoor space at The Ashes. Whilst guests enjoyed the repertoire and request list from the Dotted Crotchets, we took a short wander around the Ashes with the new Mr & Mrs before they were back to their party :)
Making the most of the autumnal weather, for some great photos
Just as speeches came to an end we noticed the mist rolling in over the lake, with a haunting moon dipping in and out behind the fast moving clouds, can’t miss an opportunity like that now can we?! And it was worth it too, as well as a fantastic image for Mags and Trevor we achieved our second Fearless Photographers award with this image :)
Over the hills back to Manchester
We left everyone partying the night away, the newly weds enjoying the thought of a chilled out mini-moon in Wales and relishing the thought of hotter climes in Hawaii later in the year too! Autumn wedding photography at The Ashes, was a treat, can we order mist for our next visit too! ;)
2015 saw us cross the Pennines three times to The Ashes, catch up with our other weddings there in summer for Lisa & Duncans’ celebrations or from earlier in the year for Ruth & Gareth’s Ashes wedding day.
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Flowers: The Topiary Tree Florist
Music: Dotted Crotchets