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After returning from their honeymoon in the Lake District, Emily & Kevin have now seen their wedding photographs, and are delighted with them, so I am pleased to share some more of their favourites.
As I mentioned in a previous blog, Emily & Kevin were married at All Saints Church, in Kirk Deighton on 1st April.
Many members of Kevin’s family have been married at this church, and Kevin was christened there, so Emily agreed that it was the perfect place for their wedding.
Daffodils were blooming in the churchyard, making the ancient church a very pretty location.
Emily & her bridesmaids set off from the Rudding Park Hotel, after a morning of preparations and excitement. All four bridesmaids wore long gowns in a pretty pastel blue colour, along with matching pashminas which proved a very welcome addition against the chilly wind.
Little flower girl, Lillie-Mae was dressed in a pretty cream lace dress, with a warm furry bolero.
Emily wore a beautiful gown with a lace overlay, and a matching lace bolero. Her bouquet featured very pale pink roses along with carnations, lisianthus and muscari.
The church was full of family and friends, some had travelled long distances (from Nottingham, Lincolnshire and Carlisle) to witness this happy event.
Sadly it was a wee bit too blustery to take photos outside after the ceremony, but we did manage a couple of group shots before rain stopped play!
The Reverend Myra Shackley kindly allowed us to go back into the church to take a few photos inside, whilst waiting for the cars to take everyone to the reception.
After a brief detour to The Rudding Park Hotel, where we were able to take some more stunning photos, we proceeded to the Travellers Rest, Crimple, near Harrogate, where family & friends were already in the party spirit.
The marquee was beautifully set out, and Emily had thoughtfully printed out everyone’s menu choice on the tables.
Kevin, and his father, Keith had skilfully crafted all the table numbers from wood, with tea lights in, which were very unusual.
Also on the theme of wood, Emily & Kevin had joiner’s pencils printed with their names and wedding date on as guest favours.
The guests also were treated to a bag of delicious Harrogate chocolates. Which most people saved for later, as they were so full after the delicious meal.
Still on the wood theme was the wedding cake, fashioned as pieces of wood and adorned with flowers.
So all in all, a fabulous day with a lovely couple…RESULT!
Till next time…
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