bride hitching her dress up walking up on some rocks while her groom looks on
18th May 2019

Andy & Jen’s beautiful Yorkshire Wedding

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10 images from Andy & Jen’s beautiful Yorkshire Wedding

A fun filled family affair in the heart of Yorkshire featuring Winnih the Pooh readings, real and sugar crafted apple tree blossoms and an epic walk through Richmond. Andy & Jen’s beautiful Yorkshire wedding was unlike most weddings I’ve shot so far as they did away with most traditions and had their day their way.

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They got ready together before driving themselves to Richmond Register Office where they got married in front of parents and siblings. Their readings were from Winnih the Pooh (genius!) and straight after the ceremony, we went on a fun walk to the local park for some epic portraits by the waterfalls.

Back at Low Gingerfield Farm, they were met by friends & family for afternoon tea and some pretty unstable Yorkshire weather.

Here’s 10 of their highlights, can’t wait to share their full day super soon!

window light portrait of the bride

bride and bridesmaid holding apple bloom bouquets at Andy & Jen's beautiful Yorkshire Wedding   portrait of bride and groom at Andy & Jen's beautiful Yorkshire Wedding Andy & Jen's first dance at their beautiful Yorkshire Wedding at Low Gingerfield Farm


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