Greywood Hall Wedding
Today we are happy to share the wedding of Chris and Kerry at the stunning Greywood Hall in Wakefield.
Our friends often say to us how lucky we are to be able to work in weddings full time. How every day is unique and special. That every time we work, we are witness to excitement, joy and love. And we wholeheartedly agree! Being wedding photographers is a lot of hard work and responsibility. Yet, we have found a career that we both love. It is wonderful being able to work together with such passion. We are so incredibly lucky to be able to do what we do for a living. Working hard to capturing every detail of your special day. Chris and Kerrie's wedding was no exception. A very relaxed day of smiles and laughter.
Husband And Wife Wedding Photography Team
Chris and Kerrie had, as they wanted, a stress-free day. Hidden away were their venue and reception at Greywood Hall in Castleford. With nothing else around this location was perfect for their intimate wedding. Chris arrived with their three boys and family shortly before the bride.
Journalistic Wedding Photographers
Kerrie, her friend and twin daughter bridesmaids arrived to very unexpected warm weather! For her something blue, Kerrie arrived with her Mum in a blue Rolls Royce. Her hair trailed down her back in a loose french plait with her hairpiece woven in.
Documentary Wedding Photography
A beautiful ceremony followed with some photographs under the green ivy arch outside. The drinks reception was underway while the children played in the willow tree. Speeches were short, sweet and funny. The bride's brother, best man, mother of the bride and father of the bride all made a speech.
Personal Touches at Greywood Hall
Dotted around were the individual, personal touches. The sweet table was an incredible hit with everyone! Our day with Kerrie and Chris finished with the cutting of their cake and first dance. The cake was a rather spectacular giant fondant dancy. Inside the cake was jaffa cake flavour!
We had such fun looking through their photos to narrow down our selection for this post. We realised that our favourite shots were those showing the humour and love from the day. The bride looking anxiously at her Mum. The unstoppable smile on her fast before walking down the aisle. Kerrie's Dad doing rabbit ears behind her. With Kerrie knowing precisely what her Dad would instantly do for the camera! A beautiful close to the evening was watching the newlyweds dance into the night. Surrounded by all the friends and family boogying around them.