The Barden Tower Wedding Of Hannah & Domingo
This was another Barden Tower Wedding which I will cherish for a number of reasons. From a “work” point of view this is the first wedding I have shot whereby the Old Chapel was the focal point. Wow. Simply stunning. Have a scroll down and look for yourselves. I am blown away by how nice this looks. It is warm (sounds silly I know but it does help!) and helps this already great wedding venue elevate to being one of the best for miles.
From a personal point of view I felt incredibly welcome, like I always do, but also like part of the family. I had my own seat and was put next to some of the nicest people too. Scroll down for more ramblings from myself in between each picture.
Although I am originally a Manchester wedding photographer, I do love it around here!
Not only do I love driving over the moors but now whenever I am heading over to do a Barden Tower wedding I will be even more excited.
Always nice to have a bride early so I can get a few pictures. It is actually really rare! Hannah was oh so chilled, it was excellent!
I can only imagine the excitement walking up to this stunning venue and about to see your man!
During the ceremony I had the most amazing view of the wedding. I think I had the best seat in the house! Just look at how gorgeous this is. Everyone is so happy! It was like this for the whole day!!!
A tad nippy outside yet when the group shots were finished people still stayed out to enjoy the Yorkshire beauty. Yes it is not the nice hot Spanish weather we all know and love but when you are in a place like this you just have to take up the beauty.
Hannah and Domingo, one of the warmest couples I have had the pleasure of meeting!
This little one was so adorable! Below, big shout out to Chris who helped translate a few things for me. He worked so hard and partied even harder later on. Loved this wedding!!!
The party was well under way nice and early. It didn’t take much for everyone to get into the spirit of things. Below; I wanted to get an epic shot of H&D infront of the ruins with the clear sky. I think this was well worth the effort.