Natalie & Mike
Stirk House Wedding Photography is becoming a regular thing for me at the moment. Yesterday’s wedding was another absolute belter! Below are some sneak peeks from the day, just a few. I scanned through these and gave them a quick edit so that everyone can relive parts of the day. Big shout out to everyone who was there! You made the day extra special and it is the coming together of such fun family members and friends that help make weddings extra special. It really is, trust me! If you came here looking for information on how I approach weddings then I have an article on wedding photography in Leeds.
So the day started at St Mary’s in Gisburn and despite their being 3 rain showers before the ceremony it was glorious! Yes it was a little bit on the blowy side but you really couldn’t complain. When Natalie walked down to the church with her dad it just set an incredible scene and the day was officially underway.
I have to admit the area where the register is signed is quite possibly the most beautiful setting I have photographed the signing of the register.
Big thank you to everyone for letting me boss you about here and get you all into position for this awesome confetti shot. High fives to each and every one of you!
When we got back to Stirk House there was a bit of a big cloud coming over so we went to get the bride and portraits soon. When it came to the family portraits, we had already done these at the church a little earlier.
The room looked stunning and I absolutely love shooting wedding receptions in this room. That big sky light above is just heaven.
Brilliant speeches all round and some particular funny moments, including the rainbow! But I won’t repeat anything I heard on here. I always like hearing about how people met and the adventures they have. Great speeches guys!
It’s worth pointing out that before these photos were taken it literally rained for half an hour non stop. Did we notice? Nope. Everyone was being well fed by the team.
So for the photo above I helped make the little girl (I’ve forgotten her name already!) smile. Then the one below I pulled the camera away from my face, spoke to the couple and blew a raspberry. That got the nerves settled and they burst out laughing!
I’m doing quite a lot of Stirk House wedding photography at the moment and it’s becoming a bit of a second home!
There was good banter on the dancefloor and no one was shy of the camera! Oh and the guy in the photo below had some seriously slick moves!
It’s that guy again, Dave! Below: the final shot of the day. What a wedding!!!
Stirk House Wedding Photography
If you are getting married at Stirk House or anywhere else local then do consider me to be your wedding photographer. In the words of the girls… “very nice! I like a you!”