Amy and Charles got hitched in Middleton Lodge, North Yorkshire. Much gorgeousness ensued.
So Middleton Lodge is this big old Georgian house nestled in the North Yorkshire countryside, it’s beautiful. Amy and Charles are pretty easy on the eye too so naturally they asked these two funny looking photographers along to capture their wedding day.
We were ultra excited to shoot this wedding, not least of all because we’ve known Amy and Charles for a few years now and we wanted to make sure they got some brilliant pictures. Recently we ran into them on skipping day so they’d already had a little taste of us doing our thing.
Another reason we were hyped was the venue itself. An eighteenth century Palladian country house, still used as a family home and with 200 acres of gardens and countryside. Awesome. They also boast an award winning events team and having spent the day with them, they certainly deserve their accolades.
As for the styling and decorations, there was so much love in them it certainly showed. Amy made all the table decorations and place settings by hand, tea dyed and customised her own veil and even put together all of the bouquets and buttonholes. Oh and Amy’s aunt made their beautiful wedding cake!
All in all it was a great day, buckets of love and laughter, surrounded by friends and family. Exactly what we love to shoot. Even before the bride and groom saw each other the smiles were in full flow. It just got better as they made things official. Happy tears from the guests were soon replaced by massive grins at the drinks reception and the vibe just built.
However grand the settings are nothing makes our hearts and cameras sing quite like two people who are just having the time of their lives together.
Yorkshire wedding photographers and husband and wife team, Emma + Rich take photographs and make films with our own creative, fun and unique way of telling your story. Based in Scarborough near York and Hull, we travel across Yorkshire, the UK and rest of the world to make memories that will last you forever.