Life doesn’t stop when you get married, especially when you’ve got twin toddlers. Sue & Steve’s wedding at Wortley Hall was a gorgeous, down to earth day.
Wortley Hall Wedding Photography
I’ve known Sue for a few years as she used to be my landlady, so it was a real pleasure to be able to photograph her wedding. She got ready at the gorgeous, luxury and elegant Wortley Hall, which has been standing since 1586. Bridal prep is a really nice time to just enjoy with your bridesmaids, have a few proseccos and look forward to the wedding. All of this happened until Sue put twin number 1 in her dress. What proceeded next was about 30 minutes of crying and noise until she got to daddy at the wedding ceremony, but Sue is a great mum and took it in her stride.
Natural Wedding Photography
Again, life doesn’t stop even during the ceremony where Steve had an arm of steal while he held his daughter throughout the whole wedding, even while exchanging rings! The ceremony was beautifully serenaded by James Hey as the wedding party left Wortley Hall and went out onto the 26 acre gardens with picturesque formal woodland which gave a gorgeous background for the formal group photographs. A quick 10 minute walk with the bride and groom round the gardens for their wedding portraits and it was to mingling with the guests capturing candid wedding photos.
English Weather at Wortley Hall
It wouldn’t be an English wedding without the rain and Sue and Steve’s wasn’t any exception as it absolutely chucked it down during the wedding breakfast, but thankfully the sun was back out over Wortley Hall to grab some golden light portraits with my bride and groom.
Thank you Sue and Steve for choosing me photograph your wedding at Wortley Hall.