The coming together of two amazing people in a simple, rustic spring setting, set in heart the North Yorkshire Moors, what more do you want? And I was lucky enough to be able to capture it!
Here are a few intimate photos from the day…..
Sophie looked stunning thanks to two local stylists.
Hair by local Stylist Elisa Hart – Makeup by local stylist – Rebecca Appleton Makeup Artist
Only a truly rustic wedding can be set in a converted barn right? Oh and there is a castle ruin added in for good measure. The venue is Danby Castle, set in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors, with stunning views of the Esk Valley leading towards Whitby. The North Yorkshire Steam railway meanders below in the foot of the valley while sheep, cows and grouse can be heard in the distance. This is truly a magical place to commit to one another.
With it been spring yellow and green were in order, with a simple, but elegant table design. Hessian, wood and tea lights set the scene with a touch of glass to add some sparkle.
Venue – Esk Valley Weddings www.eskvalleyweddings.com
Decor – Perfectly You Eventswww.perfectlyyouevents.co.uk
Flowers – Flowers by Michaela Facebook – @flowersbymichaela
Both looked stunning for their big day, Sophie in a ivory Kate Fearnley Boutique dress and Ash in a striking blue suit from Dandy Threads, both excellent local suppliers that take the time and care to listen to your needs. Both offer a unique personal experience and I could recommend the, highly enough
Suits – Dandy Threads, Westgate, Guisborough
Dress – Kate Fearnley Boutique, Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough
Congratulations Sophie & Ash and all the best.
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