Only a few days after Kath & Adam’s pre-wedding photoshoot, I photographed their wedding at the same location, The Church of Christ the Consoler (Newby Hall Church), and what a fantastic day. I really enjoy photographing weddings and this was one of those weddings where when I left at the end of the day I really felt I had a brilliant day. Meeting with both Kath & Adam earlier in the week really helped them feel at ease being photographed on their wedding day. On a day which is full of emotion, it can feel overwhelming for the couple, so every little thing that can help them feel at ease is beneficial.
Kath & Adam had well organised a church service followed by a marquee wedding reception. From the elegantly dressed marquee to the very stylish classic cars used to transport the main wedding party, it was a photogenic wedding and as a result I went overboard on the number of photographs I took. The 1903 Panhard was a particular delight, and features in some of the highlights below. Kath & Adam had to gain special permission from the Archbishop of Canterbury to be able to marry at Newby Hall church. It was great to also work again with Simon Manning, who was the videographer for the day. We work well together, respecting each others requirements, to be able to capture the shots we both need.
Some information to help in the planning of your wedding day is that Kath’s stunning wedding drew was the creation of Suzanne Neville of Wilmslow, the band were Super Fuzz, and the catering was organised by the Ainsty Farm Shop, Green Hammerton.
Below is a selection of photographs of highlights from their wedding day for you to enjoy.