Clare and Chris Wedding - Rufforth Church - York Wedding Photographer
Posted on 19th July 2020 at 10:08
The second post lockdown wedding for me to photograph was the beautiful wedding of Clare and Chris at Rufforth Church near York and what a lovely occasion it was. With a limit of 30 people allowed to be in attendance it was a shame that Clare and Chris could not have the wedding day they originally planned with all the guests they would like to have invited. However they had a great time regardless with their close family, and with a wedding celebration planned for next summer they intend to fully celebrate their marriage with all their friends and family at Goldsborough Hall.
On the morning of the wedding Clare’s preparations took place at her parents farm and travelled to the church in a family friends classic Mk2 Ford 1600 Lotus Cortina Twin Cam. Rufforth Church was the ceremony location of their choosing and what a beautiful church both inside and out. The Reverend Martin Otter conducted a lovely service and although church services are not currently allowed to have hymn singing, an organist played a lovely piece of music as Clare and Chris signed the register.
It was somewhat unfortunate that the weather on the day did not quite happen as forecast being overcast with outbreaks of rain for most of the day. It was due to brighten up in the afternoon, and although there were some glimmers of sunshine, these were short lived. It was not however cold, and everybody enjoyed the day regardless.
It felt great to once again be photographing a wedding. They are fabulous occasions and I thoroughly love being able to capture some stunning and creative memories for the couple to remember the day for the rest of their lives. I am very much looking forward to spending the day with them again next year at Goldsborough Hall and capturing that day for them as a fantastic memory of this unusual and strange time in history. They are a great couple and I would like to share with you some highlights from their wedding day.
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