Katie & Josh got married at The Gallery, Farside Farm. Katie is English and fell in love with it as it reminded her so much of home. I don’t think she could have felt anymore at home on the day of her wedding. It was misty and a chilly 4 degrees. It really did remind me so much of the English countryside and Katie looked like an English Rose. Unfortunately most of her family couldn’t be with her on her wedding day but her Gran, who had never been on a plane before, made sure she was there to walk her granddaughter down the aisle. Katie was a pleasure to photograph and I constantly looked at her thought what a beautiful brave woman, must be from her gran. I found it so emotional watching her Gran walk her down the aisle and the excitement Katie had in her eyes when she saw Josh at the end of the aisle. Josh gazes at Katie in the most loving way, these two were truly a pleasure to photograph.
I must be honest, I’m not a huge fan of shooting indoors. I’m a nature person at heart and nature inspires me. Knowing I would be shooting indoors due to the weather kept me up the night before, but when a couple has so much trust and faith in you it calms your nerves and it’s so rewarding when you produce work outside of your comfort zone and I am so happy with the images we all made together. I was so grateful that the weather cleared for 5 minutes and Katie braved the cold for a few misty shots. Venturing into the surrounds added so much to their wedding story.
Katie & Josh’s friends and family made me feel so at home and part of the family. At one stage I was hiding from Josh’s dad to avoid anymore shots… I was working after all!
Enjoy the pics and I hope those that couldn’t make it can relive the day with Katie & Josh through my images. <3