Molly and Sam got married in September at the spectacular Wyreside Hall, which is a huge country house in Scorton. They had their ceremony at the local village church, which was so pretty. It was one of the most fun weddings I’ve shot and even the rain didn’t dampen the day!

Getting ready

Molly got ready at her parents house all the girls were there, and the children, and the atmosphere was so energetic. Mollys Dad was sweeping the path when I arrived, when he had finished that, he came in and started making gin cocktails, and lining up the samba shots. The morning went smoothly and before you knew it, shots downed, dresses on and off to church. The girls then jumped into a Rolls Royce to get to the ceremony. Many of Mollys friends from the village were waiting for her to arrive to get a glimpse of her amazing dress before she headed inside.

Getting hitched

The ceremony was a beautiful service in their village church not far from Wyreside Hall. The Church was full to bursting, everyone looked amazing. The sun was shining in through the window as Molly made her way down the aisle, it looked incredible. During the ceremony they had a poem written and read by her sister and bridesmaid. It was hilarious and had Molly and Sam laughing all the way through.

The party

The reception was in the main hall at Wyreside Hall. They chose the venue because it’s near their home and they just fell in love with it. It was a elegant wedding, which oozed class. Mollys dress was stunning, set off by a gorgeous 1920s hair clip, whilst Sam looked sharp in his black velvet dinner jacket and bow tie. I love shooting Wyreside Hall weddings because the building is just incredible. The views from the front garden at Wyreside Hall are endless. The decor in the newly renovated building were just as stunning, which was perfect for photographs as the rain rolled in later on.

The best part of the day was the afternoon reception, because they had the amazing Paul Guard entertaining all afternoon. Paul involves all the guests, gets everyone in the party mood and brings endless amounts of amazing photo oportunities. They also had a band during the first dance – it was the best way to kick off the evening reception!

The couple

Molly wore a dress from Lulu browns and a stunning pair of blue shoes by Charlotte Mills, my favourite wedding shoe designer! Sam wore a black velvet dinner jacket, it was gorgeous, they looked amazing.

The couple says that if you’re planning your wedding, the biggest piece of advice they could give you is do your wedding your way!!

Their main aim was to make sure all the guests were entertained all day, and having Paul there ensured everyone was involved and the energy was electric all day!

If you’re planning a Wyreside Hall wedding, get in touch!

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Venue: https://www.wyresidehotel.co.uk

Flowers: https://www.flowerdesign.co.uk

Dress: https://www.lulu-browns.com/about

Suit: Groom Hire https://groomhire.co.uk

Shoes: Charlotte Mills https://charlottemills.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA5dPuBRCrARIsAJL7oegh6Pgy3JV1JQjUi0M8SnEcumZL3GL1Z87KqiJQK5FnrHsfd8h3iIgaAt_hEALw_wcB

Entertainment: http://www.paulguard.com

Wedding Scent: https://www.jomalone.co.uk

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