INTIMATE LAKE DISTRICT ELOPEMENT - LAKE DISTRICT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Angela and Colin had a super intimate wedding at Briery Wood Country Hotel in Windermere, The Lake District, with just 6 guests and their gorgeous little dog too. Have I said how much I love animals at wedding, I love them!
As many people will know the weather is extremely unpredictable in the Lakes with its mountains and valleys, but it all turned good when it came for their outdoor ceremony under the bandstand in the fabulous gardens of Briery Wood. Angela walked up the aisle with her daughter, and waiting for her was Colin and their son. It was a true emotional family celebration as you can see from Angela & Colin’s daughters reaction, I had watery eyes just watching her, it was such an incredibly sweet moment.
After a spot of afternoon tea back inside, we headed down to the Lake to get a bit more adventurous. This was something Angela & Colin were really hoping the weather did put a stop too as they are wedding photographers themselves and they obviously wanted to make as much as they could from this beautiful area, especially as they actually live down South. Everything came together, the weather held off and we made some flipping awesome photos! Angela wore her personalised ‘Mrs Phillip’s’ denim jacket over her dress which gave her floral gown a real Rock n Roll vibe! It was such a fabulous secluded spot we found with a picture perfect backdrop of the mountains in the background. These two totally rocked their portraits and were rather cheeky with each other as you will see from Angelas face in some of the photos :-)
Thanks for having me along to capture your special days guys! It was such a pleasure to see how small elopements such as yours can still retain all the personal and emotional elements, in fact I think your ceremony was so incredibly emotional and special it was a joy to watch.
If you are getting married this gem of a spot and need a Lake District Photographer, or you are having a small elopement, then get in touch with me HERE for a natter.