Mandy and Paul got married in St Cuthbert’s church in Ormesby we then we to the North Ormesby institute and we visited Stewart’s park, Ormesby hall and Middlesbrough football ground for photographs, there we met a famous footballer, who I had no idea who he was, I had to ask, but he kindly posed for some photographs for us.
We got to Mandys home early morning and it was raining, not the thing we wanted to see, but rain never stopped us in the past and only made us more focused, mandy was super organised too! she was nearly ready! her bridesmaids were ready, this is a rare thing for a wedding morning.
Stunning eyes, Mandy just shines through on all her photos, the time came to set off and we were lucky, the rain had almost stopped, but it was still very damp in the air and it made us get more creative with the day.
It’s a moment that sadly too many of us have to face at some point in our time, the loss of a loved one, our mam, our dad, to remember them on the biggest day in your life is true and lovely. here we lit a candle to remember them.
Ormesby Hall was perfect, I can’t wait to do my next wedding there, I’d recommend a visit, please check out their site in the link below, I’m part of the national national trust and I do often get to see such fantastic places in the course of the year
Somethings your cant control, the weather and animals in the background, this lovely horse came over to say hello.
A shot i’m well known for and a one I love each time, the sunset shot, at this point I’m excited, i’m on the ground getting this shot.
One of the most drove over roads in the north east, sometimes you can drive past so many times and not even see what’s there.