{Suzanne & Paul Salmon} get married [11 August 2012] Newby Bridge


Suzanne & Paul contacted me about a year ago enquiring about my wedding photography, so after meeting up to discuss it and visiting the venue I was really happy when they decided to booked me. 

I joined Suzanne, her girls, her mum and her bridesmaids all getting ready on the morning of 11 August. With the ceremony not until late afternoon it allowed lots of time for the girls to get ready. I managed to capture these small details while everyone was being pampered downstairs. 

 These next two photographs were taking within seconds of each other. The first one was taken while the finishing touches were being made to Suzanne’s hair and the second was the moment she got to see her self all ready! The glow of her face says it all!

With a slightly longer route than planned for me to get to the church I arrived to capture this last one of Suzanne Turner with her Dad beside her ready to give her away.

As both Suzanne and Paul said their vows to each other they were soon officially Mr & Mrs Salmon!

Look at their happy faces as they left the church and all their family and friends congratulated them.

A quick kiss in the back of the vintage wedding car before heading to a special location for some couples portraits. 

We managed to stop off at Gummers How for a couple of portraits of the new Mr & Mrs Salmon, the location was brilliant with the wonderful view behind. It really showed off what a lovely place Suzanne & Paul chose to get married.

We then arrived at the Newby Bridge Hotel for the wedding reception. We carried on the few formal family photos before sitting down to eat and listen to the speeches. 

Taking  the formality of the group photo to give a relaxed and fun feel!

How cute? I love Suzanne & Paul’s couple photos, they look so happy together.

After all the group photos had been taken it was time for the speeches! 

But with the weather being kind it wasn’t long before the guest had filtered back outside for some fun and games! 

I think it was safe to say that nearly everyone was enjoying the fun and getting involved! 

I would love to know what you girls were taking about in the photo below – whatever it was it seemed to be pretty funny!

Everywhere you looks someone had a smile on there face – It made my job easier! 

I am finishing with this photo of Suzanne and Paul doing their first dance. Like with all my weddings I photograph, It was a pleasure to be a part of their special day. So thank you and I wish you lots of happiness in your new life as Husband and Wife. 


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