{Natalie & Shaun Hayes} Newby Bridge Hotel & Sayles Farm, Lowick {5 June 2015}

I love writing each wedding blog as it gives me a good excuse to look back on my photographs from earlier in the year. When I was choosing the pictures to sum up Natalie & Shaun’s Wedding day it brought back lots of smiles and happy memories.

I joined Shaun at the Newby Bridge Hotel where the ceremony was taking place. Despite a few nerves, Shaun greeted guests and even managed to fit in a pre wedding pint 🙂

Can you guess Natalie’s favourite colour?!

The bridal party looked great as they waited for the arrival of the Bride.

Arriving in true style and only a little bit late…. 🙂

Shaun waited patiently at the top of the aisle for Natalie’s arrival.

Here she is! Accompanyed by her Dad. Doesn’t she look beautiful!

Even the ceremony had everyone laughing & crying!

I love the photograph of Natalie & Shaun signing the register – true happiness.

Congratulations Mr & Mrs Hayes!

I love how colourful all the guests were, and of course the orange shining through 🙂

Someone wasn’t too keen on the idea of a group photo….. You cant get away that easily though !!

As guests enjoyed afternoon tea we made our way down to Fell Foot for some photographs.

Isn’t it just the perfect setting! It looks like Natalie and Shaun are in Italy!  

….and of course, the photos wouldn’t be complete with out some fun ones!

Natalie & Shaun held their wedding reception at the family home. The transformation of the barn was incredible and it was the perfect place to carry on the celebrations!  

As guests enjoyed homemade cocktails, even the dog didn’t want to miss out on the fun!

After some all important photographs looking down on the valley, it was time for the speeches!

This was the perfect time for me to capture all the guests. Everywhere I looked there were happy faces!

As I left Natalie & Shaun, I knew that they were all going to have a brilliant night!

It was a pleasure to be part of their day and capture it. Everyone had put so much time and effort into the planning and running of the day and I hope that they will be able to look back on their photographs for many years to come and be reminded of their special day.



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