UK wedding photographer based in Yorkshire. Sharing weddings I have the privilege to capture along with tips for couples planning their special day.
Amy and Michael’s wedding was pretty special. Split across two days, they had their ceremony on the Friday at Leeds Civic Hall and then celebrated with everyone the next day at The Tetley in Leeds.
This is the first time I have done a confetti shot with white confetti, and honestly I loved it! It looked so cool against all the stone architecture of Leeds Civic Hall. I’ve shot lots of smaller weddings here, and each one has been as lovely as the last. It has a vast amount of space at the front in Millennium Square as well as the grand steps which make it great for group shots and couple portraits. Plus, it’s super easy for all your guests to find if they’re coming from outside of Leeds. After the ceremony the wedding party made their way to the Restaurant Bar and Grill in the city centre for some great food, drinks and toasts.
Having the wedding split across two days meant Amy got to sport two different outfits – a gorgeous square neck dress and a stunning jumpsuit. Who said you have to have just one? Both were beautiful and the jumpsuit helped with all the dancing! Bridal jumpsuits seem to be having a real moment and I’m here for it.
One of my fave parts of the decor in the Tetley was the print out pictures of their precious pooch on the tables. It felt like he was there in spirit! There was also a #byebyebentley neon sign for Amy to say goodbye to her maiden name! I love this idea and I really am a sucker for neon signs, more of these please!
This wedding party really knew how to get down on the dance floor too, and if there’s one thing I love about weddings, it’s capturing people really letting loose. The more drinks the better 😂
Hope you enjoy the images from this epic wedding!
You also get to see some of the polaroids I shot at the wedding as an added bonus! Lucky you ‘ey.
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