Graham and Masi’s Wedding 28.04.12 | Ripley Castle and St Wilfred’s Church
North Yorkshire Wedding Photography by Claire Morris Photography
Graham & Masi were married at St Wilfred’s Church, a quaint little church on the top of a hill with gorgeous surroundings on a rainy April afternoon. The rain did not detract from the beauty of the picturesque setting. However we had a moment of glorious sunshine as the bride and groom left the church, husband and wife to be congratulated by their guests. The heavens opened once again as the guests left the church grounds which actually makes quite a photo… a sea of umbrellas.
We then headed for Ripley Castle the luxourious wedding venue on the outskirts of Harrogate. The rain didn’t stop Graham and Masi from making use of the castle grounds for their bride and groom photographs. We got out the wedding umbrellas and embraced the British weather. These two were such a fun couple to photograph, giggling and stiking poses as the rain poured on them. After the speeches and wedding breakfast as the sun was setting I stole Graham & Masi once more away from their wedding party for some more photographs to enjoy the last few moments of sunshine whilest I took some lovely shots against the warm sunset sky.
Masi’s choice of colours and styling for the big day .. red shoes for all the girls and matching red socks for the boys, combined with gorgeous warm purples and pastles looked beautiful and warmed the otherwise grey skys with colour.
The couple must of put alot of hard work and sentiment into all their details. The tables were named after poems Graham had written to Masi and on the reverse side were the poems, of course while we were photographing them we had a little read… So sweet … such a gorgeous idea.
Congratulations Graham & Masi – Agne and I wish you all the happiness in the world!
Wedding Photography by Claire Morris Photography
0113 262 3711 | 07821 757761 | Leeds
Photography by Claire Morris & Agne Zubyte
Ripley Castle Wedding Photographer
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