Rosie and Pete’s Yorkshire wedding seems like such a long time ago now, but it’s down as one of my favourite tipi weddings so I had to re-blog it since loosing the previous post to website hackers.
Rosie was getting ready at her mums house and was running a little late at the hairdressers so I was subject to a table full of food and a cuppa upon arriving at her parents gorgeous little cottage, a stones throw from the church.
The ceremony was at All Saints church in Burstwick, where Rosie’s parents had married some years earlier. It was lovely to see some photographs from their wedding during the morning preparations. There was a lot of love at this wedding which was obvious as soon as I arrived. Rosie walked the short distance to the church with her dad and bridesmaids as neighbours gathered at the gates to catch a glimpse of the beautiful bride.
After a short service and some lovely singing from the choir it was time for their journey onward to Pete’s family farm in Beeford. Before they boarded the tractor the couple released some doves and posed for photographs with their unusual wedding transport.
The tipis looked amazing. Rosie and Pete had thought of everything. From the ice cream cart to the fire pits outside complete with blankets for the evening guests to relax on. They also had a helicopter randomly fly over during their big group shot which everyone thought was planned. I even captured the helicopter passenger taking photos of the wedding party from inside the helicopter, although you can only see this once zooming in.
It was such a lovely wedding, one of the most relaxed I’ve ever photographed. I absolutely loved being part of Rosie and Pete’s special day. If you would like to know more about my wedding packages you can visit my pricing page.