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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Hazelwood Castle Wedding Photography - Yorkshire Wedding Photographer

On Saturday it was Laura & Andy's turn to say their wedding vows at the fab Hazelwood Castle in North Yorkshire.
A somewhat early start at Hazelwood Castle at 8am and not a cup of coffee or Red Bull in sight even after Fridays Wedding Fun with Sara & Myles at Aldwark Manor in York :-/

Lots of girly fun as Laura & Co got theirselves looking super gorg ready for a fab, fun wedding day. The sun was sing and OMG the sky looked totally awesome!!! Perfect for wedding photography me thinks?

It was nice to see Lynette from Elenor Rose Bridal too as she tries to make a point of dressing the bride if you purchase your bridal gown from her, check out her facebook page HERE and get in touch

Laura & Andy did all the official wedding stuff around 11am in The Victoria Room at Hazelwood Castle as the church on site is not a working one so a registrar is needed.

After the official stuff we all gathered outside the front to capture as many shots as poss of family & bridal party guests etc with lots of fun thrown into the mix.

At 1pm it was time for the ceremony in the church on site at Hazelwood Castle where the legend that is Father Ian was in the house ( with his super long Canon Lens )

Nothing was too much trouble for Laura & Andy as we made off around Hazelwood Castle for some Creative Wedding Shots ( thanks guys )
The more time you give us the more fab wedding images we can capture :-)

We rocked well into the night and wow as sunset came we were lucky enough to get some absolutely gorgeous Red Sky!!!

Here are just a handful of wedding images from Laura & Andy's totally fab wedding day at Hazelwood Castle

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K x






































































































































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