Wyreside Hall Wedding Photography
WYRESIDE HALL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY | SUPER FUN AND COLOURFUL – MOLLY AND SAM
“I CAN’T STOP LOOKING AT THE PHOTOS, I HAVE CRIED HAPPY TEARS AND LAUGHED SO MUCH. YOU MANAGED TO CAPTURE THE WHOLE DAY AND WE HAVE AMAZING PHOTOS TO LOOK AT FOREVER !!”
Molly and Sam got married in the autumn at the gorgeous Wyreside Hall, which is a stunning venue in Scorton. It was such a fun wedding and the sun even made an appearance!
Molly got ready at her parents home in the village All of her bridesmaids and Mum and Dad where there, and the atmosphere was absolutely electric. Dad made tequila for everyone, even Molly necked a shot before she popped her dress on. The wedding party then rode a Rolls Royce to get to the ceremony. Loads of friends from the village gathered outside the local church to watch Molly arrive with her Dad.
The serious part
The ceremony was a beautiful service at the local church. Set in the small village of Scorton, the church is nestled behind the woods and down a long drive, it is a quaint village church, with THE best Vicar in Lancashire. During the ceremony the bridesmaids read a poem they wrote about the couple, very touching and very funny.
The reception was in the main hall at the venue. They chose Wyreside Hall because it’s near their home and they just fell in love with it. It was a colourful and fun wedding, which excited me as I love colour. I love shooting Wyreside Hall weddings because the people are just incredible. Wyreide Hall has amazing views of the Lancashire coast line, you can see all the way up to Cumbria and the Lake District on a clear day.
They Paul Guard in the afternoon, and a photobooth in the evening. Paul got everyone up singing and dancing all afternoon, there was no time for a break, the laughter and guest participation was incredible!! They decorated the venue with so much colour and Jo Malone Candles, because Molly wanted to scent her wedding and the Rose Oud matched the wonderful reds and pinks they had chosen.
The best part of the day was the speeches, because it made everyone laugh. They also had a song during the speeches – it was so much fun! A sing off between the boys and girls with the girls taking the wining baton !!!
Molly wore Charlotte Mills blue shoes and Sam wore a velvet dinner jacket and they looked so incredible. Molly’s dress was from Lulu Browns and Sam’s buttonhole was made by the wonderfully creative Flower Design.
The couple met at school and have been together for years. They got in touch with me in 2018 and their enquiry was so personal. They said they wanted a fun photographer, and I loved that they just wanted to party.
Molly and Sam’s wedding was such a laugh and totally epic. Here’s their awesome wedding!
If you’re planning a Wyreside Hall wedding, get in touch!