DOCUMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE AWARD WINNING WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
The lovely Kate and Ian honoured their union with a beautiful vintage wedding with a nod to all things historic, firstly saying ‘I do’ at the enchanting Guildhall in Leicester. Structured with preserved timber framed halls and dating back 600 years, this wonderful building was undoubtedly the most opportune venue for this lovely couple’s special and unique day. The ceremony room was simply sublime, and capturing those emotive, reactional moments was immensely gratifying. The bride and groom looked spectacular, both evoking a stunningly executed period vibe, they were beaming with elegance and joy, wearing happy smiles throughout the day.
They continued their celebrations in true Kate and Ian style with a fabulous reception at the incredibly picturesque Wygston’s house. Situated in Applegate, Leicester lies this tremendous converted heritage property, an individualistic and atmospheric setting. Being Leicester’s oldest house it continued the theme perfectly, allowing this awesome antique collecting couple to become apart of its rich history. With the venue transforming the Medieval timber framed hall, the Tudor restaurant and Georgian Mayor’s room into a beautiful wedding venue, it was apparent why this venue captured the heart’s and vision of this lovely pair. Each ingredient of the day saluted history, and it was like being transported back in time, even the pre-wedding shots at Kate and Ian’s home, with an abundance of antiques and wartime memorabilia.
The Reception was decorated beautifully, with a vast array of balloons adorning the ceiling and personal and timelessly graceful details. Many touching moments cascaded through the day and it was incredible being able to document such a heart-warming event, and with the illuminating fairy lights and the excellent entertainment, it was fantastic encapsulating everyone having such a great time. A day filled with the charm of the past, vintage aesthetics, vibrant personalities and endless love and happiness.
We wish them both a lifetime of happiness :)