Bridal prep was a relaxed and chilled, with Meg and her bridal party enjoying the morning while Georgia Cutts worked her magic on their makeup. I always like to start my day by capturing the little details – the perfume, the jewellery, the invites – a testament to Meg’s meticulous planning. While Meg got her locks perfected, I snuck next door to catch glimpses of the groom and his groomsmen adding the finishing touches. And just like that, Meg was in her dress
and it was time to make our way to the ceremony!
The ceremony room at Bolton Castle was a so beautiful, blending its historic charm with the vibrant hues of The Yorkshire Floral Co’s
blooms – the perfect palette for this autumn wedding. After heartfelt vows, a confetti shower, and a delicious meal, we whisked the newlyweds away for those magical Golden Hour shots! I’m a sucker for Golden Hour captures, and I always do my best to get my couples outside before the sun bids adieu.
Meg & Rob danced the rest of the night away and I remember thinking on my way home that I couldn’t wait to start editing this stunning day. Thank you to Meg & Rob for having me capture your beautiful wedding; I wish you guys a lifetime of happiness together!