Jodie and Paul decided that The Devonshire Fell, a stunning venue in the picturesque village of Burnsall, was the perfect place for them to get married.
I have fond memories of visiting Burnsall with my family when I was younger. We used to spend all day by the river with a barbeque. This meant I was super excited to photograph a wedding here knowing how beautiful the village was.
As the whole day was at their chosen venue, I set off to the Devonshire Fell bright and early for bridal prep with Jodie. Paul arrived shortly afterwards and I took the groomsmen into the village for a few photos before the ceremony. After a few photos I could tell the guys weren’t enjoying themselves so I asked what would make them happy. And they all replied “A pint!” So we went to the local pub instead and the photos were much more relaxed.
The ceremony was beautiful and intimate. Jodie had three gorgeous flower girls.
After a quick glass of champagne I whisked the couple off from some lovely intimate shots around the village. Then we headed back for a fun group shot in the Devonshire Fell’s beautiful garden.
The speeches were hilarious. The best man even gifted Paul with a sword! That took the cutting of the cake to a whole new level of dangerous.