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Vermont Hotel Wedding

Vermont Hotel Wedding – Fine Art Wedding Photography

David And Ashleigh’s Vermont hotel wedding was a very clam and classy affair.

We met David and Ashleigh at a wedding open evening held at the Vermont Hotel, and immediately hit it off. An easy conversation flew by as we listened to how they were planning their wedding day. They identified our style from looking at our sample albums and felt we were a good fit, and as it turned out we had a brilliant day them.

Starting our coverage at their home, where David and the guys were preparing, it was easy to notice that David was a little nervous, with Ashleigh’s dad helping to break the ice. They were looking forward to the drive in the Vermont’s Rolls Royce Phantom.

Again when we arrived at The Vermont, the girls were just quietly having a giggle and having a sip or three of Prosecco.

Ashleigh’s dress was stunning, so much so I could not stop taking pictures. I joked with her, “don’t get married, stay here and let me shoot you for hours” lol. But she had an appointment with her best friend downstairs, so I had 5 mins with her to capture some stunning portraits.

It all went to tears when her dad walked in. Dad’s! we are all the same, we want to see our children happy…….. I was choked to see him feeling so proud.

David’s reaction to seeing his stunning bride appear around the corner, priceless…… my camera was busy.

The rest of the day is a blur to me, we effortlessly moved from FineArt portraits to candid images of the emotions that filled the day.

We ended the day with some couple portraits on the spectacular roof terrace, giving stunning views of the river Tyne and bridges.

These Vermont Hotel weddings are the reason I came into this business, simple stylish weddings to capture with classy people having fun.

If you love to book us to shoot your Vermont Hotel wedding then get in touch by calling 0191 2605055 or use our contact page to let us know your wedding plans. We are on Facebook to.

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