Emily & Kingsleys Wedding Blog. Ryther Church, Yorkshire.

So last Saturday saw us shooting Emily & Kingsley's wedding at Ryther Church, Yorkshire. The rest of the week had been pretty decent weather wise but the forecast didn't look too good for the day. Between heavy rain and strong winds were periods of blue sky and sun....very mixed. Taking this into consideration as we first met with Emily at her parents house for the bridal preps it was clear that the weather was just a minor issue and the real focus of the day was her marriage to Kingsley. We've known Emily & Kingsley for a few years and know what they mean to each other. A perfect match for a perfect couple.

In the ample garden a beautiful tipi decorated to perfection stood with room for many guests, a bar and of course a dance floor with the biggest disco ball we've ever seen. They had gone for a vintage rustic theme which suited them perfectly. 

As the morning drew on it was time for Emily to put on her beautiful dress which was hand made by her mum. The perfect style for Emily and we were sure Kingsley was going to be amazed.

As a little {big} surprise Emily's parents had organised a horse drawn carriage for her to arrive in at the church. Fingers crossed it wasn't going to rain now as the journey was going to take a good 20 minutes to get there.

We headed off to the church to see Kingsley for the first time that day as was met with a beaming smile and someone who couldn't wait to see his bride. After a few groom and groomsmen shots we could see the horse and carriage heading down the quaint lane. Finally the ceremony was here and it went perfectly. Guest, family and friends all smiling to see the new happy couple.

It was time to head back to Emily's parents house for their barbecued tipi wedding breakfast, speeches and an evening for relaxing and catching up with family and friends. A brilliant end to a brilliant day.

We would both like to wish Emily & Kingsley all the best and a big congratulations again. Thank you for looking after us.

Nick & NIc