Shortly after landing back into the UK from Sorrento it was round two of Becki and Russell’s wedding. The blessing was to be held at a local church which had close family connections then onto the reception at Crow Hill in Marsden. The weather was a little cooler than we had out in Italy but more akin to what I would expect for my Yorkshire Wedding Photography!

Yorkshire Wedding Photography Crow Hill Hotel

The church was on at quite a rural location, on a hilltop with a pub next to it! The guys grabbed a quick pint at the pub before making their way in for the blessing. The girls arrived in style, if not a little fashionably late for a lovely family blessing at the church.

The Crow Hill Hotel was a perfect location for the wedding reception. The building has a real architectural feel to it however keeps it’s homely feel. The wedding breakfast and speeches were held in the house, then the party started in the marquee. There was a little surprise behind the curtains in the reception area, the guests were gathered for the unveiling of Becki and Russell’s cake. This cake was no ordinary cake, it was a Choccywoccydoodah cake. The cake was a piece of art, sculptured from white chocolate in an Italian theme. Becki had told me about the cake whilst I had spoken to them in the UK, they took the day out to collect it from Brighton and to me the cake sums up the attention to detail Becki and Russell had put into their whole day. Here are some photos from the day.

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Hi Mark,

Not only did you get every photo we could have wanted over in Italy, you did the same at our U.K Blessing! We had such a lovely day and you captured every element. Thank you for your work not only on the day but the time you spent editing our images and making our stunning wedding album. We are truly grateful for the time and effort you spent on our wedding day(s!)We couldn’t be happier! Best wishes Becki and Russ

Great captures Mark, nicely observed and tightly composed.

Great post, and I love the black and white images (I’m old school and remember film)!
Your’e client must be delighted with the photographs. Keep up the good work.