Bunny Hill Weddings Wedding Photography-Wedding Photographer
The charm of spring had hardly given way to the magic of summer when Amy & George Middleton decided to tie the knot. The choice of date couldn’t have been perfect, the last Saturday of June, exactly 180 days into 2019.
Amy & George Middleton are inseparable lovebirds and have dated for quite a while before coming to the point of getting hitched. When planning their wedding, the couple had wished for a simple yet unforgettable experience where both would have fun in the company of friends and family. Little did they know that in weddings, the concept of ‘simplism’ is subjective and open to varied interpretations.
Typical of a summer day, the weather lived up to its promise. The sun was out early, beaming its hot, but sweet rays on the palatial countryside gardens of Bunny Hill, a magnificent venue in North Cliffe, York. Thanks to the luxurious spaces housed in the double fronted modernized traditional barn, the bridal team easily picked one of its main rooms for the bridal prep.
To ensure that no experience goes undocumented for Amy & George Middleton, we were there as from 10 am to film every session. We kept a close camera shutter on the makeup session, the speeches by the two best men and the other activities lined up for the day.
Photographing at Bunny Hill was such a beautiful experience for us. The panoramic views of the countryside from almost every angle on the venue combined with the skilled hands of our photographers opened up a whole universe of filming and photography possibilities. Just to mention, this was the fourth wedding Bunny Hill was hosting, since its incorporation on February 23,2018, and we were more than honored to be the official wedding photographers.
Building up to the special ‘Yes I do’ moment, the father daughter dance was absolutely amazing, it served as a befitting extension to the ‘giving away’ ceremony. Immediately after, just as they had planned, Amy & George Middleton officially became husband and wife at 12 pm.
The couple had a phenomenal first dance that also served as the official opening of the dancing session. Amy & George Middleton knew pretty well that this was the most awaited moment of the event and they stunned the guests with their unique moves! The confetti shower climaxed the first dance.
Having everything done on site gave the planners and the couple convenience and time advantage. Sharon Lorraine and Paul David, the directors of the company managing the venue ensured everything was in place for the three-women comedy act for the wedding breakfast and the hog roast that followed.
With about twenty people in the woods, the cheers had finally settled, and the last bits of confetti had floated down; a perfect moment for sparkler shots. This marked the big exit for the bride and groom and effectively the end of the event.