Posts Tagged 'Lake'

Caroline & Sandy, Old England, Bowness

There are a few more smaller weddings happening these days, and they’re usually very relaxed affairs. Caroline & Sandy decided to do it all by themselves and marry at the Old England Hotel in Bowness.

Sometimes the best way to photograph a nervous groom is through the mirror…


Some all-important details…


The lush green grounds outside the hotel…



Nicole & Jeremy, Langdale Chase, Windermere

After meeting most of their family on the Sunday evening, I photographed Nicole & Jeremy’s wedding the next day at the Langdale Chase.

Jeremy’s first sight of Nicole as she walked into the Great Hall for the marriage ceremony.


Nicole looked fantastic in a stunning dress…

IMG_0601-01 make people smile, just get them to face into a stiff breeze coming off a large lake…


A wander through Langdale Chase’s fabulous grounds…


And a game of boules on the lawn for good measure…


Colette & Liam, Beech Hill Hotel, Windermere

The kilt-count was very high at this all-scottish wedding at the Beech Hill Hotel overlooking Windermere.

A kid, in a kilt, handing over the rings – guaranteed ‘aahh factor’…


Of course Colette & Liam looked fabulous too, as even the swan noticed…


Lynsey & Tony, Merewood Hotel, Windermere

Lynsey & Tony were married at the Merewood Hotel near Windermere this weekend. The weather did its worst and kept us all indoors, except for one ten-minute spell just before everyone sat down to eat. It stopped raining for just long enough to get the bride & groom outside.


Meanwhile, inside, photographing the details is just as important…


Kate & Chris, Kendal & Windermere

After getting married, in Kendal, Kate and Chris just had to get some photos down by the lake last week. The snow was still on the mountain tops and gave us a fantastic backdrop.


Kate’s daughter & bridesmaid Jess…


Ceri & Stephen, Merewood Hotel, Windermere

Just to prove you can get outside, even in November… in the fog. Lots of credit to everyone who braved the temperature, particularly Ceri who must’ve been a bit colder than everyone else. I must add that I didn’t twist anybody’s arm – they were all volunteers, honest!


A few minutes before the ceremony…


Just so I knew who everybody was…


Glaucia & Marcus, The Samling, Windermere

Any wedding in late afternoon in November is going to be an indoor wedding. Luckily, Glaucia’s Brazilian family were never going to let things slow down. In fact I can honestly say this was the first wedding I’ve been to where everybody was dancing within 20 minutes of the service! I think the brazilian band had something to do with that too.


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