wedding photographer in hull

Wedding photographer in Hull

Rachel & Matt's wedding


Everyone believes that, wedding is a single-day event but actually, it is not, a wedding is a gorgeous day you will remember for the rest of your lives. Overwhelming wedding planning is the only possible way to make it worth remembering and trending for the younger ones of your family. Luscious food and a lot of incredible pictures can always make an average event memorable for the future. 

Rachel and Matt’s wedding was one of the wonderful weddings I have covered so far. The photo gallery has some epic moments displayed which were clicked on the wedding day. The love and affection you see in the couple’s picture were actually there which we all witnessed that day.

I went to the Bride’s parent’s house and my job started with the Bride’s preparations there. Rachel was getting ready at that time and I captured her every moment with her bridesmaids and family. There was a red plain wall with a big clock on it and the door on the right. When looking at the composition of that picture some people may see a beautiful massive mirror instead of the door. I got obsessed with that wall and took a good amount of pictures but could not display all of them in the gallery.

Wedding photographer in hull

The wedding ceremony took place in All Saints Church located in Hessle near Hull. It is about a 1-hour drive from my place, so this time I’m going to be a wedding photographer in Hull. One of the most popular parish churches is All Saints’ Church in Hessle. The photos captured in the church were very elegant and simple and right after the ceremony, I took all the group and family shots. In the gallery you can view one of my favorite pictures in which all the girls are wearing blue except the bride and holding yellow flowers with a beautiful bright smile.

 After that part of the day we went to the wedding venue called Ropery Hall. The Ropery Hall was full of greenery and perfect to shoot a wedding. After the wedding breakfast and the speeches, a wedding photo-shoot was begun outside of the venue. I took my lovely couple next to the old railway track, where they spent a few minutes out of the crowd. Peace and charm of the place let us take lots of beautiful photos. Finally, the big day ended with a cake cutting part and a kind of soul-punk band arrived to play live music for guests and for the couple’s first dance. I really appreciate that I was part of their wedding and I enjoyed being a wedding photographer in Hull.

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