Such a vibe!

Arriving in Wetherby during those crazy days in between Christmas and New Year where nobody quite knows what day it is was just filled me with joy.

Not only did it get me out of the house and away from the cheese board but it meant I could capture this unforgettable day. The wedding was at The Bridge and with all the Christmas trees still around the magic was definitely there. I knew Liam and Kate wanted their wedding to be unique and it certainly was, they started by throwing the rule book out of the window and staying together the night before the wedding.

This wasn't the end of their plans with a brilliant first look in the gardens and some truly epic styling. Kate chose to wear red snakeskin boots for the ceremony with a silver pair to change into later when the dancing started! Her stunning Lace & Co dress is one I won't easily forget with beautiful sleeves and beading detail, the flowers were dried and added a rustic and bohemian edge to the look.

Liam Wore a green tweed suit which was styled with a dried flower button hole. After first look they opted for couples portraits round the lovely hotel, the weather was a typical December day so we opted for a mixture of indoor and outdoor locations. Having couples portraits before the ceremony was to make sure they didn't loose the light and achieve all the images they wanted.

Once the ceremony was complete is was time to relax have some fun, keeping their rule breaking ways running through the day as they went into the reception they opted for delicious cupcakes in a range of flavours and the guests loved it.

Then lots of fun and some pretty epic moves being pulled on the dance floor.