A ceremony with an incredible view over North Yorkshire

I arrived at The Carpenters arms to a group of very organised groomsmen, they had everything laid out ready to be photographed which was fab. With personalised cufflinks, belts and some very dapper suits they were ready to get the day started. I love surprises and Sophie had one of her own with a beautiful watch for Freddie as a wedding gift.

Relaxed groomsmen shots followed by a trip to the family farm to see where the ceremony would be taking place, the view took my breath away. Growing up in North Yorkshire I sometimes forget how glorious it it but this view was definitely spectacular and made for a very dramatic ceremony location.

I love second shooting because I get to see such a range of different weddings, this one was one I will remember for a while with yurts, horses and Westlife all thrown into the mix. The dance floor was full when we left and I bet there was plenty of dancing into the small hours of the morning.

Black and white image with sheep in a field with views over Thirsk
The Carpenters arms, Felixkirk sign
View through the corridor of the mature gardens at the Carpenters arms
Groomsmen shoes lined up in different shades of brown
Outdoor wedding ceremony with views over North Yorkshire