So, The Sage Gateshead for weddings. Definitely not a traditional venue to hold your wedding ceremony, but then again, Frances and James aren’t exactly traditionalists either. Having met these super chilled guys a couple of times before their wedding, I could clearly understand why they wanted to get married in this awe-inspiring curved glass and stainless steel triumph of a building. So, not surprisingly, when they asked me to be their wedding photographer for The Sage Gateshead – I was pretty excited! In the morning, I headed over to the house, to get some photos of the girls before the ceremony – all good there – smiles, hair rollers and some rather awesome tasting award winning Camel Valley Cornwall Brut Fizz (cheers!). As usual on a wedding day, time defied normal rules, and it was soon time to catch up with James before the ceremony, a shorter sweeter ceremony by all means. And so, for the rest of the day, I concentrated on documenting every little unique moment that happened and passed whilst enjoying the wonderful relaxing atmosphere the whole setting provided. Had great fun going for a wander to get a few scenic portraits too. A wonderful wedding, a wonderful venue, and a wonderful couple – I seriously can’t wait to photograph my next wedding at The Sage!
If you’d like me to photograph your wedding at The Sage Gateshead, or any other venue – please get in touch.
Many thanks, Paul Santos Wedding Photography.
P.S. Here’s a random fact about Frances and James – they organise their CD collection by the colour of the spine. You got to know your music to do that!
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Oh, and thanks to Rock My Wedding blog for featuring this wedding!