Some names just go well together, and sometimes names give you a feeling about people before you meet them. That’s Rosie and Guy, two of the most welcoming and friendly people I’ve met. This is also how I would describe their wedding day and everyone who was a part of it. Rosie and Guy chose Jesmond Parish Church for their wedding ceremony, a grand old church which they made their own for the ceremony. Lots of homemade food, lots of bunting and lots of singing! (not me though, I didn’t want to show everyone up, ahem!) After the ceremony everyone made tracks for Wallington Hall in Northumberland for the wedding reception. A gorgeous location for weddings and wedding receptions, Wallington Hall is a 17th century estate with some of the most beautiful gardens, ponds and trails surrounding it. It’s now owned by The National Trust. Seems luck was with us for the rest of the day too as every time we stepped inside it rained, and every time we went outside it stopped – revealing a wonderful evening sky later on, which I made full use of as a stunning backdrop. Here’s a few of my fave wedding photos from this wonderful Wallington Hall wedding….
Many thanks, Paul Santos Photography.
Thanks also to Belle Bridal Magazine for featuring this wedding.