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A fun and colourful village wedding near Newcastle with Emma & Paul

It’s impossible to really know what a wedding is going to be like before the day kicks off. You can get a feel from the couple and a sense of the style of wedding they’re planning and hoping for, but until the day it’s all speculation and ideas. On the day, though, it quickly became clear that this was going to be a kick ass wedding!

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An intimate Newcastle wedding with Gloria & Kevin

I know it's a cliche, and after all this is a wedding, but there was a real warmth and love between Gloria and Kevin throughout the entire day. They were constantly holding hands, making eye contact and being patient with one another. Emotions can run high on wedding days as everyone tries to meet the schedule or feels stressed, but Gloria and Kevin sailed smoothly through the day.

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An intimate winter wedding at the Grand Hotel Newcastle with Sophie & Daniel

The days leading up to Sophie and Daniel's intimate winter wedding were wet and grey, so I was pleasantly surprised to arrive at the Grand Hotel Newcastle and find it bathed in sunlight. It was still bitingly cold, with the wind whipping in off the North Sea but it was dry and the light was good.

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An outdoor humanist wedding in County Durham with Yoko and Stuart

Yoko and Stuart had a humanist outdoor wedding ceremony in County Durham. That tells you a lot about them and their values. What's important to them. I was really nervous.

I've lived in the North East of England my entire life and it's been raining constantly here since 1973.

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A fun and emotional Kirklevington Hall wedding with Rachel & Chris

Judges at Kirklevington Hall is a traditional country house hotel with rich fabrics and elegant rooms, set in mature, English gardens. The highlights of the wedding venue for me are the sweeping terrace, the gazebo (where Rachel and Chris ceremony took place) and the 31 acres of idyllic, landscaped gardens and woodlands, graceful lawns that sweep down from the Hall’s sunny terraces to the tiny river, which meanders across the estate via waterfalls and under ornate bridges.

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