Posts tagged Newcastle Wedding Photographer
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 Alice in Wonderland themed wedding at Wallsend Hall with Jen & Joe

An amazing thing happened at Jennifer and Joe's wedding. We headed off to the bridge in the grounds of Wallsend Hall to take some portraits just after the ceremony.
Jen said 'I wish our dog Bailey could have been here.' Who should come bounding toward the bridge at that very moment?

Bailey of course.

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A Newcastle wedding at the Vermont Hotel with Emma and Ian

You’ll not find two people more in love than Emma and Ian ❤️

Emma & Ian got married at the Vermont Hotel in the heart of Newcastle's bustling city centre. It's a venue I know very well from previous weddings and I can see why it is so popular. The building itself would fit right into New York's skyline; it's almost a mini Empire State Building with all it's 1930s art deco styling.

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