Papakata Wedding Photography, Aislaby, North Yorkshire - Nina & Graham

Posted on 29th July 2011 by Mark Tierney

Here are some of my favourite images taken at the wedding of Nina and Graham. The happy couple were married in the village of Aislaby in the heart of the beautiful Esk Valley, near Whitby which is home to Nina’s parents. Following a ceremony at the village church the wedding party enjoyed canapés in the gardens before heading off for a reception at Nina’s parents farm. On route I was able to capture a few images of the bridal car - a vintage Daimler that had been lovingly restored by the father of the bride, and in fact was not completed until the night before the wedding! Nina and Graham chose an English country garden theme for their special day and the setting was just perfect. Erected in a field behind the family home stood a large Papakata teepee - the venue for the wedding celebrations was the ideal choice set amongst the stunning North Yorkshire countryside. As Graham is a photographer himself I felt very honoured to be photographing his big day, I thoroughly enjoyed the unique theme and the newly-weds were great to work with! I hope you enjoy these images from Nina and Graham’s special day.

Nina & Graham's wedding has also been featured on one of the UK’s top 10 wedding blogs - The Boho Wedding Blog smile

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About the author: Mark Tierney

Mark Tierney is a Yorkshire based Contemporary Wedding Photographer covering the UK and beyond.