Emma and Matt's wedding was an extremely civilised affair. The day began with the bride and groom having a glass of wine together with their 8 wedding guests at the Brown's Bar in Sheffield. There was the merest hint of a red wedding theme, provided by Matt's tie, Emma's shoes and a perfect, simple, red rose bouquet. When the time was right and having already dispensed with tradition, the bride and groom took their leave of their guests and strolled across town to their marriage ceremony at Sheffield Town Hall. What was striking about the couple, apart from the fact the bride wore a dress of beautiful midnight blue, was just how impossible it was for them to take their eyes off one another. Despite it's casual nature, this wedding was possibly one of the most romantic of the year! Both laughing and emotional as they walked up the aisle together, Emma and Matt were clearly meant to be together.
The wedding reception required a complete change of scenery, so the newlyweds and their handful of guests headed off for the Monsal Head Hotel, in Derbyshire. The hotel overlooks a green valley and the weather held up long enough for the couple to enjoy each other's company outside, under the huge dramatic sky.
With just 10 people present in total, this was the smallest wedding I have ever had the pleasure to photograph and the whole shoot only lasted 3 hours. I enjoy shooting short weddings through the week, from Monday to Thursday so should you be looking for just a few hours coverage, please get in touch. I am happy to offer special discounts for bespoke, weekday short coverage packages, starting at just 2 hours of coverage. Please note that given the popularity of bank holiday dates, they are not included in this deal.