Lucy and Andrew decided that they'd have a proper Yorkshire wedding, right in the heart of Yorkshire at the lovely Crow Hill. Officially, they had been legally married in London the week before their day because they had wanted to have a humanist ceremony outside on the lawn. It was a real treat for us to be working with a ceremony that was so light. The open air ceremony started the day of in magnificent style.

Reception drinks that were half pints of Black Sheep, Marsden brass band playing to entertain the guests and to top it all off a 3 tier Pork Pie for the cake. Damian fitted right in here as he grew up 2 miles from the venue and enjoys beer, brass and pies. He still managed to do some work as you can see below.

This venue is pretty special and the combnation of country house and marquee is done better here than most other venues we shoot at. Its so good in fact that when Damian is 39 and 13 months this year (he can't say 40) this is where we're hosting a weekend bash. Yes, he is having a pie, the same as Lucy and Andrew's.

Even though Andrew bought the "wrong" suit, the day went perfectly and the blue of the bridesmaids dresses matched in perfectly with the surroundings. We were blessed with a stunning weather day in Marsden so everyone enjoyed the outdoors until very late in the evening.

A wonderful day in a place close to our hearts, completed by a lovely group of people.