I have such a beautiful Peak District wedding to share with you today. Cath and Ned were married back in April, do you remember that day of sunny skies mixed with snow storms? well it was that day, every type of weather put in an appearance. I arrived at Brosterfield Farm in the glorious sunshine, to be welcomed by a field full of hopping and skipping lambs. The perfect start to what would be an amazing day. In the run up to the wedding day Cath and Ned received some brilliant news that made their day extra special for everyone, so on the wedding morning Cath was sporting a perfect baby bump and the biggest of glows. She looked absolutely radiant, and SO excited to be marrying Ned.
After spending some time with Cath and the girls I made my way over to Haddon Hall in Bakewell where the ceremony was due to take place. Haddon Hall is a pretty spectacular mediaeval manor house set in the hills overlooking Bakewell. I had previously met with them both before the ceremony to have a look around the hall, on that trip alone there were a couple of tears after a practice walk down the aisle, so I had a little feeling this would be an emotional one. I definitely witnessed something very special from behind the back of my camera during that ceremony, the way they look at each other says it all really.
The mother of all celebrations continued over at Brosterfield Farm with brilliant speeches, a snow shower, and a packed out dance floor. I went home from their wedding feeling the love and feeling very sad it was over. The biggest of congratulations to you Cath and Ned, 2016 is ging to be such an incredible year for you both!