Morgan and Dan are one of those couples you feel instantly at ease around. They are so down to earth, open and friendly and we hit it off as soon as we met at their pre wedding shoot.
They chose to have a really relaxed wedding day, with very little formality. They handmade so many of their wedding details, from the bouquets, favours, to the decor. They had a laid back BBQ with no seating plan, and speeches were done with everyone sitting informally around on haybales. It was one of the most emotional weddings i’ve photographed.
Morgan wore a beautiful tea length wedding gown from The House of Mooshki, teamed with gorgeous green Vivienne Westwood Shoes and she looked truly amazing. Her daughter and her bridesmaids daughter gasped in amazement when they saw her for the first time.
Their venue was High House Farm Brewery near Matfen which fitted perfectly with the laid back vibe they were after to celebrate their marriage.
They chose to have enlarged framed photographs from past family wedding son the wall of the barn, so personal and meaningful.
The ceremony was rather emotional and as they walked back down the aisle the sun came out and the party was on!
The rest of the day featured beer, music, food, laughs, sunshine and overall a lot of fun!
Later in the day, we went out into the lane to capture a few more photographs in the golden hour – it was nearly 8pm but the light was beautiful and Dan & Morgan were up for dancing in the street.
It was such a fabulous wedding to be part of -thank you so much to Mr & Mrs Simpson and your family for making me so welcome and congratulations again on your marriage!
Fabulous wedding blog Marry Me Ink, which specialises in featuring tattooed couples/tattooed inspired weddings featured Dan & Morgan’s day. The feature is here.
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