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Mostly Monochrome. A Cool & Casual Real Engagement – Stacey & Ben

April 2nd, 2014 | Julia Braime

Lucius Fox Photography

Usually, when I approve a submission for these pages, I ask for the majority of the images to be in colour.  I want my readers to be able to immerse themselves in my Real Weddings, and I think colour is such a huge part of that.

However, when Matthew of Lucius Fox Photography and Brides Up North reader and bride to be Stacey sent in their images celebrating Stacey & Ben’s engagement, my usual rule book went out the window.  This cool, casual and fabulously striking set of images could only ever work in monochrome.  Have I gone all arty on you or what?!

Let’s say hello (and congratulations!) to Stacey & Ben. 

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Stacey says: I have been a regular reader of the website since the minute we booked the wedding, so it’s a pleasure to be here.  I like reading other peoples wedding stories to get inspiration for our own day.

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Ben proposed on Christmas Eve 2009. We had been out for a romantic meal to start the festivities as our first Christmas together and as we left the restaurant and started walking down the parade in the rain under the Christmas lights Ben dropped down to one knee and popped the question.

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

We are getting married on Friday 18th April 2014 which is also Good Friday.

Our wedding is going to be extra special as we are having a Double Wedding with our best friends Charlene and Dan. We all had been looking at different venues to hold the capacity of our guests and came across somewhere special which we all fell in love with so decided to join forces!  The building and décor was stunning and exactly fitted in with our theme. We wanted somewhere we were able to spend the whole day without our families having to travel but something big enough with different areas for the space.

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

We met at work when Ben started working for the same company in 2008. We generally started seeing each other as friends from work who had just come out of relationships so nothing was too serious to start with. On our first date we went to the cinema to watch Slumdog Millionaire and as time went on we gradually become a lot closer the more time we spent together.

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

It took a good six months of dating until we decided we would see how things would go, as we didn’t want to ruin the friendship we had formed during the time we knew each other.  Once we decided to give a relationship a go it took no longer than two weeks before Ben had moved his belongings into my flat and I haven’t been able to get rid of him since…

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I love how caring Ben is and how we still act like we did when we first got together.

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

Our biggest wish for married life is happiness.  Simple. 

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

We came across Lucius Fox Photography and loved Matt’s work so we wanted to have an engagement shoot to have more photos of just the two of us.  We had already been shot by Matt in a family visit to Coventry’s War Memorial park with our two boys, and fell in love with all of the photos he had produced for us.

Lucius Fox Photography

Lucius Fox Photography

We were both so nervous about our shoot but we met with Matt beforehand for a coffee and instantly we knew we were in good hands, he made us feel so relaxed and for two people that generally don’t like being photographed he made us feel really at ease. We’re planning on putting our photos into an album to keep to show our children when they’re older.

Lucius Fox Photography

We’ll definitely be back to share our Real Wedding with Brides Up North.

Lucius Fox Photography

Congratulations Stacey & Ben!

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Little Adventures. A Real Engagement At Castle Howard – Laura & Daniel

March 26th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Ally Byrom Photography

Its been a while since we’ve had an engagement feature here on these pretty pages, so Brides Up North reader Laura, fiancé Daniel and Brides Up North Featured Supplier Ally Byrom Photography are here to set that right.  And when you’re planning to tie the knot somewhere so splendid as Castle Howard, where better to head for some shots to capture the moment?

Let’s hear their love story. 

Ally Byrom Photography

Laura says:  We were on holiday in Barbados having a relaxing day on the Sandy Lane beach when Daniel proposed. He bought the most beautiful ring from our friends who own Aurum Gold in London, I couldn’t have chosen a better one myself. I was so dazed by it all and I needed to sit down, but I forgot that I was paddling ankle deep in water and still wearing my dress! So I didn’t look like the most glamorous fiancée trudging back down the beach with a sopping wet dress!

Ally Byrom Photography

We are getting married at Castle Howard in June 2014.  We arranged to have an engagement shoot at the venue as we thought it would be a good way of getting to know our photographer Ally and a great way of finding our favourite locations for the photographs on the wedding day.

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

The engagement shoot was brilliant fun. We didn’t know what to expect and thought we might even be uncomfortable but Ally did a great job at making it really relaxed and enjoyable. We now can’t wait for the wedding day shoot! We will have a few of a favourite photos framed and hang them in our lounge, I suspect parents will also want them too!

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

Daniel and I met at university 8 years ago, and I think we both knew it was something special straight away. On our first date we went to a little restaurant in Oxford for Valentine’s day.

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

I knew Daniel was the one when we were watching sunrise over Oxford one morning before hehad to set off for a Hockey competition.

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

We have so much fun together, we are very chilled out.  We both love being active and love that we can have lots of little adventures together.

Ally Byrom Photography

Ally Byrom Photography

I love Brides Up North because it’s great for inspiration and ideas. It also reminds me of all the little things I still need to organise!  We’ll be back to share our Real Wedding photographs soon. 

Ally Byrom Photography

Congratulations Laura & Daniel!

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Only Natural. A Real Engagement In Liverpool – Clare & Neil

January 4th, 2014 | Julia Braime

Katy Mutch Photography

I’ve absolutely loads of wedding pretty to share with you in the coming weeks (yippee!) so I’m popping by this weekend with an extra post and this pretty beachy shoot to celebrate North West couple Clare and Neil’s engagement.

Clare and Neil will be back to share their Real Wedding photographs with Brides Up North soon.  And how about you?  Do you say “I do” in 2014? I’d love to hear from you and all about your plans.  That’s why I’ll never stop sharing engagement shoots here at Brides Up North… I’m just too nosy (come on, admit it, you too?) and I’m all about the love stories. 

Get in touch with your own engagement news or leave a comment on the blog: what are you looking forward to this year?

Images by Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Clare says:  Neil asked me to marry him in Paris. He took me there for my 30th Birthday and proposed in a lovely restaurant on our last night.

Katy Mutch Photography

We got married on Sunday 29th September 2013 in the Racquet Club in Liverpool.  We wanted a city wedding because we met on a night out around Christmas time in a bar in Liverpool City Centre.and our first date was a meal and drinks in the same place. 

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Our biggest wish for married life is to start a family and just to be as happy as we are now. 

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

We enjoyed the engagement shoot with Katy and were really happy with the photographs. It was good preparation for our wedding pictures, and we felt really relaxed on our big day.  We’ll be back soon to share our Real Wedding with Brides Up North. 

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

Katy Mutch Photography

 

Congratulations Clare & Neil!

 

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Falling In Louvre. A Real Destination Engagement Shoot In Paris – Becci & Ian

November 27th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Stan Seaton Photography

I don’t know if it’s the fact that my husband got down on one knee there (pretty much in the spot exactly above, actually) or just the enduring and ceaseless romance of the city, but to me, there’s nowhere better to be in love than in Paris.

Brides Up North reader Becci clearly agrees, as it was there that she and future hubby Ian chose to celebrate their engagement, taking Brides Up North Featured Supplier Stan Seaton Photography along for the ride too. 

Stan and Jane have worked closely with Becci in the past in her role as Senior Wedding Co-ordinator at the beautiful Rockliffe Hall – and have always wanted to photograph an engaged couple in Paris – so when Becci & Ian said they would love to have their engagement shoot there, they couldn’t resist. 

Stan says:  Paris certainly is the perfect romantic setting, it’s beauty strikes you at every turn, with it’s elegant but impressive architecture, iconic monuments and subtle combination of art, history and nature we were all blown away. A photographers dream! The weather as ever was a challenge and on our first day we had torrential rain and on the second day it was rather murky to say the least, but eventually the Eiffel Tower and the sun emerged through the fog, to create a dreamy and mystical backdrop, perfect!

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Becci says: Ian proposed on Christmas Day 2011 at home, it was a complete surprise and he picked the perfect ring!  We are getting married at Rockliffe Hall in March 2014. 

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

We worked together at Fitness First after I’d left school, had been friends ever since, getting together eight years later.  For our first date we met in Yarm for a few drinks and laughed the night away, complete and utter love at first sight even eight years later!

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

I love how we are the male and female equivalent of each other, we have the same sense of humour and never stop having fun!

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Our biggest wish for married life is to start a family and live a long and happy life together – the best piece of advice we were given was "make sure you have fun every day!"

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

We chose to have an engagement shoot as I have worked with Stan and Jane over the years but really wanted Ian to get to know them as I wouldn’t have picked anyone else!

Stan Seaton Photography

We loved every minute (excluding the flight home!) and have pictures up all over the house – we are even using one for guests to sign at the wedding.

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

I love Brides Up North because it has great features and is a lovely blog to read – it’s helped us to plan the perfect wedding!  We’ll be back to share our Real Wedding with you soon…

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

Stan Seaton Photography

 

Congratulations Becci & Ian!

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Let It Snow! A Styled Vintage Winter Bridal Shoot In Durham City

November 19th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Lee Scullion

I absolutely adore this pretty and simple styled shoot sent to me by wedding blog favourite Lee Scullion and House Of Mooshki.  It might be the fantastic photography, the romantic backdrops, the cool couple or the to-die-for dress.  It might be the fact that I’m super excited at the prospect of a (very) cold snap and gallons of snow (hey, wedding exhibition season is over… lets get to sledging)!  It might be that these cats are actually a real life engaged couple as well as being super gorgeous…

Or it might be that this entire shoot is staged oh, let me see, at the most ten yards from my old school in Durham City. In fact, I think some of these pictures are outside my old headmaster’s window.  I kid not.  So: unique and gorgeous images, a real life love story, snow upon snow and a good dose of personal nostalgia = one happy wedding blogger. 

Bring on the magic and sparkle!

All images by Lee Scullion.  

Lee Scullion

Lee says:  Time to cool things down with a snowy wedding shoot in the historic city of Durham.  This was shot back in the spring of this year – our English weather sure knows how to surprise us! Our model Tamzin wore  “Sarah" a tea length full lace dress by House Of Mooshki alongside Vivienne Westwood jellies and a faux fur stole. The groom was head to toe in Raven Vintage

If you are looking for a unique and tailor made wedding dress visit House Of Mooshki, and check out Raven Vintage Clothing if you are vintage fans. 

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Lee Scullion

Little Black Book

Images: Lee Scullion Photography

Bride: House Of Mooshki, Vivienne Westwood

Groom: Raven Vintage Clothing

 

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Game, Set & Match.com. A Real Engagement In York – Lyndsay & Paul

November 12th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Mark Newton Weddings

Time for a Tuesday afternoon love in.  After meeting online back in 2010, Brides Up North reader Lyndsay and her boyfriend Paul are tying the knot this Christmas.  So, where better to celebrate their engagement than on the interwebs?  With images by Mark Newton Weddings, lets hear their love story. 

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Lyndsay says: We got engaged on New Year’s Eve in the afternoon, 2012 in the Guy Fawkes Pub in York. It was a complete surprise – I had absolutely no idea! It was very wintry and cosy by candlelight. Paul had chosen the ring too so that made it even more special and meant a lot to me. York is a very special place to us, as we have spent many Sunday afternoons having drinks and nice meals.

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We are getting married in December this year at Snaith Priory St Laurence Church, followed by a reception at Wentbridge House Hotel. We really wanted a winter wedding!

Mark Newton Weddings

Paul and I met on match.com in February 2010.  For our first date we met at a pub for a drink which funnily enough I now work in the same village a couple of years later! I very nearly didn’t go to meet Paul as I had been held up at work, so ended up meeting up a couple of hours later than had planned. I am so glad that I didn’t cancel!

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Paul and I went to Whitby for the day a few weeks later after we met. This day really stands out in my mind and we are actually going there for a few days after the wedding. I knew that day that he was someone special and who I wanted to be with. 

Paul is very caring, considerate and generally a big support to me. He knows me very well and understands me. We also love doing the same things together. We enjoy days out at the coast or country walks. Equally, we like nice restaurants and bars.

Paul says: I love that Lyndsay is very thoughtful and giving to others. We also both have the same things in common and the same values in life

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I am looking forward to spending the rest of my life with Paul. He makes me really happy and we have a lot to look forward to!  I would like us to be happy and healthy for a very long time.

Mark Newton Weddings

We chose to have an engagement shoot as we wanted to get used to the camera. As it was a warm, hot, sunny day in June, we had drinks by the river afterwards and made a day of it!  We spent some time having photos taken in York where we had got engaged. Our photographer found some really lovely places around the city that we never knew existed! We were very pleased with the photographs that were taken.

Mark Newton Weddings

Mark Newton Weddings

I love Brides Up North as it is great to read about other weddings and get inspiration for my own!  We’ll be back soon to share our winter wedding photographs. 

Mark Newton Weddings

 

Congratulations Lyndsay & Paul!

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Big Kisses & Bobble Knits: A Real Engagement At Castle Howard – Rachel & Scott

November 4th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Photography By Ally Byrom

Following an extremely busy working weekend, it was high time for some downtime.  C’mon, even a blogging machine like Brides Up North needs some non-screen time.   Since we woke to crisp blue skies,  I spent this morning out and about with my baby girl and her grandparents soaking up the autumn colours, fresh cold air and pretty vistas that surround our Yorkshire home.  A pub lunch and a large Monday lunchtime glass of Sauvignon Blanc (very decadent – your Monday is my Sunday, remember!) and I’m back at home feeling happier, cosier and with distinctly more rosy cheeks.

This afternoon’s feature is full of the good stuff too – pink noses, chunky knits and cute kisses.  And all that wholesome stuff aside, I’m wondering where our bride to be got that fabulous parker jacket.  Total winter coat lust.

Let’s join Rachel and Scott as they share their engagement news with a seasonal shoot at the beautiful Castle Howard.

With images by Brides Up North Featured Supplier Photography By Ally Byrom.

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

Rachel says:  The day that Scott proposed was a really sunny day in spring and we decided to go to York for the day.  Scott kept insisting that we go down by the river to find somewhere quiet but I wanted to find a wine bar to enjoy the sunshine.  In the end we stopped on a bench in the park and he pulled out a little blue box and got down on one knee.  I quickly said yes and told him to get up as people started clapping!

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

We are getting married in June 2014 at Castle Howard. 

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

We met whilst working together travelling Greece.  We were friends to begin with and after many ‘bar dates’ in Greece he finally took me on a real date to a Moroccan restaurant!

After our working holiday I returned home and Scott came to see me for a ‘weekend’ and never went back to London – the rest is history.

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

I love Scott’s ability to always make me smile and our biggest wish for married life is to stay as happy as we are today. 

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

We chose to have an engagement shoot to get to know our photographer a little more but also to have an idea about what location in the grounds of our venue would be most suitable for photographs on the day of our wedding.

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

We thoroughly enjoyed the engagement shoot and I think it definitely helped us relax a little bit and act more natural with each other in front of the camera.  We’ll be back to share our Real Wedding story with Brides Up North next year!

Photography By Ally Byrom

Photography By Ally Byrom

 

Congratulations Rachel & Scott!

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Bridestones. A Real Engagement In Yorkshire – Sian & Maurice

September 24th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Nothing like a brisk walk high in the Yorkshire dales to blow out the cobwebs on a Tuesday morning, is there?  Well, except maybe taking in their beauty whilst snuggled up behind your computer screen.  Another biscuit with that morning cuppa?

Today we are heading to the great outdoors with Brides Up North reader Sian and her new husband Maurice as they share their engagement news and love story. 

With images by Joseph Yarrow Photography.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Sian says:  Maurice asked me to marry him on a snow covered crater on the magical Lake Myvatn in Iceland, with the Northern lights dancing above us.  It was a total surprise… even more so to discover at the photo display the following day that one of our fellow travellers had inadvertently captured the moment.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

We wanted our wedding to be relaxed and informal. Although we live in Hebden Bridge, our ceremony took place at the Lantern Room in Bristol Registry Office. We all went for drinks afterwards at The Rummer Hotel, and we hired my favourite café at St Werbugh’s City Farm for our evening meal.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

After a lengthy online courtship, which began with the words “You seem nice”, we finally met at the magic postbox at the end of my road.  Our first date was an all-day escapade that took in four counties, three places beginning with B, a circus, some standing stones and a Kristen Hersh gig. Neither of us wanted the day to end.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

I knew that he was the one when he drove all the way down to Somerset so I could wave through the window at my Granny. I had a stinking cold, which I didn’t want to share with her, but she didn’t have long to live and every moment was precious.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

I love his big heart, his hugs, his sense of silliness and his love of the wilderness, although we are at opposite ends of the tidy spectrum!   He loves my Cousin It impression. 

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Our biggest wish for married life is to grow old together.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

We both tend to avoid being photographed, so our engagement shoot was a great chance to get to know Joseph and feel a lot more comfortable about the whole thing.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

We were thrilled that Joseph was up for joining us for a stomp through the Yorkshire moorland. We are both at home up there, so were much more relaxed than we would have been on an urban shoot. We chose a local spot that means a lot to us.

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

I like Brides Up North for the story telling.  We’d come back to share our Real Wedding with you all, but I think we have disqualified ourselves by marrying in Bristol!

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Joseph Yarrow Photography

Congratulations Sian & Maurice!

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