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Natural Beauty. A Vintage Style Bespoke Gown For The First Real Wedding Ever At Easby Hall – Stacey & Will

June 10th, 2014 | Rachel Parry

(c) 2014 Chris Booth at Easby Hall

I love couples that think outside the box, so when I saw Will and Stacey’s quirky Save the Date video I just knew the wedding would be equally impressive and individual – and I wasn’t wrong.

Stacey and Will’s Save the Date from Will Roberts on Vimeo.

A traditional church wedding was followed by a fabulous reception at the picturesque Easby Hall in North Yorkshire.

Both Will and Stacey put a lot of thought into the day to include personal touches in honour of friends and family, both past and present.

The stylish couple paid particular attention to their wedding attire with Stacey having a vintage-style bespoke dress designed and made by the hugely talented Kate Beaumont. Meanwhile, dapper Will shunned a traditional Prince Edward suit or top and tails in place of a brown Hugo Boss suit, complete with tweed waistcoat, pocket watch and purple socks.

With images by Chris Booth and Claire Collinson.

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

Will says: We got engaged while we were travelling in Latin America – Argentinian Patagonia to be more precise. I obviously didn’t have ring in South America, however I did have one in mind.

Before my Mum died in 2010 she asked me to use my paternal Grandmother’s engagement ring. My middle name is Howel – the name of my paternal grandfather – so my Mum thought it would be nice for another Howel to propose with it. When we returned to the UK in 2012 we got the ring-resized and tidied up, using Werk in York.

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

Our wedding date was September 21st 2013. We wanted either an autumn or spring wedding and didn’t want to wait until spring 2014. We also had to make sure the date didn’t clash with my siblings’ weddings – my brother David got married in June 2013 and my sister Mary got married August 2013.

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

(c) Claire Collinson at Easby Hall

We got married in St Agatha’s Church, Easby, near Richmond, North Yorkshire, and had the reception at Easby Hall – a very short walk from the church. We wanted a small wedding of 50 to 60 guests and Easby was the perfect size. We also loved having such a beautiful church right next door. It was also only 15 minutes away from Barnard Castle, where Stacey’s family live and where we both went to school. Easby Hall had never hosted a wedding before – we were the first after they got planning permission, which they only received three months before our wedding. This meant we had to essentially plan the wedding in three months but it also meant the hall was free on the date we wanted it.

Easby also had a sentimental connection as Easby Abbey and St Agatha’s church was one of the last places my Mum visited before she passed away.

(c) 2014 Chris Booth at Easby Hall

(c) 2014 Chris Booth at Easby Hall

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Gretna Green. Enzoani & Sunglasses For A Real Wedding At Solberge Hall – Lucy & Kev

May 21st, 2014 | Julia Braime

Nigel Playle Photography

Completely blowing the theory that “red and green should never be seen”, flame haired beauty Lucy and her new husband Kev chose a fresh and fruity backdrop for their fun and fabulous Real Wedding in North Yorkshire.

With images by Nigel Playle Photography.

Nigel Playle Photography

Lucy says:  We got engaged in June 2014 at home before we travelled to London to Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Hackney to celebrate! I was trying to eat my breakfast when Kev got down on one knee. He wanted to propose in London but couldn’t handle the pressure of not losing the ring before he did it!

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

We got married on Saturday 5th April 2014 in Long Newton, Stockton-On-Tees. It was the church where my parents got married and also where I was christened. We then had our reception at Solberge Hall, just near to Northallerton.

We wanted somewhere that had an intimate feel to it but big enough for our wedding and as soon as we drove up the winding drive and saw Solberge Hall we knew it was for us. Set in an idyllic country surrounding, the views were beautiful and it was everything we wanted in a venue.

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

The theme started with the colour green and kind of expanded from there into incorporating different hues of green throughout the day. I also just wanted everyone to have a good time so there were plenty of fun elements like a sweep for The Grand National that took place on our wedding day and also one for the speeches so everyone was involved.

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

My dress was an ivory fishtail lace gown by Enzoani from Poppy Bridal in Darlington. I had no idea what type of dress I wanted and must have tried on at least 30. They only had this dress in black in the shop and as soon as I put it on I loved it and the ivory was just as beautiful! I originally didn’t want a veil but the veil I chose was also lace and complemented the dress perfectly so the decision was easy!

My shoes I got from Karen Millen in the sale and these turned out to be the hardest part of the outfit to find!

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The bridesmaids wore Dessy dresses in Apple Slice. My chief bridesmaid wore a slighter darker green and the sleeves were interchangeable so the bridesmaids could wear them however they wanted. The groomsmen wore dark grey suits from Butterflies in Stockton and green socks of course to go with the theme!

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

We all went to Saks in Yarm on the morning of the wedding to get our hair done and they did a great job with very different hair for everyone! The florists provided me with some glitter covered flowers to put in my hair and it looked amazing when the light caught it.

Jo from Make Up by Jo did my make up and I loved it, it was very natural with a smoky eye and was just what I wanted!

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I carried a beautiful bouquet of white flowers including tulips, ranunculus and anemones. I wanted to use spring flowers and for everything to look really fresh. Flowerhouse in Stockton did a fantastic job with them.

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Our photographer was Nigel Playle Photography and he captured the day perfectly and I never felt that too much time was spent taking photos. He was so good at making us feel relaxed. He also set up a propbox for the evening so guests could get dressed up and have photos taken. This was so much fun!

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

One of our very creative friends made all of our stationery for us and she was a godsend as she had some great ideas and everything looked so good.  One less thing for me to worry about!

We used apples as place cards to fit in with the green theme and cut out some gold leaves with names on them to attach. These really looked great on the tables with table numbers made out of moss which our friend also made.

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

We had a singer, Samantha Durnan performing as guests arrived and also after the wedding breakfast. She was fantastic and really set the tone for the day.

We also had a magician, Luke Howells, who my bridesmaids paid for as a wedding gift. We had seen him at a previous wedding and he really wowed everyone and created a bit of fun which we wanted for the day.

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

My favourite part of the day (aside from the actually ceremony which I loved as our vicar really made it special) was when we were announced into the wedding breakfast and the master of ceremonies asked everyone to raise their glasses and as we had sunglasses as favours everyone put them on for when we entered the room!

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Our favours were one of my favourite things from the day. The personalised sunglasses were in two different colours of green, lighter green for the ladies and darker green for the gents. Everyone loved these and we got some fantastic pictures of all our guests wearing them. I got a lot of photos after the wedding of everyone’s children wearing them which I loved!

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

We chose a three tier cake but had the tiers set out on different levels. They were made to look like presents with green ribbon and also had sugar apples and anemones to bring in different themes from the wedding. This was made by Fairycakes & Co and I was so happy with it.

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

Nigel Playle Photography

We went to Cuba on honeymoon for two weeks. We travelled to Havana for two days whilst we were there to experience the ‘real’ Cuba and it was fantastic!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to just enjoy your day as much as you can, it really does disappear so spend as much time with the people you care about as possible and have fun. Don’t worry about the small things, everything will fall into place just as you planned!

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Congratulations Lucy & Kev!

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Real Wedding Recap Winter 2013: Violets Are Blue. Bird Cage Veils & Purple Strides For A Real Wedding At Allerton Castle – Alice & Gareth

December 25th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Its holiday season here on the blog, and as the team take a break until to rest and recharge for what’s set to be the biggest and best year yet at Brides Up North HQ, we’ll be leaving you with a reduced blogging schedule so that you still get your daily dose of wedding pretty.

Usual service will recommence on 2nd January 2014,  but in the meantime watch out for recaps of our favourite Real Weddings in 2013.  Drop in every day for the very, very prettiest wedding inspiration and if you are a Brides Up North bride, to see if your Real Wedding was one of our top picks.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

On this special morning (Merry Christmas everybody!) we’re in North Yorkshire for the colourful celebrations of ventriloquists (yes really!) Alice and Gareth at one of the most stunning venues I know, Allerton Castle.

This cool couple prove that a choosing a traditional venue doesn’t have to translate to a boring wedding.  These guys got their beautiful setting and their unique detailing.  Kudos.

With images by Brides Up North Featured Supplier Laura Calderwood.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Alice says: Gareth asked me to marry him at home in front of our log fire on Christmas Day 2012.   We got married on Thursday 22nd August 2013 at Allerton Castle, North Yorkshire.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

We spent hours scouring the internet and found a few venues that looked great. We viewed a couple and were not overwhelmed. However, as we drove into the grounds of Allerton Castle, we were immediately taken by the grand driveway leading up to the castle which remained out of sight until the last 100 yards or so. When it finally ‘appeared’ it was a moment we will never forget. Breathtaking. And set in beautiful grounds.  Upon entering the castle we were further impressed by the grandness of it all and the staircase was magnificent.

Lyndsey, at Dine, showed us round, talked us through everything, made us feel very at ease and reassured us that she was only ever a phone call away, something which she may have later regretted. We phoned her a lot!

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

My dress was Kenneth Winston Private Label by G.  I loved the detail on the bodice, the ruffles and the train.  Gareth’s suit was made by Leeds tailor, James Michelsberg – a bespoke bright purple suit with lilac lining. Our bridesmaids wore handmade chiffon dresses in lilac.

Helen James Flowers supplied a hand tied bouquet incorporating roses, veronica, lisianthus, phlox and freesias and the stems were bound with satin.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Every part of the day was incredibly special. It’s hard to pick one moment but the ceremony was very emotional (in a good way)!

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Everyone stayed at the Days Inn, Wetherby, the night before and although some drove to the castle, the majority were picked up by a special wedding bus from The Yorkshire Heritage Bus Company.  Alice’s mum drove her to the castle on the day as her entrance was down the grand staircase so she had to arrive at the castle first. Gareth drove in a few minutes later with his best man.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Endymion String Trio played beautifully throughout the drinks reception and wedding breakfast. The Hot Shots, a great party band from Essex performed two sets in the evening.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

The whole day was very special but the extra unexpected special touches included our caricaturist, Mike Bryson, who had the ability (and guts) to identify and accentuate everyone’s slight imperfections with great accuracy. The shock and laughter really brought everyone together.

The fireworks by Ferrensby Fireworks were incredible and well worth every penny. Interspersed with a well timed lightning storm (provided free by nature) they just kept coming getting bigger and brighter before culminating in a huge grand finale!

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

We decided to have a victoria sponge cake which stood proudly over 72 cup cakes (36 purple, 36 white) by Cupcakes By Charley. I made the cake toppers.  They actually looked a lot better on the cake than they looked in the kitchen the previous day!

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Gareth wrote a song for me and performed it for her as part of his wedding speech. The song is called ‘My pot of gold’ and is available to watch on Youtube.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

We work on cruise ships as ventriloquists and are in demand at the moment so have not yet had chance to go on a honeymoon but we are planning on going to Las Vegas for a few days and skiing for a long weekend, just as soon as we get a gap in the diary

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

My top tip for other Brides Up North is to enjoy every moment. It goes so quickly. Have fireworks in the evening but don’t tell anyone (apart from the firework providers of course)!

Laura Calderwood provided a pre-wedding shoot on the castle grounds which we would recommend as it gives you a chance to get to know your photographer and get a feel for their style.

We were going to use a magician but going for the caricaturist instead was a great idea because it brought everyone together and gave people something to take away with them.

Also, using a bus was great because it not only ensured that everyone got to the castle at the same time but it also built up a lot of excitement on route.

Allerton Castle Wedding by Laura Calderwood Photography

 

Congratualtions Alice & Gareth!

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White Out. A Grecian Inspired Luxury Styled Wedding Shoot At Scampston Hall

September 23rd, 2013 | Julia Braime

Todd & Moore Photography at Scampston Hall

I’ve something lovely to round off another pretty Monday on these pages, with this stunning styled shoot sent to me by Stephanie of SB events and showing off the work of a very talented collective of Yorkshire wedding suppliers.  Girls, if you want your wedding day style to be whiter than white, look no further. 

With images by Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Stephanie says:  Whilst at a site-visit at Scampston Hall, near Malton, I was blown away by the Palladian Bridge in the grounds. Louise Legard (Wedding co-ordinator and sister of the owners at Scampston) mentioned that they were in the process of acquiring a wedding licence so that couples could get married on the bridge. This gave me the perfect opportunity to showcase the bridge on a styled shoot with local suppliers.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

I have always had a love for ancient Greece and the Palladian bridge had the perfect backdrop. The Grecian wedding theme is as vintage as you can get. The colours used were ivory, gold and green and the colours complemented the theme and can be seen throughout from the cake to the flowers.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

I called on friends and wonderful photographers Jill Moore and Julia Todd from Todd & Moore Photography, whose fine art and eclectic style were the perfect choice.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

I wanted the shoot to have a natural yet glamorous feel. The first look, was a relaxed ceremonial style where the bride had her hair down with a floral crown. The second style was more formal which included our model’s hair in classic Grecian braids and really showed off Enzoani’s Harmony dress.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Flowers were designed by Flowers By Joanna Keely. The bridal bouquet included soft avalanche roses, spray roses, poppies, eucalyptus and eryngium.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

The beautiful wedding gowns are from The Harrogate Wedding Lounge. The two dresses showcased in the shoot were Mia Mia’s Summer and Enzoani’s Harmony.

Todd & Moore Photography

Props were supplied by venue decor stylists Catching Your Dreams. Decorations included gorgeous white candelabras, ivy garlands, birdcages and urns.

Todd & Moore Photography

Todd & Moore Photography

The collaboration was a huge success and everybody involved had a fantastic time and the images captured the glamorous Grecian theme beautifully. The Palladian Bridge will have a wedding licence from January 2014 and the images will be featured in their wedding brochure.

Todd & Moore Photography

Little Black Book

Design & Co-ordination: SB events

Venue: Scampston Hall

Photography: Todd & Moore Photography

Flowers: Flowers by Joanna Keely

Hair & make-up: Beauty Call

Bridal Wear: The Harrogate Wedding Lounge

Grooms Wear: Humphrey & Tilly

Venue Decor: Catching Your Dreams

Cake: Babycakes York

Ceremony Chairs: YF Events

Rings: Iain Henderson Designs

Models: Celia Legard & Mungo Fawcett

 

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Wisps & Wilderness: A Styled Bridal Shoot Featuring Laura George Wedding Lingerie At Danby Castle, North Yorkshire

September 18th, 2013 | Julia Braime

Lissa Alexandra Photography

This afternoon’s feature is something really rather lovely.  If you’ve got your knickers in a twist about your wedding lingerie, look no further.  After today’s pretty post, with images by Lissa Alexandra Photography, I have a feeling that you’ll have it sorted.

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa says:  Laura George makes amazing wedding lingerie and garters.  The shoot concept was really simple, amazing lingerie in an amazing location: Danby Castle in North Yorkshire!

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography
Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Laura’s designs are uber feminine and pretty and she wanted really soft photos to reflect this, which suits my photography style perfectly! We discussed different shot ideas and wanted it quite ethereal and not too posey. We also didn’t want stick thin models either, the girls had to be natural and pretty and look like a ‘real’ bride to be, in fact one of them was! Fortunately the girls who work at Danby Castle very kindly offered their services and they fitted the bill perfectly!

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography
We didn’t want a plethora of suppliers involved but we invited Katy Howieson from
What Katy Did Next to supply the headpieces as I’ve worked with her before and absolutely love her creations. She does very intricate designs with natural materials like feathers and leather and the two designers complemented each other’s work fabulously.

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

For makeup we used Kate Pymm, she is recommended by Danby Castle and I often get to shoot her lovely work. The makeup was soft, with earthy colours to highlight the model’s natural beauty. Hair was styled by Meg Horton.  Meg works at Danby Castle but also does bridal hair in her own time. Meg is a fab stylist who listens to the brief and delivers the vision.

Lissa Alexandra Photography
Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

On the day of the shoot itself Em, the head chef at Danby, provided us with the most amazing spread including oysters, salmon, champagne jellies and much more, it was quite the treat I can tell you! So I simply had to photograph it as it was so beautiful (and yummy!) The tents and cars are a new service offered by Danby Castle as part of their ever expanding wedding packages.

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography
Lissa Alexandra Photography

Lissa Alexandra Photography

Little Black Book
Photographer: Lissa Alexandra Photography 
Lingerie: Laura George
Venue: Danby Castle 
Makeup: Kate Pymm
Hair: Meg Horton
Headpieces: What Katy Did Next
Cars: Danby Castle own
Tents: Danby Castle own

Lissa Alexandra Photography

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Outdoors, In. Benjamin Roberts For A Relaxed & Beautiful Real Wedding In North Yorkshire – Eleanor & Mike

August 5th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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We are in North Yorkshire this afternoon for a really lovely relaxed countryside wedding, full of beautiful smiles, pretty people and delectable details.  With images by Ruth Mitchell Photography, real bride Eleanor can’t wait to tell you all about her big day. 

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Eleanor says:  Mike proposed to me at the top of Arden Moor on Bonfire Night 2011. We’d gone up to watch the firework displays all around, the views are amazing! We took a mini barbeque for hot dogs and a flask of mulled wine… I remember telling him off for packing champagne glasses for the mulled wine, I had no idea what he was planning!

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We were married on 28th May 2013 at St Michael and All Angels Church Barningham, Nr. Richmond, followed by a marquee reception at Mike’s parents’ farm near Newsham.

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We opted for a relaxed, woodland theme with midnight blue for the bridesmaids and a mix of pinks, purples and white for the flowers.

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I chose a Benjamin Roberts bridal gown and a veil from the fantastic Ava Rose Hamilton in Durham (who I would recommend to everyone)!

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My hair was by Charlotte from SAKS at Sedbury Stables, and Make Up By Jo (a Brides Up North Featured Supplier) did my make up. 

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My bridesmaids wore a lovely Dessy dress from Joanna Kay Bridal Boutique in Stokesley and our groomsmen wore navy suits with silver waistcoats and dusky pink scrunch ties from Affleck and Moffat in Darlington.

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I carried a hand tied bouquet of dusty pink roses, pink peony, cream peony, astilbe, stock, clematis, purple veronica, astrantia and the herbs apple mint , sage and rosemary by Darling and Green Florist.

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My favourite part of the day was getting into the car with Mike after the ceremony… my first chance to tell him how nervous I was and giggle at the fact we had just got married!  Close second is our speeches by my beautiful mum and our two best men.  

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Barningham is where Mike grew up and first started his job as a gamekeeper. The church there holds some special memories. We went up onto Barningham Moor after the ceremony for our photographer to take some shots!

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Mike made all the wooden table centres and name card holders and created our fantastic cake stand. We collected wine crates and used them to display our seating plan and for the card box.  We used Brides Up North Featured Supplier Ruby Shoes for our pretty bunting and Oh Abigail for our message signs. 

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My Sister in Law makes the best fruit cake which she sells to local shops and at Christmas time, and she made our top tier cake. Carol Millman from Love Cupcakes iced the fruit cake and made some delicious cupcakes in different flavours with white chocolate dipped fruit on top.

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Oh Abigail made a sign reading “I do appreciate soft butter!” something Mike once said and is always remembered when we have cheese and crackers with a block of hard butter that is impossible to spread!

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Our food and bar were by The Game Kart, cheese by Lewis and Cooper and Howard Cross supplied the marquee. 

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In the evening we had the Hip Operation Band and DJ. They were fantastic well recommended and had everyone dancing!

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We made homemade plum gin for favours and sparklers for our guests to remember our wedding night. 

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After the wedding we had a few nights away at Rhinefield House in the New Forest and have just booked a Safari to Tanzania at Christmas…funded by our very generous wedding guests!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North is to ensure you book reliable, well recommended suppliers and your whole day will just happen around you, everything was under control on our day all I had to think about was having an amazing day! Oh, and add the personal touches. 

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Congratulations Eleanor & Mike!

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Northern Lights! A Real Wedding In North Yorkshire – Hannah & Steven

March 25th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Another cold Monday morning deserves a splash of something special, and this stunning Real Wedding sent to me by Abi of Wooden Hill Images and real bride Hannah reminds us that Winter can be beautiful as well as dreary!  From the traditional Christmas theme to the theatrical lighting effects and the bride’s gorgeous feathered cape, this wedding is packed with dramatic detail and atmosphere.

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After all, if you are going to go for breath-taking , why not make it completely and utterly breath-taking!?

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Hannah says:  We got engaged under an olive tree, in an olive grove in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco on 9th June 2012, and were married on 15th December 2012 at All Saints Church, Pickhill, then to Steven’s family farm for the reception in a marquee in the garden.

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My dress was Augusta Jones ‘Syd’ from The Bridal Lounge in Northallerton. It was a lace dress with a romantic line and low back.  I also wore a blush pink feather bolero and added LK Bennett shoes and Cachet London jewellery.  

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We opted for a Christmas theme, although we wanted a traditional Christmas wedding and not a commercialised  theme. We used purple as an accent colour and for the bridesmaids.

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My three bridesmaids wore three different shades of purple, with dresses from The Bridal Lounge, and Steven and the ushers were in traditional morning dress. 

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Steven’s sister won a silver medal in the Olympics last year and so the wedding party were transported to the reception in her state of the art horse box, decorated inside for the wedding party to travel in style!

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The wedding was at 3pm so when we left the church at 4.30pm after mulled wine and mince pies it was pitch black with flaming torches lining the churchyard.  Flaming torches lined the mile long road to the reception venue and our musicians, who played throughout the whole day, played flute in amongst the trees when guests arrived, throughout the drinks reception and during the evening dancing.  

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Each of the twelve tables were decorated to replicate the twelve days of Christmas and we added a 20ft Christmas tree in the centre of the marquee and dry ice to create atmosphere.

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We chose a simple three tier cake decorated with antique roses to match my bouquet. 

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Our first dance was a live version of Your Song with wonderful lighting effects and dry ice – very romantic!

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After the wedding we headed to Lapland for a mini break before Christmas and are off to Thailand for a longer break this Spring. 

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to keep the focus of the day about being in love with the person you are marrying. The attention to detail beforehand just helps you to enjoy the day more with friends and family.

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Congratulations Hannah & Steven!

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Diary Date: Showcase Day At Thief Hole Cottages With The Wedding Concierge

March 5th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Now this weekend coming we may be having a rare break from our own action packed Spring schedule of bridal events here at Brides Up North (a girl has to have some down time you know!), but that doesn’t mean that I won’t be keeping you updated about the more intriguing bridal events in the regions going on whilst I put in some quality sofa time

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First up, Brides Up North Featured Supplier Helen of The Wedding Concierge (you may remember Helen from some of the indispensible wedding planning features she wrote for Brides Up North in 2012) is popping by to tell us all about a showcase event that she is organising at Thief Hole Luxury Cottages in Northallerton this Sunday.  Take it away Helen!

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Helen of The Wedding Concierge says:  Are you dreaming of a day that is different but struggling to find the perfect venue which offers the flexibility you need in order to incorporate all of your ideas? Perhaps you have your heart set on a beautiful outdoor wedding but haven’t yet been able to find the right setting?

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On Sunday 10 March 2013, a brand new marquee wedding venue is set to open its doors for the first time.

Hidden away in the North Yorkshire countryside near Northallerton, Thief Hole Luxury Cottages form a stunning conversion of period barns offering five-star self-catering accommodation. Designed and built to the highest standard, the four holiday cottages will accommodate up to 20 people. Surrounded by stunning North Yorkshire countryside, the cottages and their immaculate grounds are available for your exclusive use, providing an enviable backdrop for your dream day.

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On the day, you will have the opportunity to step inside a beautiful pole marquee, alongside a unique Yurt Bar and whilst exploring the venue you will have the opportunity to meet some of Yorkshire’s finest wedding industry suppliers. There’ll be complimentary refreshments too!

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Fancy some sofa time too?  Why not double task and catch up on some of Helen’s words of wedding planning wisdom in her series for Brides Up North here:

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Wedding Planning SOS – Have Your Cake & Eat It!

Wedding Planning SOS – Hello Petal!

Wedding Planning SOS – Practical Paper – Wedding Invitations

Wedding Planning SOS – Picture Perfect – How To Choose A Wedding Photographer

Wedding Planning SOS – Hotel, Motel, Holiday Inn – Wedding Venue Rescue

Wedding Planning SOS – Where On Earth To Begin?!

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One Day Like This: A Real Wedding In North Yorkshire – Cat & Jonny

February 28th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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Now, there was an article in yesterday’s Huffington Post that I really identified with.  In a nutshell, when submitting images to a magazine for print, wedding photographer Anne Almasy was dismayed to find that instead of people, they were only interested in pretty details.  The photographer didn’t make a fuss at the time, but later penned the piece calling for the industry to remember what weddings are really all about.

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On the one hand, as an editor, I get the magazine’s need for inspirational images of styled details and aspirational table settings – wedding magazines and blogs would be in trouble without them after all – but on the other hand, I totally understand the photographer’s disappointment that her carefully selected images of a newlywed couple in love were not deemed adequate. 

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There may or may not have been a misunderstanding and the article might just have been published to sensationalise.  Whatever the reason, I don’t think the industry really does need to take a long hard look at itself (most wedding industry professionals I know work long tireless hours over and above requirements to help to deliver a bride and groom’s dream day – they know that it’s all about the people, they can just help with the pretty bits), but I do think that it’s nice for planning brides to remember that it doesn’t matter if your chair covers match your bridesmaids’ knickers – it’s all about the love between the two of you.

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This isn’t an issue that we have a problem with here at Brides Up North, as we receive so many beautiful submissions of all different types of weddings that I find both the pretty and personal boxes are generally ticked without getting too worried about it.  However, I have said it before and I’ll say it again… my favourite Real Weddings are always the ones that are a little stripped back, and where the happiness is allowed to shine through…

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…exactly like today’s gorgeous and personal celebration in the lovely village of Helmsley, North Yorkshire, sent to me by photographer Carly Bevan and today’s happy couple Cat and Jonny.

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Cat says:  Jonny proposed somewhere over the Atlantic on 22/12/11. We were on our way to visit my brother for Christmas. Jonny had a temporary ring that was black and white as I support Newcastle Football Club. He had remembered me dropping a HUGE hint about a lovely shop that made/designed jewellery – Dot the Jewellers in Saltaire. We kept it quiet on the plane and celebrated with a glass of wine each.  I was speechless and kept asking if Jonny was serious!

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We got married at 3pm on 4th November 2012 at The Black Swan, Helmsley, North Yorkshire.

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We love cosy, country pubs and good food. It reminded us very much of one of our favourite local pubs and knowing we could get married there was a bonus! It was intimate and atmospheric – just what we wanted. 

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My dress was by Claire Pettibone and called Yolanda. I got it from The White Closet in Didsbury, Manchester. I loved its simplicity and felt wonderful in it. My shoes were by Rachel Simpson and called Olivia. I wore a Flo and Percy headband called Glastonbury – it was a sign as both Jonny and I love Glastonbury festival and have been many times.

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I didn’t have any bridesmaids; unfortunately my best friend lives in Australia and was unable to come over. The groomsmen wore navy suits and matching blue and white ties.

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I carried a small but beautiful posy of Amnesia roses. Jonny had a single Amnesia rose. The wedding party had cream roses and lilac fuchsias. My flowers came from Gemma Magson at The Topiary Tree in Helmsley.

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My parents rented a cottage five minute’s walk from The Black Swan which meant my Dad and I could walk. It was really lovely and meant we could also have some photos taken on the walk down.

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We had a guitarist called James Smith who played prior, during and after the ceremony. He was amazing and made the day for us as we are huge music fans. He even learnt The Stone Roses “Ten Storey Love Song” for me to walk down the aisle to.

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The special touches for us were the involvement of our friends. One of my best friends has a stationery design company, White Petal Design and she made our invites as well as doing a reading. The men’s favours were bottles of Build a Rocket Boys Beer by the band Elbow. They are one of our favourite bands and our first dance was to one of their songs too. The ladies’ favours were Happy Bags that supported a local children’s hospice.

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We had cupcakes made by my friend Kerry Bennett and they were delicious. We had two flavours- chocolate orange and white chocolate and champagne. We also had a small four tier cheese cake from Hunters of Helmsley that was fabulous and we continued to eat for a week!

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We didn’t have a theme as such but family, friendship, music and laughter was important. The tables were all named after Paul Weller albums as he is Jonny’s favourite musician.  We had silver candelabras on the table and silver bows for the back of the chairs. Due to the time of year we wanted lots of candles and the fires lit at the venue to give a cosy feel.

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We’re sure everyone says this but our favourite part was having our friends and family with us to celebrate our special day. We sat in the middle of the room on a circular table which meant we could look around at everyone enjoying themselves.

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After the wedding, we went to a beautiful cottage in Scotland. It wasn’t far from Stirling where my family are from. It was remote and had a hot tub which was great to relax in and stargaze with a glass of champagne.

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be to do what you want! It’s your day and you want to know when you remember it that you wouldn’t change a thing.

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Congratulations Cat & Jonny!

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The Snow Queens – A Styled Bridal Shoot In North Yorkshire

February 12th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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I’ve something extra specially sparkly, snowy and gorgeous for you this afternoon.  After enduring weeks of grizzle, grey and slush, I think it’s time we fell back in love with the white stuff… because brides really should love white, now, shouldn’t they?!  This pretty and impromptu styled shoot comes to you courtesy of friend of the wedding blog, Abi, of Wooden Hill Images, and I’m so excited to share the loveliness with you. 

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Abi says:  Being a natural light photographer, the outdoors fascinate me. In January whist watching the weather forecast and seeing what was forecast to be the last of the snow, inspiration hit!

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The inspiration behind much of my editing comes from both literary classics and the way a photograph can make you feel.  With more and more brides getting married in winter, I thought about the visions of Narnia and snow filled fields and the beauty of wintry ‘costume’.  I called on my good friend Jane from Wedding and Events Floral Design and we decided to seize the moment. We had 48 hours!

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Jane contacted and arranged the use of Howebridge Wedding Venue in Sowerby, Thirsk, utilizing the gardens and field.  Brides and Belles, Northallerton so generously offered the use of any of their dresses that fitted our brief and local models were found who would brave the elements! Claire Taylor of the Cake Fairy Company expressed interest in joining us and so we began to draw up a vision of different Snow Queens.

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On the morning of the shoot, it had snowed harder than anticipated so we had to swap venues as Howebridge was unreachable. Wedding Events and Floral Design offered the use of their gardens and field. With only two models able to get to the shoot, we called on their ability to become all the different Snow Queens that we had envisioned.

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With oceans of humour and huge dollop of giddy excitement, our first Snow Queen, Georgia was born. Her world is outdoors, the juxtaposition of interior living, outside. She reads romance, wrapped in luxurious fur, in quiet simplicity.  In contrast Olivia, is a Queen with stylish authority, a billowing bridal gown and a superior air about her.  Bo, a pretty, playful bride with a love of Nordic worlds and with a bejewelled bouquet of brooches and trinkets has an inner smile.  Cordelia (my personal favourite) has an ethereal, frosted quality, from a medieval land her Bridal coat and natural circlet in her hair, encapsulating all things rustic.

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Unfortunately, as we progressed through the shoot the snow was thawing incredibly fast so we were working to huge time restraints. The cake had to retire inside for fear of being ruined and Snow Queen ‘Katarina’ hasn’t even made the final cut because the snow thawed all over her dress and hair!

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We wanted to use these photographs to inspire other brides. When planning your wedding, think who you would like to draw inspiration from – a book, a character, a season, nature. Play, think of individual ideas to make your wedding your own and unique.

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Photography – Abi Whitmarsh for Wooden Hill images

Flowers and Props – Wedding and Events Floral Design

Dresses and Tiaras – Brides and Belles, Northallerton

Cake – Cake Fairy Company (Claire Taylor)

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With thanks and apologies to Howebridge Wedding Venue, Sowerby, Thirsk.

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