Healds Hall Wedding Photography of Hannah and Jack.
I have been MEGA excited to post about this wedding for ages – and now I actually can!! The wedding of Hannah and Jack was just amazing, full of so much love, emotions and laugh out loud moments. I really struggled to narrow down the pics for their blog today – I mean I got quite stressed and everything…
We started off at the beautiful bride Hannah’s parents’ house, complete with her lovely bridesmaids and Mum and Dad. Hannah greeted us dressed head to toe in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pyjamas – the MOST chilled bride ever!! To say everyone had being up partying with prosecco the night before, you honestly couldn’t tell. I think the bacon sandwiches and bread on tap may have helped.
Hannah looked absolutely stunning in her House of Mooshki Sarah wedding dress, an apricot coloured lace gown that hung from her shoulders so delicately. The pearl necklace and turquoise headpiece completed the look – and I have to mention the shoes! Hannah wore sparkly turquoise Irregular Choice Razzle 2 Dazzle shoes that literally glittered as she walked – with a sparkly bow on top. Did I mention that her shoes sparkled?!
Hannah and Jack were married at the Christ Church of Liversedge on the 11th September. It was a lovely, emotional ceremony, complete with readings from their family members. Afterwards we stole the bride and groom away for their bridal portraits by a hidden pond nearby. These guys made our job so so easy – so happy, calm and relaxed in front of the camera. We had a really good afternoon with Hannah and Jack, getting the best pictures of the loved up pair, with me only occasionally getting in the shot – “Leanne, get out of the shot!!”
The wedding reception was at Heald’s Hall Hotel in Liversedge, surrounded by beautiful gardens which were perfect for the group shots. This wedding had so many personal touches from Hannah and Jack throughout the day – music was definitely one that comes to mind. Hannah’s bouquet was made of paper containing their first dance lyrics. The table centre pieces were an assortment of musical instruments for the guests to play. I mean, there was a triangle and maracas and everything! Hannah and Jack’s wedding cake was made entirely from different flavoured macaroons. MULTI-COLOURED MACAROONS!!?!
I could keep writing about how awesome this day was – but I’m running out of space. So please check out the photos below!
Lots of love
Mrs R x