Arran and Hayley, you totally smashed it, what an amazing day!
They picked a lovely little-known church for their wedding ceremony; All Saints Church in Strelley Village, Nottingham. The place held a special significance for them because Hayley’s mum grew-up in the village.
The day started with bridal preparations at Hayley’s house in Long Eaton, where highlights included the exchanging of gifts and seeing big smiles from their two girls. Arran had one last ride in his van carting the flowers to All Saints Church, Strelley- the van is getting replaced by a beast- I can’t wait to see how that turns out, plenty of room for his bikes now!
At the church, Evie was a legend. It was so cute to see Hayley bring her down the aisle and cling to her throughout the wedding ceremony. Post-ceremony, it was time for tea, cakes, and confetti followed by a romantic stroll through the grounds of Strelley Hall, Nottingham, to capture some great photos of the newly weds and a wonderful time.
Here’s a little taste of their day for you to enjoy!
A big thanks goes to:
Emmanuel Church Bramcotte, Arran and Hayley’s home church for serving with the tea and cakes// DJ Bacon (Smokey, not cured) for helping us finish the celebrations.
I hope my natural, documentary wedding photography style made you feel even more excited about your wedding day!?
If the answer’s yes, then I’d absolutely love to hear from you- let’s go for a coffee and we can talk about what you have install for your big day and how I can help you.
I photograph weddings throughout Nottingham and Derbyshire and I provide my couples with authentic wedding photography (not staged or cheesy).