Kirsty and David married at The Hawkhills, a stunning 18th century stately home in Easingwold, North Yorkshire.

Due to the pandemic their wedding day had to involve some restrictions. Not wanting to be dissuaded from a party though, they decided to split their day in order to have the celebration with all their friends and family that they’d planned.
Thankfully I was able to accommodate both their dates. This meant we got to capture both their beautiful, intimate ceremony and also the fantastic evening of entertainment organised for the summer reception. We’re talking a live band, a bouncy castle and even a rodeo bull! It’s not often you get bridal portraits atop a spinning bovine!

I loved the details from this wedding. From the sunflower bouquets tied in with their wedding cake, to a sentimentally engraved pocket watch. There was even a brilliant caricaturist capturing the fun!

In the end it really felt like Kirsty and David got the best of both worlds. After all who gets to dress back up in your suit and gown and have a second wedding day!

Are you looking for a wedding photographer to capture your celebrations? Getting married at The Hawkhills? We have a special relationship as a preferred supplier here. This means we can offer you an exclusive rate for wedding photography!

Get in touch today to check our availability. Let’s talk about how Oliver Dixon Photography can help you capture those important memories from your wedding day.

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