As a Sheffield wedding photographer I often hear couples mention that city wedding venues such as The Old Rectory often come with limited grounds. As your wedding photographer I do not need landscaping to capture the amazing memories from your wedding. City wedding venues are often dynamic, historical and offer unique and quirky backdrops and I can prove it in this real wedding blog.
A massive thank you to Katy & Gavin who ventured onto the Sheffield streets – stopping traffic along the way.
I met both Gavin and Katy at Mosborough Hall for bride and groom prep before they headed out in individual trips to The Old Rectory in a VW campervan. On arrival Gavin was met by their closest family and friends…not forgetting the whippet Lottie. Who eagerly awaited the arrival of Katy at the top of the isle with Gavin and his best man.
Prior to wedding breakfast my newlyweds celebrated with a mass of confetti and drinks with their guests. We then ventured onto the streets of Sheffield for some quirky bride and groom portraits. This wedding had an amazing informal vibe throughout. Guests were certainly well catered for and did not go hungry with horse box catering offering pie and peas followed by waffles later in the evening.
Guests were entertained with games, sparklers, glitter bar and a live band into the evening. Gavin and Katy created some amazing wedding memories by immersing themselves into their weddings celebrations. I had a fabulous time sharing this wonderful wedding with my fun loving bride and groom, their family and friends.