Emma & Paul were recently married at the Church of the Holy Saviour in Tynemouth.
When I arrived at Emma’s parents house to photograph the bridal preparations, everyone was drinking prosecco and having a great laugh. It was clear from that moment it was going to be a fun filled day.
Emma works in a bridal shop so I knew she’d have an amazing dress. She looked stunning in her Martina Liana gown and the bridesmaids and flower girls were all the perfect retinue for the beautiful bride.
When they were all ready, they were chauffeured to the church in a retro VW camper van called Dylan. It’s always a pleasure working with it’s proud owner, Nigel from VW Deluxe Weddings.
Waiting at the church patiently and just a little bit nervous was Paul who, along with his groomsmen looked extremely dapper in his suit from Master Debonaire.
After a wonderful church service the newlyweds hoped into the camper van and headed briefly up the coast for a few exclusive pics before arriving at their chosen venue, Noir in Whitley Bay.
Here they were greeted once more by their guests and after some very amusing speeches everyone settled down for some good old fish & chips. Calories were later burned off when the evenings entertainment began and everyone started to dance.
Here’s a few of my favourite images from the day.
All the best to Emma & Paul for a happy married life together!