Laura & Ryan were married on the 19th February 2015 at Matfen Hall. We always really love to go to Matfen Hall in the gorgeous Northumberland countryside. It has so much character and is a great wedding venue!

The day started at Laura’s house, where Louise Black of LG Hair, Richmond was putting the finishing touches to Laura’s hair. Laura looked stunning and we couldn’t wait to get over to Matfen Hall where Laura and her bridesmaids were getting ready.

The sun was shining over Matfen Hall and skies were blue! Laura changed into her dress from Harrogate Wedding Lounge and looked so beautiful. The bridesmaids wore dresses in a dusky, pale purple and all the girls had stunning bouquets in shades of pink and cream from Nattrass.

Ryan seemed calm and relaxed before the service and enjoyed a laugh with his best man. All the boys looked smart in their suits from Greenwoods and greeted the guests as they arrived.

The service took place in the amazing great hall which has so much character! A great place for photographs. The ceremony was lovely, with a heart-felt reading from Sam Donaldson, and afterwards everyone gathered on the steps outside for a group picture of everyone together and this was also a great time to throw confetti! Laura & Ryan enjoyed having some romantic shots taken around Matfen Hall’s beautiful grounds which were covered in the sweetest little snowdrops!

The reception room looked fantastic, with table decoration by Laura herself (very talented Laura ;-)) and a delicious looking cake by Sheila Swainston (Laura’s Nana). After a delicious wedding breakfast, hilarious speeches and much laughter, everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of John Penn! A fantastic singer from Cumbria. Everyone had a great time!

Laura & Ryan loved their photographs and are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their wedding book from Graphistudio, our printers in Italy!

 

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