We will remember Lucy and Ed’s Gisborough Hall wedding for the smiles on their faces from start to finish. Despite the miserable weather the fun and laughter never stopped.
2017 has been another fantastic year for us. Here is just a small snapshot of our best wedding photography moments of the year. It is always a pleasure to be part of a couples wedding with each one being fabulous and unique in its own way.
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The stunning North East coast, only a stones throw away from Seaham Hall Hotel and Spa played host to Jennifer and Alex’s wedding celebrations. Just ten minutes along the coast
Stephanie and Alan wanted their wedding at Rockliffe Hall to be glamorous and classic and they certainly achieved it. Rockliffe Hall is set in the picturesque village of Hurworth, County Durham just along the road from All Saints church where they were married.
Focal point Photography is excited to announce that photographer David Armour has been awarded the title of ‘Contemporary Portrait Photographer of the Year’ 2016 for the Northern Region by the Master Photographers Association. He has also received a Highly Commended award for Classical portraiture and a merit in the Classical Wedding category.
Pastel colours, natural flowers and decorated glassware and a beautiful ivory Pronovia fish tail lace wedding dress were the main ingredients for this stunning rustic wedding at Ramside Hall.
Stephanie and Nick’s Eshott Hall wedding turned out to be a fabulous day of celebration, fun and laughter with a lot of beautiful people. However no one could outshine the gorgeous Bride and Groom.
We recently had the pleasure of photographing another fabulous Wynyard Hall wedding. Samantha and Richard were married on a beautiful spring day in April this year. The beautiful weather was only surpassed by Samantha in her elegant blush pink wedding gown by designer Stella York. http://www.essensedesigns.com/stella-york
Originally built as a private estate house, this 12th Century building and grounds have been lovingly restored into a 21st century Country House Hotel without losing any of its grandeur or heritage