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.
“We chose the Marquee at Ramside Hall as Laura had always dreamed of having her wedding reception in a Marquee, and out of all of the Marquees we viewed, Ramside Hall stood out to us with its’ beautiful grounds and hotel.”
Laura chose a Pronovia ‘fish tail’ designed lace wedding dress in Ivory, accompanied by a Ronald Joyce two-tiered long veil. Laura purchased her dress from Mia Sposa Bridal Boutique in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Laura carried a bouquet made up of White Hydrangeas, with a few peach roses and Gypsophilia. The bridesmaids carried small bouquets of Gypsophilia tied with hessian string. The gentlemen had Gypsophilia button holes, and Patrick wore a peach rose with Gypsophilia by Flowers with Fleur by Amy.
We used LPS Promotions from Billingham to supply our Photo Booth for the evening reception as entertainment for guests. We now have an album of all of the daft photos taken with all of our guests to remember a perfect day!
What was your favourite part of the day?
“This is a hard question – we would have to say all of it! It was such a special day, and every moment was our favourite moment. It was so special being able to spend the day with all of our friends and family, and celebrate our marriage just how we wanted to! The day went perfectly without a hitch, and we could not have wished for a better wedding day!!”
“Choose Focal Point photography to take your wedding photographs! Your wedding photographs are the most important part of your day, as they provide a lifetime of memories for you and your family. There are many wedding photographers out there, but in our opinion none of them are as professional, high quality and talented as David and Paul. These guys are true professionals and will leave you nothing short of speechless with their results! And what’s more, they’re great blokes, and they bend over backwards to make your photographs extra special.”