The Hospitium is in York city centre, peacefully set within the Museum Gardens. It dates from the 14th century and is a beautiful two-storey listed building, overlooked by the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey. Perfect for wedding photographs!
Amanda & John’s August wedding was such good fun…it had everything from lollipop bouquets (made by the bride!) to a vintage VW camper van, and even a bouncy castle!
On Sunday we photographed our first (and hopefully not last!) wedding at The Engine Shed in Wetherby and here’s a sneak peek. The above cinematic shot was taken down by the river by Heather during our bride and groom portrait session after the ceremony and the below was taken upstairs in the Engine Shed later on at night by Colin (love the New York jazz club feel to it!)
A full blog post of this fab, fun wedding (complete with bouncy castle!) will be coming soon. And don’t forget that we’ll also be exhibiting at the next wedding fair at The Engine Shed on Sunday 7th September, so do come and say hello to us there.
Beautiful, natural wedding photography from the Colin Murdoch Studio. Wedding photographers based in Skipton and covering Yorkshire, Lancashire and beyond.
Life has changed in our household over the past couple of weeks, due to the arrival of our beautiful new puppy, Archie. Archie is a brindle miniature wirehaired dachshund and we love him already…let’s face it, who wouldn’t with this gorgeous face? :)
Phew, it’s been a busy week this week! But I wanted to end it by blogging Amanda & John’s pre-wedding shoot in Wetherby. This was actually the first time we’d properly met and sat down with Amanda & John, and it was lovely to hear more about their wedding plans over a drink and to get to know them better (and for me to get a sneaky peek at a photo of Amanda’s stunning dress whilst Colin and John were away from the table!)