Chris & Susan tied the knot in a small ceremony in front of close family and friends, on their 17 year anniversary of being a couple, last weekend.
They chose the lovely Blackfriars restaurant for their Newcastle wedding, which is a restaurant originally built in 1239 (!) as a monastery. They provide amazing food and as well as hosting weddings, host medieval banquets in their amazing banquet hall.
As the couple live in Nottingham, and their wedding was planned in around six months, we didn't get to meet until a couple of days before their big day, where we enjoyed a coffee and a good chat - was lovely to find out more about them including their love of scuba diving (wait until you see the cake!!)
Here are some previews of their wedding day....which believe it or not was threatening to be snowed on ALL day! It was very bitterly cold and lots of flakes of snow around, but the cosy atmosphere of Blackfriars means you can hardly tell!
After the ceremony and a few group photographs, we had just enough time to grab some frames outside before they sat down to have their wedding breakfast. There's lots of nice stone & brickwork around the venue that we were all keen to have in the photographs!
If you are looking for fun and relaxed photography for your Newcastle or Northumberland wedding or civil partnership (or infact anywhere in the UK)... please feel free to get in touch via my website for a chat and to see if your wedding date is available.
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