A wonderful New Hill Farm Stud Wedding with Emma & Alex. We just love quirky venues for weddings. We love how couples like to break from tradition and celebrate their wedding exactly the way they want. This was the case with Emma and Alex. When they got in touch at the beginning of the year and told us their plans, we were beyond excited. They live in the Manchester area so wanted to keep everything local. St Marks church in the Worsely area of Greater Manchester is were they tied the knot. It really is a beautiful church and being able to capture all the emotion from the front of the church was a joy.
New Hill Farm Stud
New Hill Farm Stud is a working farm in Manchester, with horses, ducks and everything else you would expect to find on a farm. They had a teepee set up on the field with hay bails and a wood fired pizza oven. The kids had football nets, bats and balls to keep themselves entertained, and it didn’t take long for the adults to get involved in too, including the bride. Emma had so much fun playing rounders with the children. After speeches and a few more drinks (quite a few for one of the guests) we made use of the wonderful summer evening light and had a walk around the farm for some alone time with Emma and Alex and to meet some of the residents of New Hill Farm Stud.
Emma and Alex are such a down to earth, fantastic couple and their personality shone throughout the wedding.
Flowers and cake: Judy Westerby (Grooms mother)
Makeup: Jodie Boyd
Band: Plain Folk
Caterers: The Palate Box
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