Hornington Manor was the setting for this beautiful, late summer wedding.

What can I say about Jonti and Rhian? Young, Happy and very much in love. From the moment I arrived in the morning at Hornington Manor, Jonti and Rhian both had huge smiles on their faces. They intended to enjoy every minute of the day. Today I was working alongside the amazing Neil Jackson from Neil Jackson Photography. We had never worked together before but after the first 10 mins I knew we would work well together.


Jonti was the first to get ready. We headed into the drawing room and found some amazing natural window light. This enabled us to achieve some great portrait shots. Jonti had some gifts for his groomsmen which we also captured at a distance. The grooms transportation for the church was a Ferrari 488. This guaranteed he was getting to the church on time!


Rhian’s bridal preparations took place in the main living room in Hornington Manor. Her dress was beautiful and has she was helped into it by her bridesmaids, the first sign of nerves kicked in.

The ceremony was held at St James’ Parish Church in the centre of Wetherby. Rhian is a member of a local quire and her fellow members were performing all the hymns during the ceremony. The couple left the church in a vintage wedding car. Heading back to Hornington for the drinks reception. The wether had been kind to us all day and when we arrived at the venue, the sun was beating down. Food for Thought were the caterers for the aperitif’s and the wedding breakfast. If you haven’t tasted their food you are missing out it’s AMAZING!

After the meal, we headed outside to capture the beautiful sunset. Jonti & Rhian’s love for each other was plain to see. We achieved some amazing footage on the day and I wish them both all the happiness for the future.

If you are planning your own wedding please get in touch I would love to hear from you.

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