Woodlands Hotel Wedding Photography - Bekki & Eddy

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Bekki & Eddy

01.10.17

Bekki & Eddy are incredible together. They love each other, they love their family and they to have fun, all of which is highly infectious to anyone around them as I found out at their incredible wedding last week at Woodlands hotel in Leeds.

I joined Bekki and her girls for what can only be descried as an eventful morning at her and Eddy's house just round the corner from Woodlands. The Prosecco was flowing very early on so the mood in camp was rather lively to say the least. Bekki and her girls welcomed me with open arms and plenty of beverages which just allowed me to do my thing and capture the madness as it unfolded naturally. Meanwhile my wingman for the day, Bradley, who owns the amazing Bailey Wedding Films, joined Eddy and the guys up at Woodlands for what seemed like a much calmer affair.

Once Bekki and her girls were all set, they jumped in their VW Campervan and headed up to Woodlands. After an incredibly emotional ceremony which saw both Bride and Groom in tears, we headed outside to the stunning gardens where the weather had held off and allowed us to grab some ace group shots, fun mingles and a few portraits of Bekki and Eddy. Then after some gorgeous food and hilarious yet moving speeches we hit the dance floor and I was taught how to truly party! Big shout to the Saira Clegg and her Saxfor providing an awesome soundtrack to the night and keeping the guests dancing. After grabbing the party couple for a quick night time portrait outside we bid them farewell and left them to enjoy the rest of their night. 

I've put together a slideshow with the highlights from Bekki and Eddy's day. It is set to the song Bekki walked down the aisle to, "Whatever" by Oasis, and then their amazing first dance, "The Power of Love" by Gabrielle Aplin.

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