'We met through mutual friends in Summer 2021 and spent time hanging out as friends in a group setting for some time but then in the Autumn, we started spending time just the two of us on a more intimate level. Going on dates to art galleries around Manchester and different food places we found many common bonds through music, film, fashion, and food. Although it had felt real for some time, we put the official label on our relationship on Christmas Eve 2021. Just over a year later Rob proposed to Amélie on the 26th February 2023 in Lake District, specifically Grasmere. During a brisk morning walk up the hills around the lake of Grasmere Rob got down on one knee. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery, Amélie said yes. This was followed by a surprise luxurious spa weekend during which we celebrated our engagement in style at Lordore Falls spa hotel.'
After weeks of torrential rain Amelie and Robs wedding day arrived and brought the sun with it. They decided to get married at the registry office earlier in the day so they could have the wedding ceremony they wanted with a friend and pastor leading the service. The Ivory Tower provided a wonderful backdop for their day.
As Amelie appeared down the aisle Rob started to tear up, they shared personal hand written vows during the ceremony. We headed over to Avenham for some photos as well as using the outside space at the Ivory Tower to capture some fun photos.
The speeches were split up over the day between courses, dancing and food. They even had a donut tower!
When I first spoke to me they had said they weren't going to have a photographer but regretted that decision and I was recommended to them a few months before. They said as I left it was the best decision they had made for the wedding.
Here are a few of my favourites from their wedding day: