Earlier in March, I had the pleasure of photographing Aimee and Rebecca’s civil partnership wedding at the Royal York Hotel in York.
This was my first visit to the York so I went up the day before to have a look at the venue and also took the opportunity to have a quick look around the York city itself which I think requires another visit when I have more time to shop!
Aimee and Rebecca both now live in Nottingham but met each other at university in York hence they choose to go back to this beautiful city for their wedding.
Aimee and Rebecca both had their hair and make-up done together in a suite at the Royal York Hotel but when it was time to step into their dresses, Aimee went to her mum’s room to put her dress whilst Rebecca stayed in the suite to put hers on as they had not seen each other’s dresses.
Once ready, Aimee and Rebecca met again so they saw each other before walking down the aisle. and following a lovely ceremony, a drinks reception followed.
The Royal York Hotel is right next to York Station and we went briefly into the station for a few photos.
Aimee and Rebecca did an official line up before guests were seated for their wedding breakfast meal and, ater the meal, they surprised their guests with a firework display.
Shortly after this, the evening entertainment commenced kicked off with Aimee and Rebecca’s first dance together.
As you will see from the photos below, Aimee and Rebecca both looked beautiful and make such a lovely couple.
I would like to take this opportunity of thanking Aimee and Rebecca for choosing me to be their wedding photographer. It was a pleasure to be part of your day and I wish you continued happiness together in your future.
Below are a selection of photos from their wedding day. Family and friends are welcome to share the post by clicking on the social media link at the end of the post.
If you would like to discuss your own civil partnership/wedding with me, please get in touch via by completing the contact form on my website or by telephone on 07977 499473.
how cool is this personalised Monopoly set:-