A tipi wedding at Whitebottom Farm in Marple Bridge Stockport is incredible but a festival wedding is even better!!! All on the grounds of Blackthorne Festival fields. It was a wedding full of expectation and it truly didn’t disappoint.
I was so excited for Laura & Stephen, the amount of planning, DIY’ing these two took on was awe inspiring, (they pulled it off!!) One of my favourite weddings to be part of. The festival vibe suited L&S’s style, they’re one cool couple. Their fascination with vikings (or should I say Stephens) played a huge role on their wedding day. How do you include vikings at your wedding I hear you say? with swords, axe-throwing and an inflatable dinosaur of course!!
Their ceremony was really unique to them too, lighting a fire pit to start the proceedings. The weather was kind to them and their guests as we all witnessed them exchange rings in a lovely open field surrounded by trees. After their kiss dog walkers could be heard clapping and cheering as they passed the entrance to the site – it was that kind of wedding 🙂 outdoors and almost spiritual.
Their wedding day was just a blast to document, stand outs for me without a shadow of doubt is Stephen licking cake of a sword and the speeches, there’s one frame where Laura & Stephen are cowering as a video is played to their guests of Stephen when he wasn’t as cool, he he (sorry mate) To fair there were loads but these two stick with me.
I wish i could of stayed later as the evening took shape the lighting and atmosphere was amazing!