The Mowbray Sheffield Wedding Photography – Cemetery
I had the absolute incredible pleasure of second shooting a wedding for all round superstar Liam Rimmington. I arrived on the morning of the wedding to park up at Stalker Lees Road, where I once lived as a student. It felt so strange being on that road again, and stranger still to realise that as a 19 year old I never walked up through the arch that led to Sheffield Cemetery. All that was about to change for Anna and Tom’s stunning stunning wedding.
This wedding was an absolute dream to photograph. I saw Anna arrive in her elegant dress, with a choker neck, lace detail that flattered her athletic body, to finish the look gold jewellery and stunning grey hair. It was a beautiful sunny day, and the guests were ready waiting for Anna in the Chapel. I saw her arrive with her father, walking like a model up the path. She took my breath away. She looked like an angel. The ceremony was officiated by Tom’s brother in front a small numbers of guests which made the whole day intimate. The size of the wedding party meant that everyone felt involved.
After canapes and beer outside the chapel, the party left for the very cool venue The Mowbray.
“The Mowbray embodies the boldness of British architecture with the softness of beautiful and thoughtful interior design and a gentle narrative of luxurious styling and environment.” … “Luxuriously complete – The Mowbray prides itself in being a unique wedding reception venue in Sheffield. We look after everything from venue styling, table settings, floral abundance, food and consultations, bespoke cocktails and carefully curated champagne, wines and beers to create the most dreamy of journey’s into married life.”
Most importantly for me, it had an awesome roof terrace where Anna gave her speech, as the guests relaxed and mingled in the afternoon sun. Also the best part as a wedding photographer, is the light. The MOwbray has the most beautiful light. The guests were dressed impeccably and the tables rustic table dressing was an absolute dream to photograph. Sigh!