Joe Stenson.

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Chloe & Tim // A DIY Village hall wedding in North Yorkshire. 6th May 16
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Tim & Chloe had taken on the challenge of creating a 100% DIY wedding in Tim’s home village of East Harlsey, near Northallerton in North Yorkshire. The quaint 1920’s village hall was the venue and the couple had painstakingly produced yards and yards of bunting, table runners, decorations and Tim had even fashioned their own light up “Love” sign from foraged timber.

 

The styling was countrified, Tim, a keen hunter had shotgun cartridges incorporated into the chaps’ corsages and their Hungarian Vizsla, Jude, featured as a motif through out the stationary.

 

All of this awesome effort was set against the backdrop of a beautiful sunny day in the North Yorkshire countryside and the effect was simply stunning.

 

Chloe’s had stayed at Mount Grace Priory and was busily preparing for the day whilst Tim and his groomsmen were building gazebos and moving hay bales around back in East Harlsey.

 

After this last minute flurry of activity, the wedding got underway at the picturesque St. Oswald’s Church. Tim, Chloe and their guests then ambled back to the village hall where Pimm’s and Prosecco were awaiting them.

 

I truly love weddings where couples have spent so much time and effort getting things just right. The personal context of the village location and the countrified stylings of Tim & Chloe’s day was marvellous!

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