Lindsay and Ashley booked me to be their photographer for their Micro Wedding to be held at Cockermouth Town Hall in late October. There were still coronavirus restrictions in place on weddings and wedding receptions but it was certainly a case of quality and not quantity that Autumn afternoon.
I met Lindsay and Ashley, their son Harvey, and their wedding guests outside Cockermouth Town Hall before the ceremony started. Allowing me time for some pre-ceremony candid photography of the wedding party. It was then into the Cockermouth Town Hall to photograph Lindsay and Ashley’s wedding ceremony.
Once inside Cockermouth Town Hall, Lindsay and Ashley met with the registrars as their wedding guests waited for the ceremony to begin.
The pandemic restrictions that were in place for wedding ceremonies and the mandatory wearing of facemasks have made it difficult to photograph the natural reactions of people during a wedding. Cockermouth Town Hall is such a beautiful building, inside and out, that it goes some way to making up for that. When you add in the personalities of everyone present it made for a beautiful wedding ceremony and it was a pleasure to be Lindsay and Ashley’s wedding photographer during their wedding ceremony.
After Lindsay and Ashley’s Cockermouth Town Hall wedding we spent some time nearby for group photographs and some portraits of the newly married couple. All Saints Church is only a short walk from Cockermouth Town Hall and we made use of both locations for Lindsay and Ashley’s wedding photographs.
Lindsay and Ashley had had a beautiful wedding cake made by Nicola from A Fondant Memory, topped with fresh flowers and with some beautiful engraving on the wooden cake stand.
I had so much fun being Lindsay and Ashley’s wedding photographer for their micro wedding at Cockermouth Town Hall. We had lots of laughs were able to create some great photographs and happy memories, and I wish them all the best for their future together.