Spring Wedding in Saddleworth
Luke and Rhea had their Spring wedding at The White Hart in Lydgate, Saddleworth. It’s a venue I know well as I only live a mile away from The White Hart. I love shooting weddings at The White Hart Lydgate (like Katy and Jon’s wedding), the venue is famous for it’s outstanding food and beautiful location in the Saddleworth Hills.
Personal Wedding Planning
Rhea and Luke got engaged at Alderley Edge back in 2015 and they wanted to make sure their wedding was as personal as possible. They made sure that their family and friends helped in any way they could. Luke’s auntie made the bridesmaid dresses as his mum Angela made the wedding cake. All the musical entertainment was provided by friends and family and Luke and Rhea even flew in Father Eamon Graham from Ireland to marry them in Luke’s parents church in Didsbury.
Creative Couple Photos
Photography was a really important decision for Rhea and Luke as both have a keen interest in photography themselves. Rhea and Luke were keen to avoid the standard wedding photography and wanted natural images throughout their day with a handful of creative couple photos. In Rhea and Luke’s own words, “We appreciate the level of skill and difficulty it takes to create sensational wedding photos.” They are my ideal clients and left me to get on with shooting their day as I saw it. Helpfully, even through it was a Spring wedding at The White Hart Lydgate, we had a beautiful sunny day as we headed into nearby Grasscroft for Rhea and Luke’s couple photos.
The White Hart at Lydgate
Having fallen in love with The White Hart at Lydgate after visiting for a wedding fair there Luke and Rhea booked the venue for their wedding, with the amazing food and stunning views sealing their decision. The White Hart did not disappoint as the staff ran the day beautifully. It’s always a pleasure to work at a wedding venue that is well organised. The White Hart were brilliant and Luke and Rhea loved every minute of their spring wedding at The White Hart Lydgate.
I’ll leave the final words of advice to Rhea and Luke “Just enjoy the whole planning and wedding process and don’t get caught up on the little things. Remember, most of all it’s about the two of you, Oh and book James Tracey!!”