Korin and Lewis had an amazing rustic wedding at Knipe Hall, a 17th-century grade-II listed farmhouse, in the Lowther Valley, Cumbria. These guys, however being the rock kids that they are, bought along their leather jackets for some photographs out in the valley & Lewis even got a guitar from his band as a wedding gift during the best man speech! They met at a gig where Lewis was playing at and not long after that they met again and became great friends right from the start. On the 28th of October 2013, Lewis asked Korin out, obviously, she said yes. Korin also said yes when Lewis proposed to her on the 28th of January 2017. It made sense to keep the 28th theme running and so on the 28th of September 2019 this awesome Knipe Hall wedding happened. They wanted a rustic barn wedding like, Knipe Hall. So that all family and friends can stay over and enjoy the time together in a simple and gorgeous wedding day where the centre of the day is all about family and fun. We ventured out a few times throughout the day for some portraits, on the first outing we noticed a cool bridge over the river and ont he second outing we decided to venture out through boggy grass all the way towards the bridge. It was totally worth it and I just adore couples like these two who are up for adventures! We also spent a few moments at the end of the night to capture a rather awesome portrait in the pitch black of night. Anyway, that’s enough from me, have a look at the below slideshow and images from this epic day. If you would fancy a Knipe Hall Wedding and would like me to photograph your big day, please feel free to contact me!
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