Being based in Cumbria, its not uncommon to photograph the same venue several times in a year. However, I had never been to the village of Garrigill before, and what a treasure it is. Driving down into the village from up high you can see for miles, a tiny dot of a village soon becomes clear and once you enter it bursts into life. This perfect village lends itself to the good life, you could almost imagine Midsummer murders filming here. The George and Dragon was where I found the groom and the Pre-Party While Tina was with her family in a near by B&B across the road. The ceremony itself was just around the corner in the wonderful St John’s Church. The wedding breakfast and reception where in the village hall with a marquee just a hop over a wall from the church. It was wonderful to have this event encapsulate the entire village into a hub of activity and love.
Thats why I love doing Cumbria Wedding Photography
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What Tina & Mike had to say.
“What can we say? To anyone slightly nervous about finding and booking a photographer online, don’t be – if it’s Josh Wyborn! From the outset, he was approachable, professional and, above all, he listened to what we wanted from our big day rather than imposing his ideas onto us.
Our initial meeting was booked at our convenience and communication was great from there-on in (and his packages were very competitive too!).
The day itself went without a hitch and so many of our guests complimented us on how unobtrusive, yet friendly, our photographer was. We couldn’t be happier with the end product and the presentation box was an extra special surprise.
So, to Josh, we just want to say; thank you so much for being one less thing to worry about in the run-up to our big day and, above all, thank you so much for capturing the memories so perfectly!”
Tina and Mike, Garrigill, Alston Moor Wedding, Aug 15