What a Wedding! Danielle and Matt were married at the Church of Saint Mary and All Saints in Chesterfield. Red roses, red dresses, red ties and red button holes; a lovely theme for this elegant wedding. I started the day with the bride and groom in their respective homes and wow what a way to start. The houses were buzzing with excitement. Look closely at the groom's tie and you will see a fantastic new way of creating the knot at the top of the shirt.
The little details are what count at a wedding and wow they are here in abundance. The ties, the car, the signs, the roses, the church, the music, the cake, the dancing, the singer, the Twelve Days of Christmas, the love, the fun, the priest, the order of ceremony, the kiss, the throwing of the bouquet and the list goes on. It was an action packed wedding and again I was there as the fly on the wall capturing the moments.
I love history and Hassop Hall is steeped in it; and don't forget that Crooked Spire, there is a history lesson or two as well! The history records go back 900 years for Hassop Hall with its name Hetesope appearing in the Book of Winchester or alternatively known as The Domesday Book. The building and surrounding area lend itself amazingly well to some fantastic photographic locations and we took advantage of that in the photos that follow.