Papakata Wedding Photography / Catherine & Tom’s Wedding / East Yorkshire Wedding Photographer

My first of 4 weddings on the Jubilee weekend, and such a fun wedding to kick off the photography marathon! Catherine and Tom had their wedding reception on Catherine’s parents farm land in one of the amazing teepee’s by PapaKata. These tents are absolutely fab and I had been looking forward to photographing this wedding ever since they booked me last year! The farm was a short drive away from the nearby village of Patrington in East Yorkshire, where their ceremony was held at the village church. With the area being so flat, you could see the impressive church spire for miles and miles, so much so that I didn’t need to rely on my sat-nav to find it! I headed to the farmhouse in the morning to catch up with the girls and took the opportunity to get some detail shots of inside the teepee’s. Catherine and Tom had booked a VW camper van as a surprise for her bridesmaids, as well as for taking the whole wedding party back to the farm after the church, this really fitted well with the whole style of the day. A big highlight of the wedding was the East vs West tug of war in the evening! With Tom being from Leeds in West Yorkshire and Catherine heading up the East Yorkshire side, this was one of the funniest moments I’ve seen at a wedding!  

  • September 4, 2012 - 11:30 am

    Martins Kikulis - Great stuff Chris!ReplyCancel

  • September 4, 2012 - 3:11 pm

    Tom Bramwell - LOADS of great photos mate! Love it! :D ReplyCancel

  • September 4, 2012 - 10:22 pm

    Jon S6 - ahh Papakata…..and what a great cake! (well not a cake, but a cake..)ReplyCancel

  • September 6, 2012 - 7:32 am

    Claire - Glorious… I was smiling for the whole blog post as I scrolled through Catherine and Tom’s photos. Beautiful, charming and original. Loved it. The little boy in his Jim’ll fix it gear is ace, and that last photograph is lovely. You just can’t beat a PapaKata wedding can you!ReplyCancel

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