A rather special Peak District Wedding.
Rebecca and Jamie held their Peak District wedding earlier this year at the delightful Taxal Church in the High Peak, near Whaley Bridge.
It’s a beautiful gem of a church approached along a tiny rural lane. The reception was held at the wonderful Losehill House, approached along a tiny rural lane. Coming from farming families they perhaps have a thing about tiny rural lanes!
And what a gorgeous wedding it was. I always believe that the success of a wedding revolves more than anything around the people involved. In that respect Rebecca and Jamie’s wedding was always going to be a success from the start. As a result, along with the perfect weather and the inspired choice of church and venue, it was an absolute joy and privilege to be their wedding photographer.
The day started off at Rebecca’s family home. It’s a wonderful house deep in the countryside, close to the border between Derbyshire and Cheshire. The vintage Rolls Royce took Rebecca and her father to nearby Taxal Church. The ceremony was really special with a warmth and love seen with the very nicest of weddings.
On the way from Taxal Church to Losehill House there are some fabulous views of the Hope Valley, looking down over Castleton. Not surprisingly we just had to stop off to take some quick photographs to take in the landscape.
So, onto Losehill to continue the celebrations, lots of fun and laughter, some cracking speeches and a particularly good live band.
The beautiful vintage Rolls Royce was provided by John from Avril’s Cars. John has some stunning cars and he provides an excellent service, so he’s always highly recommended.