I met Liz and Wasim while photographing Amy & Dane’s Nostell Priory Wedding, being a Bridesmaid and groomsmen. So when they got in touch to ask me to capture their Filey wedding at the Downcliffe house I was already up for it.
Filey is a place that meant a lot to Liz and Wasim, so being able to get married on the front, across from the beach was a great choice. They both stayed at the Downcliffe house the night before, so it might I was able to visit Liz and Wasim while they made the morning preparations. When I first arrived it was grey and windy, but by the time the ceremony came around, we have a beautiful warm day.
Being across from the beach we were able to use the Filey promenade for the group photos they wanted. It’s not often people are able to visit the spot of the proposal on the wedding day, but this was one of those lucky times. So just after the wedding breakfast, we drove over to Filey Brigg to shoot some wide and epic coastal portraits. On our return parking next to the colour beach huts, we had to quickly make the most of that as well. Being a really relaxed day some of the guests heading onto the beach, while others took it easy outside with a beer or two. Once the evening guests had started to arrive it was time for the first dance and party times. Featuring plenty of great moves, and neon sunglasses. As dusk approached we all headed outside to watch a firework display set against the lovely orange skies.