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Moorlands Inn Wedding Photography: Jess and Jake

What they say: We can't thank Ed enough for the amazing job he did when he captured our wedding. He was professional and friendly and really made the day so magical, from capturing pictures I didn't even think to ask for to telling us where we needed to be so that we could enjoy our day as much as possible.

It wouldn't have been half as good without him and I can't recommend him enough! The photos are gorgeous and I'm so excited to be able to look back on them for the rest of my life!

Venue | Moorlands Inn, Halifax

Dress | Elite Bridal

Hair | Kirsty Ford

Make Up | Sarah Isaacs

Suits | Owen Scott

Jewellery | Silver Moon St Ives

Florist | Paper Bouquets

Jess and Jake's Moorlands Inn wedding was such a happy and fun day from start to finish. Their ceremony and wedding reception both took place at The Moorlands Inn, a Halifax wedding venue surrounded by beautiful countryside. Everybody was smiling from ear to ear all day, and come the evening Jess and Jake's guests couldn't wait to dance the night away!

Being a wedding photographer in Yorkshire was fantastic - there were so many stunning backdrops to choose from for wedding photographs!

On the wedding morning, Jess and her bridesmaids got ready at home, and Jake got ready at his best man's house with the other groomsmen. After the morning preparations, the Moorlands Inn was only a few minutes drive down the road for both Jess and Jake.

Jake's favourite moment of the day was everyone arriving and him being there to greet them, while Jess' favourite part was listening to all the speeches. She especially enjoyed the best man's speech, as did all the other guests - Jake maybe less-so(!).

Jess and Jake had a band during their ceremony. Jess says "I really loved that the live band played during our ceremony and learnt my entrance song, it made it so unique!"

The couple chose MacMillan pins as their favours; Jake says "the MacMillan pins were a really nice nod to people who couldn't be with us and meant something to a lot of people."

Their advice to future brides and grooms is to "not to get too hung up on the little details so you can enjoy the whole process - no one cares if your favours are the same colour as your flowers!". They say to "make sure you try to focus on all the people and positive moments of the day, it goes so quickly!"


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