A Hallgarth Manor Wedding in Durham
Hiyaaaa! Today I am sharing with you guys the lovely Hallgarth Manor wedding of Becca and Dan. Me and Becca first met when I was the photographer for a styled photo shoot at Crook Hall in Durham, and she loved my work (Obvs).
Becca and Dan got married in Shincliffe Village and then moved on to Hallgarth Manor in Pittington, Durham. This was one of my first Hallgarth Manor Weddings!
The day was so fun and relaxed and everyone was having an amazing time, which always makes taking pictures loads easier! This is the first wedding where I’ve seen a bride literally finish getting ready upstairs, walk straight downstairs and out the front door to the church, all in one smooth motion. Skills.
I hope you love the pictures!
Daz Mack x
Hallgarth Manor Wedding
“We got married at Shincliffe church and then moved on to Hallgarth manor. On my way home from murton after collecting my little boy Theo, I drive home the backroads and always drove past Hallgarth and loved the feel from the outside. I then called in just after Christmas and it was still decorated with a gorgeous big tree etc and I just loved it. From the moment I walked through the door I knew it was the venue for me and Daniel.
I just love the colour navy so I decided on that colour for bridesmaids and suits/ flowers and ribbons, but other than that I just wanted a lot of entertainment singers/ photo booth/ 2 DJs just to aim for something for everyone.”
“I would just love to thank daz for how he managed to capture mine and Dans photos in the most relaxed and calm way. No body felt pressured or uncomfortable. And for us this was crucial!
I think our first dance was probably our favourite part of the day. We weren’t planning on having one until the day before. But to hear daniel say it was his favourite part had to make it my favourite bit too!”
Any advice for future couples?
Honestly just enjoy every second. Don’t worry the day before about little things because honestly most people don’t even notice.
I was at the garden centre buying 24 mini plants to put in teacups, I set the whole table and then we had to take them off because there wasn’t enough room for our afternoon tea stands haha! So no body even saw them! My poor gran was up to the eyeballs in soil planting then with me!
Music by Mark and Hattie! They were great.
two DJs one general and one house which is my favourite music.
My cake was made by the lovely cake lady
my flowers were supplied by Shincliffe Nursery.