Merchant Taylors’ Hall Wedding – Bob and Debbie
How can I describe Bob and Debbie’s Wedding Day? Elegant, classy and blithesome. The groom’s interest in history working for The English Heritage Trust had obviously had an effect on when it came to choosing the venue. The wedding was held in the Merchant Taylors’ Hall which is nestled against the city walls of York and steeped in Yorkshire history. The Hall, built in the 15th century, has stood for decades as a testament to York’s medieval past and is a magnificent space in which to say “I do”. I watched on as the guests were wowed by their surroundings.
With no prep to photograph I met the bride and groom at the venue. The day started beautifully as a very welcome change in the weather brought clear blue sunny skies. This lit up the venue wonderfully and put all the guests in great spirits. Bob and Debbie broke tradition and arrived together, chauffeured in a classy white Jag’. The transgressing tradition continued as they both walked down the aisle side-by-side and were played in superbly by a harp.
The sun proceeded to shine and burst through the magnificent stained glassed windows creating a great contrast against the dark wood panelling. Nostalgic speeches of moments past followed before the frivolities of the night’s disco.
All the epic-ness of their day has been captured and ready for your perusal below.
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