Back in the hazy days of the summer, when we had that run of beautiful weather, I headed up to Sheffield to capture Nicolle & Michael’s wedding day and be their Foxhole Farm Wedding Photographer. Little did I know this day was going to be ‘one of those’ weddings….A mega party full of dancing, alcohol abuse and general craziness.
The day started at Foxhole farm for morning preparations. With Nicolle & team bride in one of the cottages and Michael & the Groom squad in another. It was a pretty chilled out morning for both parties and as far as I could see, it mostly went down without any issues.
The ceremony was held in the middle of Sheffield in The Mirror Room, Sheffield Town Hall. Once the ‘I do’s’ had been done, everyone enjoyed the first drink of the day in the Hall before moving outside for confetti. With the vintage bus running a little late and a travelling fun fair conveniently placed just outside the Town Hall, Michael & boys didn’t need much convincing from me to hit the Waltzers…LADS
The whole congregation then piled on to a bus and made their way out the city centre to The Foxhole Farm where the true party could begin.
As the afternoon drinks started to take affect, the obvious thing happened….Cardboard sledge rides down the hill. Now you would be forgiven in thinking this was just a few random guests doing it, oh no, Nicolle in her full wedding whites was sliding down the hill with the best of them. In fact, this went on for some time and how we never got an injury, I will never know.
Throughout the afternoon the drinks flowed, speeches occurred, A pizza dinner was eaten and many garden games were played. Before they knew it, the evening was upon them and the dance floor never let up from the first song until the last.
I can’t thank Nicolle & Michael enough for picking me to take their Foxhole Farm Wedding Photographs and for getting to be part of the party.
If you’re looking for a Sheffield wedding photographer or getting married at The Foxhole Farm, drop me a message and let’s chat about your wedding day.