Early start today travelling up to Beadnell - a village and civil parish situated roughly 4 miles from Bamburgh on the beautiful North Sea coast.
Zoë and Dan's big day kicked off with the guests and Dan (the main man and local fisherman) arriving at the Salt Water Cafe, right opposite the lovely Anglican church of St. Ebba where the couple were to be wed. It's not often we aren't permitted to capture the actual ceremony in any shape or form, but we arrived knowing this may be a possibility (and it was) so we just observed from the rear of the church and watched the proceedings unfold.
Following the ceremony it was back to business and flip flops at the ready for the short trip down to the harbour for some shots of the bridal party around the famous lime kilns. We then took the couple on to the beautiful sandy two miles stretch of beach to capture some more intimate shots of the pair.
The Beadnell Women's Institute hall was transformed and lent itself fantastically to the couples vintage themed venue, where the celebrations continued well into the small hours.