Early last month, we were at the wonderful Kirby Castle for a beautiful wedding. Tara and Sean asked us to attend their big day to film and photograph so they’d have memories to look back on. This is our very first dual package for Hazel Skye and Forget Me Knot films, so we are incredibly excited to bring it to you!

With over 50 guests and a huge venue, we certainly had a lot of work to do. So off we went…

The Big Day

Everything began with the preparations of the bridal party filling up the executive suite at Castle Hotel. Tara got stuck in with helping her bridesmaids – her beautiful daughter included – to do their hair and makeup. They all looked beautiful in their matching floral robes. Then it was Tara’s turn to get made up.

Before the ceremony we managed to snap a few pictures as everybody waited for the beautiful bride. A nervous looking groom mingled with guests and his groomsmen before it was time to get to the end of the aisle!

After the ceremony, Tara and Sean only had one more thing to do to make it official – sign the certificate! We managed to get some awesome shots of them with their kids as they signed to officially become Mr & Mrs Cooke.

The party took a very short trip over the moat and we got some lovely photos of the newlyweds. Despite the rain, everyone seemed to have a lovely time and even got to explore the grounds when the weather dried up a little!

The Cookes

Here is the highlight video from Forget Me Knot

Congratulations from us all to Tara and Sean, they are a lovely couple, with a great family! We wish you all the happiness in the world.

Matt and the Hazel Skye team

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