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Wedding Photography - Michelle & Richard

Michelle & Richard’s wedding promised to be a spectacular event - it didn’t disappoint.  Partners in Boutipi a family owned Tipi hire company they strive to create an out of the ordinary magical day for their customers and there’s no better way to showcase this than with one of their own weddings.

Richard is a native New Zealander and with this in mind they created a fabulous fusion event.  Sheep tags as place settings, a New Zealand sweet cart and the map of New Zealand as a table plan.

Most of the guests managed to dodge the down pour but on the whole the weather held out, not that it mattered since Boutipi supplied their own umbrellas ..  A special mention should go to Daisy Chain of Leeds who styled the wedding from the bouquets and buttonholes to everything you see inside the Tipis.  It was magical.

Congratulations to you both!

My grateful thanks to Dave White for your help on the day, as always it was much appreciated and you are a pleasure to work with.

Michelle wore a dramatic dress by Ian Stuart Bride

Hair by Blush

Make-up by Michelle with tuition from Victoria Farr MUA

Photobooth by Picabo

Caricaturist John Roberts at Mad-Badger

Cake by The Cake Room

Music by The Goosehorns

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About Ally Byrom

Hello, I am Ally Byrom - a qualified, published and award winning wedding and commercial photographer based in East Yorkshire. East Yorkshire is just my base, I document weddings all over the UK and the Channel Islands.

3 Responses to “Wedding Photography - Michelle & Richard”

  1. Victoria Farr August 17, 2014 6:06 pm #

    Simply stunning images! Amazing family! Thank you for the mention too x

  2. Joanne Gower August 20, 2014 7:55 am #

    Lovely set Ally!

  3. Michelle Booty August 20, 2014 10:17 am #

    Thank you Ally for such amazing photos. We had an absolutely brilliant day and you got so many pictures that I didn’t realise you had, you were somehow everywhere without being seen. The day goes so quick it’s nice to see the story of our pictures and what actually happened (what I missed!).