This was the picturesque traditional British wedding.
After getting ready at home, Lottie emerged a princess, in a beautiful Stella York gown, adorned with pearls and a lacy white veil. Her bridesmaids wore crimson gowns to match the red rose bouquet, as well as the rose decorations in the ceremony itself.
She was driven to Christ Church, Lofthouse, where the ceremony took place, by Cupid Carriages in a vintage Badsworth. Her Dad, who was in the car with her, stayed by her side all the way up the aisle until he gave her away. Andrew remained facing forward until the final moments, and his first glimpse of Lottie was as she stepped beside him. The following ceremony, conducted by a vicar, was endearing and romantic, as the two made vows to one another and to their shared faith.
Afterwards, a wedding bus drove the whole congregation to Hatfield Hall, Normanton Golf Club. The red double-decker was a perfect addition to the event!
At the reception, the speeches were a highlight. Andrew's brother, Michael, produced a brilliant best man speech, finding a perfect balance between funny, embarrassing and emotional. The father of the bride even sang a song in honour of his daughter – a unique and sweet tribute shared with all the friends and family.
To finish off a wonderful day, the couple decided against a first dance and instead opted for a more inclusive Ceilidh. The musicians had people of all ages up and dancing, with smiles spread across all faces.
Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Kemp, enjoy looking through their day!
Second Photographer - Kayleigh Stone
Florist - Elizabeth Anne, Outwood
Dress - The Bridal Lounge, Highgate
Designer - Stella York
Hair/Makeup - Anna Stephenson, Sherburn
Car - Cupid Carriages
Bus - Keighley Bus Museum Trust
Cake - Keith Solder (family)