Low House Armathwaite wedding, Lake District

Lake District wedding photography – An outdoor garden tipi wedding at Low House in Armathwaite – Sam & Sara

Lake District wedding photographer – Low House Armathwaite

‘Since getting your email yesterday we must have been through the gallery 5 times! Each time there’s something else we notice that you’ve captured beautifully. Your work really is something else! We’re delighted with it, each & every one of them is perfect. You really did catch the atmosphere of the day, exactly the way we wanted it. MASSIVE thank you for being a part of it & for giving us the most special gift of the memories. We look forward to going through all the pictures (again & again). We’re forever grateful. Lots of love & hugs, Sam & Sara (the very happy couple!) xxx’

Sam & Sara’s Lake District wedding at Low House in Armathwaite can hands-down win the hottest wedding I have ever photographed! Literally – it was a sweltering 32 degrees without any wind. Phew! It is also high up there with one of the most fun & relaxed weddings I’ve been photographer for. Their chosen venue of Low House in Armathwaite is a stone’s throw outside of the Lake District, where the couple opted for an outdoor garden wedding followed by a reception in a tipi, courtesy of Special Event Tipis. Sara wore a gorgeous 2-piece crop-top and skirt with a thigh-high slit by Rime Arodaky, one of my favourite designers, & accessories with studded Valentino shoes which she took off during the couple shoot to walk barefoot on the grass. Roseberry Floral design put together some GORGEOUS arrangements & all the bouquets were streamed with colourful ribbons.

An outdoor garden tipi wedding with Mariachi cover band

Other elements Sam & Sara added to their wedding day celebrations included a tandem bike welcome sign, fun lawn games for their guests, a prosecco gin bar thanks to Tipsy Filly & a home-brew help-yourself beer bar. Capturing this Low House Armathwaite wedding photography for such a lovely, relaxed couple was a real joy. Sam’s brother’s Mariachi cover band played for the evening dancing, with an AMAZING rendition of Erasure’s ‘Give A Little Respect’ – well worth getting my feet stamped to capture some photographs in the dancing frenzy! Thank you to Low House for being such a gorgeous venue & thank you to Tipsy Filly for plying me with a few gins!

Sam & Sara, thank you so much for having me as your Lake District wedding photographer. You’ve been a joy & I wish you much love & laughter for all the years to come! Natalie xx

If you are planning your Lake District wedding at Low House in Armathwaite, or anywhere else in the world then I would love to be your photographer & capture the story of your wedding day for you… Please get in touch here. Nx

mobile bar - 25th January 2018 - 10:28 am

Fantastic photography. I love this.

Elsie Dippenaar - 1st December 2017 - 10:22 am

Stunning stunning stunning!! Xxx

Marek Troszczynski - 27th November 2017 - 2:32 pm

Beautiful work!

Natalie Pluck - 24th November 2017 - 1:18 pm

These are so gorgeous Natalie!! I love the colours, such happy photographs <3

Marianne Chua - 23rd November 2017 - 11:03 am

Fantastic work Natalie!

Albert Palmer - 22nd November 2017 - 4:12 pm

Beautiful work Natalie, so many great moments and lots of details – lovely!

Veronika - 22nd November 2017 - 9:26 am

Such a great wedding. You really captured every single moment beautifully. Jus wow!

Octavian Negoescu - 21st November 2017 - 9:56 am

Awesome wedding, love every single picture! <3

Thomas Blake - 16th November 2017 - 5:41 pm

Awesome outdoor ceremony, looks everyone had a blast.

Lucy Turnbull - 16th November 2017 - 1:31 pm

Holy smokes – these are just lovely <3

richard skins - 16th November 2017 - 9:56 am

Loving these Natalie! looks like the couple had a lot of fun throughout the day 🙂

Sue Ann Simon - 15th November 2017 - 10:14 am

Oh my goodness Natalie! These photographs are absolutely beautiful! Sam and Sara had one heck of a magical day!!

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