June 2, 2013 Simon

Harrogate Wedding Photographers, Sarah & David’s Sun Pavilion Wedding

“Wow! The images are stunning, thank you so much….. brought back so many memories, 3 weeks feels a long time ago.  So glad we chose the Sun Pavilion….  with your advice if I remember rightly!” Sarah & David

Thanks for the kind words. OK, I helped with the suggestion of this particular venue and combined with the glorious May weather, it paid off didn’t it?!
Absolutely lovely from start to finish and a real pleasure to have been a part of. Simon

Who: Sarah & David
When: 25th May
Where: St Mary’s Burley in Wharfedale and the Sun Pavilion, Harrogate
Weather: At last, glorious sunshine.
She wore: Maggie Sottero from Harrogate Wedding Lounge
He wore: Black morning suit
Flowers: family friends Lisa & Julie
Car: Maserati Granturismo
Cake: Patisserie Viennoise, Otley
Catering: Kudos Catering
Honeymoon: A driving tour in the Scottish highlands

I have known the groom David for over 10 years. It could be closer to 15. I have to confess to having bought and sold more than 10 cars with David over that time. My wife calls it a sickness. She’s probably right. She usually is.
I also photographed friends of Sarah & David’s, Alex & Hugo’s wedding at Rudding Park a few years back, so when it came to Sarah & David tying the knot, I was in pole position.
It’s not our first visit to the Sun Pavilion as being a long established (13+ years) Harrogate wedding photographers, we have covered a number of weddings at this superb little venue.
There are not many places that have the character of Harrogate’s Sun Pavilion.
It’s quite a simple place really and all the better for it, – an art deco circular structure with a covered terrace surrounding on 3 sides and overlooking the beautifully landscaped Victorian gardens, the Valley Gardens.

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