Images were captured by Maryanne Scott Photography.
Maryanne Scott specialises in natural & romantic wedding & portrait photography in unique & unusual venues in Yorkshire & Derbyshire.
Maryanne says of the couple and their day…
“Natalie and Harry were married at Lazy Daisys Farm in Sheffield. It was the first time I had visited this venue, and I wasn’t disappointed.”
“Its in a beautiful spot just above Sheffield (quite near Langsett Reservoir) and surrounded by lovely Yorkshire countryside.”
“There were plenty of places for great photos and the marquee was in a lovely place set just next to the farm.”
“There was so much to love about this wedding…”
“Their table plan was the most unique table plan I’ve ever come across – they actually used a piece of furniture… a gorgeous old dresser covered in herbs & tea cups.”
“The flowers were all so beautiful. Cath at Sweet-pea & Thyme did an amazing job and the tea cup theme was carried out beautifully by the team from Teatime Vintage.”
“Natalie & Harry were lovely to photograph – and willingly braved a walk around the farmyard to get some amazing images, and the group shots of the “Hen’s” and “stags” were a lot of fun to do too.”
“The farm itself was just perfect too for a relaxed country style wedding which this really was.”
I hand over to gorgeous Bride Natalie…
How did you meet?
“We met on a Christmas night out in Sheffield.”
Tell us about the Engagement?
“We got engaged at Chatsworth House having a lovely picnic.”
What was the theme /colour palette of your Big Day?
“Our theme was pretty vintage with pastel colours in the decoration.”
What was the best bit of your day?
“We enjoyed every single moment of our day. The band we had were superb and we danced all night long! ”
What advice would you give to other couples getting married?
“Try to relax and make plenty of time to plan! All with come together on the big day!”
Thank you so much to Maryanne for sharing this gorgeous Teacup theme Wedding.
The table plan has to be one of the most extraordinary I have ever seen. The dresser is beautiful in its own right but add teacups, some lovely foliage and and table names and it comes to life.
Love too the amazing quilt idea for the guest book, another very personal way to keep the memory of a wonderful day.
The colourful ribbon bunting around the marquee and on the backs of chairs solidifys the vintage look alongside the soft pink palette than runs through the styling of this amazing celebration.
Photographer – Maryanne Scott Photography
Catering – Teatime Vintage
Dress – Ronald Joyce (Robyn)
Bridesmaid Gowns – Debenhams
Shoes – Dune London
Suit Hire – Debenhams
Cake Maker – Joanna Rose Cakes
Florist – Sweet Pea & Thyme
Rings – Beaverbrooks
Stationery – Homemade.
Make up – Glam by Elizabeth Daisy
Hair – Hair by Hannah
To Contact Maryanne Scott Photography
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Phone – 07894150072