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  • Fiona Bielby (Anoif Photography)

A Pretty, Pastel Wedding, at The Old Lodge Malton - Zoe and Jim

These two planned their day in less than 6 months, with Jim proposing to Zoe around Christmas time 2018. They are young, happy, blissfully in love and could see no reason to wait, so when they were able to book their chosen venue for a midweek celebration they were stoked!

Confetti, madness.

Zoe and Jim styled their day using complimenting pastel colours, choosing to wrap the chairs on each table with either peach, lilac, pastel pink and pale yellow sashes. They even integrated the colours of the candles and roses decorating the candle arbours in the same shades too. The room was tastefully filled with delicate colours, perfect for the time of year.

After getting ready at The Old Lodge with her twin sister, two friends and mother, Zoe was ready for her brother Cameron to walk her down the aisle to meet her sole mate in the gardens of the stunning venue. The looks exchanged throughout the intimate ceremony didn’t lie, and the guests that witnessing them were precious and thoughtfully chosen. Their day was just as they had planned, small, low key but beautiful, with their gathering of friends and a relatives chatting and sipping bucks fizz in the gardens, in the sun and then enjoying a beautiful meal.

The Dress

Happy faces
Close friends and twin sister Beth in the middle.

Kate doing the make up.
The shoes.

The details

The engagement ring

Proud friends

Mum watching on.

Finally touches

Beth looking fantastic.

Setting mist.

Dress perfection

Almost ready


Already to go.

Waiting for the brides.

Groom and his Bestman
Minutes before the arrival.

The guests

Mother and father of the groom.

Mother of the bride.

All set to marry his wife

Frilly socks

The brides side.

Maid of honour

Walking down the aisle
Footsteps away...
The vows.

Beth watching her sister say I do.

Happiness on their faces

Touch a powerful sense.

He love in that look.

Signing the registers

The brides favourite moment

Zoe’s highlight of the day: When her and Jim both walked back down the aisle as man and wife.

All the official parts are done now.

The part the groom enjoyed, chatted and drinking bucks fizz.

Entertaining themselves

Relative getting to know one another.

The mad bunch of fun.

The brides nearest and dearest.

Siblings and her bothers girlfriend.

Fun on the swing

The bride and her niece.
Sun flare!

Jim’s favourite part: When everyone was drinking and talking outside in the sun, before the meal.


Relaxing in the sun.

Guests chatting and enjoying each others company.

The mother of the bride and her brother.

When I spoke to Zoe before the wedding I know she’d told me she wasn’t looking forwards to being the centre, so it was surprise to me to find that her favourite moment had been whilst walking down the aisle whilst all eyes were firmly fixed on her and Jim.

Veils are a lot of fun
Mr and Mrs

The way he looks at her.

Veil art

A stroll across the lawn.

Advice to other couples: Make sure your day is exactly how you want it, not how other people might like it to be.

The rings-from H.Samuel

Portraits of the Bride and Groom

The Old Lodge, in Malton

Hair: Fran Grayson

Make up Artist: Kate Rodgers Flowers: Horsleys Flowers, Malton

Rings: H. Samuels

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