Wedding photography at the Crimble, Rochdale.
David and Nikki tied the knot.
Before becoming a wedding venue / restaurant The Crimble was originally a 17th century farmhouse and by 1814 had been rebuilt. Between this time and 1863 a dining block was added before a barn and stables were added. The Crimble cottage was again renovated in 1936 to the style of the 1930’s and remained unchanged, structurally, until 1986 when a conservatory and a restaurant were added.
Photography was to start at Nikki’s mum’s house to capture the moments and details of the bride and her party getting ready before an old GUY Motors bus arrived to take them to The Crimble.
David, the groom was now at the venue where I met him and his men to capture a few moments whilst they were anxiously waiting for the bride to arrive. A laughter filled ceremony followed. The new Mr and Mrs Ridgeway enjoyed some time with their guests before some official group photographs were taken before we sneaked off for the portraits away from the guests. There was time to capture a few more candid moments of guests before the breakfast was served. After the meal the speeches commenced with David being presented with a present; a ball and chain. After the speeches more documentary photography was taken and we sneaked off again for a few more bridal portraits around the Crimble cottage. By now the band had set up and where ready to start playing some great rock tracks before the first dance was commenced.
A great wedding day at The Crimble, Rochdale.
Congratulations David and Nikki.