WInter Seaside Wedding

Sarah & Andy

9th November 2018

Sandsend, Whitby, North Yorkshire.

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Sandsend is a very special place for these two lovelies.

They enjoy visiting the beautiful North East coast often and in all seasons.

It was on Sandsend beach where Andy set up a picnic blanket and some champers on ice and asked Sarah to marry him. I should know I was hanging round in the background!


After my first meeting with Sarah it was clear we were going to really enjoy working together on creating exactly what she had in mind for her most magical day. We were not just sharing the same love of flowers but also we had so much more in common.

Sarah wanted a Bohemian style wedding, incorporating her favourite, eucalyptus and lots of other foliage and greenery with some touches of antique and dusky pinks. Andy was also very involved with every aspect of the planning, a truly attentive and romantic gentleman.


Sarah couldn't help noticing my sea glass bling by my very lovely friend Geri, smugglers treasures jewellery and had commissioned some of her own wedding jewellery. if you love rare and seaside inspired pieces then you must check out her website or insta @smugglerstreasuresjewellery

Sarah enjoyed having her wedding make up done by my dear friend Michelle McHugh MUA.

Michelle creates the most natural delicate looks and specialises in using only cruelty free makeup. Find her workshop nestled in the centre of Whitby in the old workshops, on the cobbles of Church Street.


The ceremony was held in St Oswald’s church, Lythe. positioned on top of a hill you can see for miles along the coastline to Whitby and beyond, it really is a magnificent view.

After the church ceremony they headed to the beach for an old folkloric handfasting ceremony with family and friends and Buster the dog

Buster the dog.

Buster the dog.


The reception was held at Bridge Cottage Bistro an intimate, quirky beachside venue, serving the very best fresh, local, seasonal food, cooked by the fabulous Alex Perkins.

I will leave you to enjoy the fabulous photography by Jack Cook Photography.