You may remember Diane & Rod from their engagement photos at the Boxhill Mansion of Regents Glen. We met at the beautiful estate again in November for their wedding, where sunshine and autumn colors lit the sky. The couple featured the Irish tradition of the Celtic wedding knot and a peacock theme which was brought out in the colors of the brides maids dresses, bouquets, cake, hair pieces, etc. The mansion and gardens are exquisite– I highly recommend them to anyone planning a wedding in the York area.
^ Murals of the gardens are painted throughout the mansion, so even if the weather didn’t cooperate, Diane could still enjoy them inside. 🙂
Here is Diane & Rod’s “first look”. The first look helps with the flow of the day also allows the couple to share this time together and get the kind high quality, intimate images they want while still being able to enjoy cocktail hour with their guests. Most of my couples choose to do this. 😉
^ Rod is charming and always the gentleman, after seeing her he kissed her hand, so sweet.
^ Diane you are stunning! Time for the ceremony to begin…
The strings introduced the couple’s mothers who were carrying the Celtic Wedding Knot
^ Here are the peacock colored dresses an bouquets with feathers.
Love the fireplace, so cozy ^
The bride dances with her friends as the groom enters the room ^
^ White peacock themed cake with their favorite way to wash down a piece of cake, milk! Below, I probably don’t have to tell you, but this is Rod’s mom.
^ Diane was quite the social butterfly and chatted with her guests and said her farewells.
^ And they lived happily ever after. 🙂