Becca looked incredible in that amazing gown so it’s no wonder her lovely Dad got all emotional as he saw her for the first time at Quebecs Hotel where the girls were getting ready.
Make up and hair was provided by the lovely Becki Stirk and all the girls looked elegant in their dark blue off the shoulder bridesmaids gowns.
A hop, skip and a jump over the road, and it was time for the ceremony. James looked nervous to say the least, but once we were in full swing, he relaxed into it and soon enough, rings were exchanged and a kiss sealed the deal. Time for THE PARTY!
Let’s just say Becca and James have the most amazing friends and family who not only know how to drink, but also how to dance. Becca’s dad is THE DUDE on the dancefloor. Big shout out to Becca’s cousins from down south, who brought their drinking and dancing shoes with them, and also high fives to the Bush Boys for being my lighting bitches and generally making me laugh.
So here’s some of my favourite shots from Becca and James’ shindig at Aspire.
Leeds documentary wedding photographer, Yorkshire photography by Shelly Mantovani at Toast of Leeds. If you’re having a city wedding in the future at Aspire or elsewhere in Leeds, get in touch by visiting my photography website at www.toastofleeds.co.uk or you can find me on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest. I photograph weddings across the UK in tipis, barns, country houses , iconic hotels, Industrial warehouses, town halls and cool city boozers . For more information and to check availability, contact me now.