Midweek bookings are always exciting for me as it generally means I have more than one wedding to photograph in that week. Melanie and Jonathan are a fun loving, easy going couple, and it was a real joy to be present on there wedding day.
Even though the sun shone for the 10 days build up to the wedding, on the day itself the heavens opened and brought a little rain along with its majestic blessing.
Find below some of my favourite images from the 3 hours I spent with this amazing couple :-)
Kings Croft Hotel
The King’s Croft Hotel is a beautiful Grade 2 listed building set in 8 acres of landscaped grounds. With extensive lawns at the front of the Hotel, surrounded by mature trees and relaxing views of the rolling countryside, the King’s Croft can provide the perfect venue for any function.
The King’s Croft has the convenience of being less than a mile from the M62 / A1 and the town centre of Pontefract and is the ideal location for luxury accommodation in the Leeds, Wakefield, Barnsley, Doncaster and all the towns and villages surrounding Pontefract.
There are 5 rooms licensed for civil wedding ceremonies and the hotel can accommodate wedding parties of any size from 10 to 450. We have newly refurbished bridal suites and the Hotel also has a renowned restaurant offering both classic English and authentic Italian cuisine.
We can provide a full package of entertainment including live bands, discos or comedy. The hotel has developed a reputation for providing top quality entertainment for Dinner Dances, Ladies Luncheons, Christmas Functions, Hog Roasts and Sportsmen’s Dinners. A full range of state of the art audio visual equipment is also available.
The King’s Croft Hotel is personally managed by the owners Rosie and Shaun Ingram who are available, along with the Head Chef, to discuss your requirements and tailor event packages to suit your needs.
The King's Croft is situated within easy access of the M62. Exit the M62 at Junction 32 and take the A639 towards Pontefract. Stay on this road for approximately 1 mile until you reach a set of major traffic lights and take the A645 towards Wakefield. The King’s Croft is situated 0.5 miles on your right.