Here’s another engagement shoot but this time back in our hometown of Hull with the lovely Unity and Chris. It was great catching up with these two who are getting married at Dunedin Country House later this year.
We started off by getting coffee and cake at Thieving Harry’s down Humber Street in Hull – the cake was very good and Unity didn’t drop any of hers on the floor…
We got to hear about how these guys first met which was the cutest story ever. When we were arranging our meet up for the shoot, we had mentioned first date locations are a nice idea for locations but unfortunately Hull fair wasn’t really an option in the middle of Spring.
We decided to have a wander around the Marina area of Hull’s Old Town near The Deep looking at all the new changes that are happening in the city at the moment. Chris and Alex were putting the world to rights and had managed to redesign the whole area.
Because we’re all about documentary wedding photography we decided that re-enacting a scene from the Titanic movie was fairly casual and typical of a day out at the marina (please tell me you can sense the sarcasm in that sentence) it was hella cute though and we’ve opted not to embarrass them with the actual photo online 😉
Best not to ask too much about the next picture, which is basically the pair of them wiggling their bums in the reflection, those in the know will understand “get your bum out” haha
As we were talking about how much things were changing in the fruit market area, Chris was able to show us a little about his family history and showed us who it was in his family that owned the building in the picture above which is set for redevelopment in the next few months.
We know we say this about almost every wedding but we’re so excited to see these guys get married. We’ve gotten to know them quite well recently and we are so glad we have – it’s great meeting lovely people, it’s the best part of our job 🙂