The vicar ushers Jessica and her father into the church.
Jess and Ash had to rearrange their 2020 wedding so many times. But in the end, they had their day! It was such a wonderfully intimate day, yet in the grandest of surroundings, within Hull Minster (a beautiful and historic building). This elopement story shows just an hour spent with this lovely couple, but even in that time, there were so many wonderful moments to capture. All the images you see are unposed, taken with a photojournalistic approach.
Ash's best man, his granddad, inspects the rings.
The groom, Ash, arrives at the church and the vicar shows him where to get his candles set up.
Hull Minster Wedding Photo from East Yorkshire showing the bride arriving to the church in vintage car
Jessica, the bride, arrives at Hull Minster by vintage car - two women sit in face masks in the foreground.
Hull Minster Church Wedding image from East Yorkshire, UK of grandad and family waiting for the bride
Ash, his grandad, and his family wait for Jess to enter.
Jess and her dad enter, framed in this image by Ash and his granddad.
Jess' bridesmaid passes her the bouquet at the end of the ceremony.
Wedding guests cover the happy couple in confetti.
The wedding party waits outside the church and order taxis for guests (scaffolding can be glimpsed as the minster is being restored). As Jess and Ash walked away after being married, they passed a social distancing sign - a 2020 wedding means no big party, but it doesn't mean weddings are any less in terms of meaning.