Today, I introduce you to Rob and Luisa who were married in May this year, in the wonderful Peak District. Rob and Luisa met at university and started dating after working on a uni project together. Luisa, was born and raised in Essex and Rob is from Hathersage, Derbyshire. I think it’s great that they both decided to hold their wedding in Derbyshire.
The day we met Rob and Luisa at the Sir William Pub in Hathersage, we knew after chatting to them that we wanted to film their wedding. Luckily for us they booked us. Such a great couple to work with full of laughter and most of all, love. The wedding day was in just one word “perfect”.
Rob and Luisa were married at Eyam Parish Church. The sun shone and it was lovely and warm. The village of Eyam (nestled in the Peak District between Sheffield and Curbar) is notably famous for the bubonic plague (Black Death outbreak in Derbyshire which killed around 260 village people in the 17th Century). After the beautiful ceremony, the couple held their reception on a friend’s farm in Hathersage. Rather than have a traditional looking marquee, Luisa and Rob had opted for 3 tipis. Inside the tipis were decorated with paper lanterns and bunting! A really vintage inspired country look with bales of hay for guests to seat on outside. We had a fantastic time filming and spending the day with Luisa, Rob, their family and friends.