Shortflatt Tower wedding

shortflatt tower wedding pictures


Jill and Paul were married at St Giles Church in Chollerford,
then had a fabulous wedding reception at Shortflatt Tower.

shortflatt tower wedding pictures

Below : a couple of pictures taken inside Shortflatt Tower on the wedding morning.
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A little girls hand finds, and then ushers from a window, a butterfly.

This is because the window is required for . . .

little girls to dance in 🙂

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The fun continues outside, in the garden at Shortflatt Tower.

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A pretty girl awaits the wedding car
that will take her to the man of her dreams.

(He’s waiting at the Church).

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No points for guessing the name of the church.

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An extremely good natured vicar awaits at the church door.

Here – we see the bride, her father,
and the previously dancing bridesmaids arriving.

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General wedding things happen in the church,
To respect privacy – I’m not showing too much detail in the way of the guests.

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Above :

confetti is hurled,

ice cream is served in the Churchyard,
a man sports an impressive wing commander moustache

and the (extremely good natured) vicar
spots the stormy wet rain clouds on the horizon, and pulls a face at them.

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‘Groom drives bride away . . . ‘

Oh heck . . . that sounds like they had an argument  . . . they didn’t argue . . .
I meant, ‘groom drives bride away in vintage sports car’.

that still doesn’t sound right

ok. try again . . .

‘Groom drives’ . . . (this isn’t working).

aw nuts.

the caption is going to be

‘They drove off in a car’.

Then arrived at Shortflatt Tower,
where Tipis had been erected in the gardens.

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During the afternoon, clouds came, then went

then during the meal – the clouds came back in spectacular style

(the pictures of the sky to the right – were taken during the meal.

those whirly bits have a technical ‘cloud spotter name’

Cloud formations like this are called

‘The vortex of doom’

I’m kidding.
I just made that up.

but they’re impressive clouds . . eh !!

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Speeches, in a marquee in the grounds of Shortflatt Tower.
lots of flowers here too. Very impressive flower arrangements !

Again – to respect guest privacy at this wedding,
you’re not really able to work out who is here !

(There were lots of guests !  That’s all you need to know ! 🙂 )

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After the wedding breakfast, speeches and stuff.

Everyone made their way over to the Tipis for a spot of socialising.

Those whacking great cloud formations had cleared off by this time.

It then rained,

and after rain . . . we got a

DOUBLE RAINBOW.

Below – you see the bride and groom hopping over from the Marquee to the Tipis,
in the rain, under a double rainbow.
The slightly golden/peachy coloured light is the storm light still in the sky.

What weather !

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Then . . . bride hurls bouquet at a bunch of eligible girls.

more socialising in the Tipis . . .

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And. First dance,
with an explosion of music and a pretty darned cool set of lighting

with the bogus brothers band

( I think this is a link to their site)

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Then . . to round off the evening,

some brightly coloured artillery is fired into the air.

Fireworks. A really impressive display !

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And, if you’re remotely curious about the layout of the back garden at Shortflatt Tower,
and where the marquee fitted into all of this.

I climbed onto the roof and took the pictures below.

and if you’d like to see more of the wonderful Shortflatt Tower
and perhaps contact the rather individual owners . . . Jono and Octavia,

shortflatt tower wedding pictures

Thank you Jill and Paul (and the crazy dancing bridesmaids)

for allowing me to be a tiny part of your rather lovely wedding celebrations. 🙂