A Talbot Hotel Wedding

“We are absolutely delighted with our wedding photographs. They’re so special and our favourite ever photos.”

Why a Talbot Hotel Wedding?

Imy & Charlie chose this setting due to it being close to Imy’s family home and what a lovely town Malton is. Rural, quiet and a joy to see. After an epic Yorkshire wrap in the city. We then made our way to Malton to capture this amazing day for these two lovely and welcoming people. I had the pleasure of capturing Charlie’s sister Craobh Haven wedding in Scotland a couple of years before so its always a pleasure to see families again on such a special day. Blessed with stunning weather all day and an amazing sunset that is hard to beat.

Wanting our day to be fun, chilled, happy and informal and we hope we managed to achieve that! It was a baking hot summer’s day a couple of days before the football World Cup final. We will always remember that summer so vividly as there was so much excitement in the air generally. We got married outside under a flower arbour and ate hearty Yorkshire food such as cheese soufflé and beef wellington. I wore a custom made dress by Elena Ferrara and Charlie wore a custom made three piece suit by Stephen Williams. Gemma (from The Topiary Tree, Malton) did the flowers, which I wanted to look bright and natural, as if just picked from the garden.

Imy’s Words “Charlie and I met at a 21st birthday party in London. I am from Yorkshire and was still living there at the time and Charlie was living in London so we did long distance for a couple of years before I moved down to London.

We went on honeymoon to South Africa and had the most incredible time. We spent a week in Cape Town going to restaurants and taking in the city before heading to Franschhoek to go wine tasting and finally a safari in Kruger.”

A big thank you for showing an interest in my work and please do get in touch if you are planning your Talbot Hotel Wedding or you big day else where. I have a select number of dates available each year so come say hi here.

Of course you need to love my work, but it’s not just about that. It’s a personal connection we’ll either have or we won’t. It’s that ‘we feel like we’ve known you for years’ familiarity that lets you feel comfortable to be yourselves. I might be that guy, or I might not be, and either way is honestly fine. But I’m dying to find out!