A rockin couple got in touch and told me about a wedding they were planning at The Punch Bowl Inn. A quirky, intimate wedding venue that resides in Crosthwaite. This charming village is set in the beautiful Lake District. The rest as they say ‘is history’. Well, if I was writing in the style of my former high school self, this would be the start middle and end of this lovely story. But thankfully I’m not ‘too cool’ to tell a story or two these days.
The wedding of Rosie and Michael at the Lake District wedding venue the Punch Bowl Inn was perfect from start to finish. To be totally honest, I knew it would be before I even arrived in the Lake District to begin taking their wedding photos.
You see, I initially met this incredible couple at a funky ale bar in Didsbury where we were set to have a meeting to discuss serious shizzle. We were soon chatting about good times. Particularly travel, as that is a big part of their lives. It turns out I had shared some of their travel adventures. Weirdly I’d partied in the very same nightclub that these two love birds met whilst in Budapest!
As far as meetings go, this one ranked high. I’d spent the evening sharing travel stories drinking tasty ale. I couldn’t wait to take Rosie and Michael’s wedding photos!
Punch Bowl Inn – Lake District Wedding Photography
The wedding definitely lived up to my expectations. This pair of Manchester lovers had the most incredibly relaxed and intimate wedding with all their closest family and friends at the Punch Bowl Inn. I was privileged to spend the day and night with them all! The wedding also affirmed something I already knew, Dr’s and nurses party hard!
For the camera lovers, this wedding was primarily shot with:
2 x Fujifilm X-pro 2 cameras. Mainly using the Fujifilm lenses 23mm f/1.4, 85mm f/1.2 and the Samyang 12mm f/2.