Joasia and James naturally wanted a Peak District Engagement Session as they live really close to it and they spend a lot of time hiking in the amazing National Park. They love this place so much that they also decided to get married in a marquee the middle of the Peak District. Joasia and James picked me up from the train station and we went all together exploring some of their favourite place in the Peak. At first, we went to the Ladybower Reservoir and we got lost in a forest of giant ferns which was really fun! When we found our way back to the car, the rain hit us and we decided to embrace it and take photos in this magical atmosphere. After that Joasia & James really wanted to show me Winnats Pass, a stunning limestone valley that was once under a tropical sea. We hiked on the misty land, surrounded by a lot of sheep and went to the top to admire the beautiful view on the valley.
It was so nice to spend a few hours wandering around with Joasia & James who are both some of the loveliest people I know. We talked about their plans for their wedding, ran on the hills, got lost and had so much fun that on their wedding day I felt like a close friend to them and they weren’t noticing my camera anymore!
I love the Peak district, which is for me one of the most beautiful place around Manchester! So if you’re planning to have a Peak District Engagement Session and to explore some magic places over there, please take me with you!
Joasia and James wedding will be soon on my blog. I’m looking forward to show you their laid back wedding that took place in a marquee in the middle of the Peak District. It was an amazing wedding, focused on their love for each other and for their family with some Polish traditions and a lot of laughs and dances.