Victoria Hall Saltaire was the chosen reception venue following Jess and Elliot’s wedding at the United Reformed Church.
Groom Elliott, a military man was given the huge honour of wearing the British Army blues.
No. 1 Dress, or “dress blues”, is a ceremonial uniform, worn on only the most formal of occasions and by senior staff officers, aides to the Royal Family, and to the personal staff of senior officers in command.
Jess got ready at the nearby Hollins Hall hotel in Baildon, before being transported to Saltaire United Reformed Church in the heart of Saltaire village. The very lovely Tracey was the chauffeur for the day with her pride and joy ‘Dylan’ from Liberty Campers. Tracey was well prepared and even had sunscreen for Jess’ delicate skin, on what was a stunning summer’s day.
The newlyweds had a traditional wedding ceremony at the historic United Reformed Church before walking down the aisle as husband and wife.
After the ceremony, photographs were taken outside the Church as the guests made their way up Victoria Road to Victoria Hall in the UNESCO village of Saltaire. We grabbed a few shots of the couple outside the Church and with Dylan before they made their very short journey up Victoria Road.
One of the most important details for Jess, was that the cake should have a true representation of the couple’s cat!
Jess and Elliot were greeted with a military line up when they arrived at Victoria Hall. Once the reception started and speeches had been made, hats were removed and everyone partied.
Thank you so much for letting us share your special day.