New Year's greetings, one and all! While The Normans has closed its doors for January, we're still feeling the love for weddings - especially now that photos of December's big days are ready to share with you!
Meet the gorgeous Megan née Bottomley who says she wanted a "classy Christmas" theme for her December day. She chose an Olvis gown - from York's Bridal Rogue Gallery - for herself, while her bevy of bridesmaids wore a seasonal, rich-red hue.
Hot on their heels was this smart fellow, the couple's miniature labradoodle, Albert - quite possibly the most dapper pooch to step down The Normans aisle.
Inside the Ceremony Barn, pew ends were festive and seasonal, with Christmas tree branches and fir cones hand-tied with taffeta bows.
Two tall, standing candelabras marked the spot where Megan and Ryan would say 'I do', dressed in seasonal foliage and white flowers.
The Kendal String Quartet set the most romantic of tones, playing as guests took their seats - and as Megan walked down the aisle toward husband-to-be, Ryan.
Here, Ryan and Megan said their vows by candlelight, before being declared Mr and Mrs Mitchell - huzzah!
Outside, the winter climes stayed crisp and dry, allowing photo moments aplenty - with Albert, of course.
Guests sought cosy retreat in The Normans Cow Stalls, which Megan and Ryan turned into a festive snug, with Christmas garlands hugging the mangers...
... and oh-so-soft blankets placed in baskets for those wishing to snuggle up.
In The Normans Courtyard the bridesmaids embraced the season, donning these georgeous faux fur-collared capes, from Doncaster-based Amon.
Megan's flowergirls looked angelic in snow-white dresses and capes by Monsoon - not to mention those floral crowns, created by the couple's appointed florists; Ryan's aunt and Megan's best friend.
Megan's mum, Janet, also showcased her creative skills with this yummy three-tier creation, comprising a vanilla sponge, chocolate sponge and, finally, a carrot cake!
When the time came for guests to make their way into The Normans marquee, the couple ensured a photo-worthy entrance for all! Mistletoe was suspended over head...
... and we just love this trailing ivy encircled doorway by What Katy Did
This neon sign proved a real crowd-pleaser too, hired - along with giant initial lights - from Party Pics Photo Booth Hire
Indeed, those words couldn't have been more fitting for newlyweds Megan and Ryan - who didn't just look good on the dancefloor, but utterly amazing. Congratulations!