Tiffany & David’s Cronkshaw Fold Farm Wedding

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Tiffany & David’s Cronkshaw Fold Farm Wedding

We share the wedding of Tiffany & David who got married at Haworth Art Gallery followed by their reception at Cronkshaw Fold Farm. Their wedding was captured by wedding photographer Nina Pang.

How did you two first met?

We met online on I had seen Dave on there and sent a ‘wink’ to him a few weeks previously which he completely ignored (apparently he ‘didn’t see it’). He then reached out to me and we got talking via messages and arranged our first date in Manchester.

How did you or your partner propose?

I had known for some time that he had bought a ring so he was aware that if he planned anything I’d be suspicious he was going to propose. He planned a weekend away in Wales which was due to happen just before I went on holiday with my mum to Mexico. My friend had me absolutely convinced he was going to wait until after Mexico to propose but it turned out she was in on it and Dave was getting her to say these things to me so I would be surprised.

When the weekend came we went to the penny arcades and went for a walk to the end of the pier where he got down on one knee and proposed and I was so surprised!

How did you choose your wedding/photoshoot location?

We wanted somewhere more informal as we’re not really very formal people and my mum suggested the farm to me which has only recently started doing weddings. We like that it has animals, that we can choose our own bar and caterers and that it’s laid back but with amazing views.

The Wedding

We had the ceremony at an art gallery housed in a small manor house followed by drinks and canapes. We then headed to the farm for the reception where there was e a pizza van for the wedding breakfast and a bar. We then stayed on a yurt on the farm the night of the wedding.

About the Photographer

Nina Pang – I have been shooting wedding for 7 years and love every bit of it, I love working with natural light and would describe my style relax and candid, I love capturing the ‘real moment’ of the day. I shoot fairytale inspired photograph on the side and I combine it into my weddings sometimes.

I always want my clients to remember their big day, photos that genuinely tells the story of their wedding. Shooting a wedding is very tiring but I loved every single moment of it, people go through a variety of emotions on the day, it is truly magical and I get to capture all these special moments.

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