This was a fun little shoot! Morris and Helen had recently got married in Las Vegas and wanted to hold a small party for close friends and family, and they asked me if I’d cover the evening to give them some photos to record the event. Continue reading
It’s not often I fly to a photo shoot, however this weekend I changed my holiday plans so I could fly back to the UK for Colin and Lydia’s wedding in Hartsfield Manor deep in the Surrey countryside near Reigate. Hartsfield manor is a Victorian building set in a 16 acre estate and was a fantastic venue for both the wedding service and reception. Colin and Lydia had planned their day to ensure that everyone had a great day with a special kids room set aside and bouncy castle in the gardens, to keep the children amused and out of trouble. Continue reading
The end of August pretty much marks the end of the wedding season (although this year I have weddings booked into November), but my last wedding in August took me to St Mary’s church in Old Welwyn in Hertfordshire for a relaxed and informal wedding which was much more about celebrating the day and being with friends and family than it was about pomp and circumstance.
The last weekend in July represents almost the end of a very busy month, however July ended on a high note, or should that be a highland note, with Steven and Kayleigh’s wedding. As you’ll have gathered from that awful pun there was a Scottish theme to Steven and Kayleigh’s wedding, due to Steven coming from north of the border, although as Kayleigh’s father mentioned in his speech there were in fact guests from across the United Kingdom. Continue reading
For me the 2015 wedding season started in the middle of June, however the unseasonably poor weather – persistent drizzle until an hour after the ceremony – didn’t put a dampener on the day, and didn’t stop me getting some great shots to help Jo and David remember their wedding day in Tewin, Hertfordshire.
One of the most interesting parts of the whole wedding process is how the bride and groom celebrate their last few days of “freedom” in the respective Stag and Hen parties. For David and Jo’s wedding in June I was invited to join the “boys” as they celebrated in Brighton.
Michael and Rachel’s wedding is a story of 2 young people, who met in the local church’s Youth Group, dated for 10 years and then got married in the same church where they met.
Craig and Linda’s wedding celebration took the form of a meal for family and friends who weren’t able to attend the ceremony abroad.
Ian and Michela’s wedding was always going to be about them, their children and family. Continue reading