The ceremony took place in a woodland clearing in front of the most beautiful floral moongate by The Country Garden Flower Company. The ceremony area was filled with flowers, which was perfect for the surroundings. The ceremony began with several beautiful readings from friends and family, and finished with them walking down the aisle and being showered with colourful confetti. It was a wonderful ceremony, full of lots of laughter and so much love. The ceremony was led by their friend Stevo who really made it witty and perfect for them, it was full of fun readings by friends that all fit in with their literary theme and ended with a Their final reading was an adapted version of the poem, A Scientific Romance, by Tim Pratt. A close friend Richard had memorised the whole thing (it was long), and delivered it with confidence and wit which had everyone laughing, including me!
2018 was a great year for weddings, especially with the royal weddings and both Meghan and Beatrice opting to leave some traditions behind and embrace some more modern touches - That’s as far as you’ll really get me talking about Royal weddings, but I will just say Beatrices dress was all the Disney wedding dress dreams I needed last year!
I absolutely LOVE glitter. Who doesn’t? And when I talk about glitter, I’m on a Coachella/Glasto vibe in my head but with less mud and more sparkle!
It’s not just a festival thing these days now and glitter bars are slowly and sparkly making their way into your events. Whether it’s a garden party, wedding reception or a bride tribe upping their hen-do game, glitter is well and truly on the agenda.
When Kat and Colin first got in touch with me about their Mexican inspired fiesta wedding in Hackney, I was so excited – they were planning such a fun and laid back wedding with lots of colour, a piñata and even a mariachi band. Kat and Colin are the loveliest people and I couldn’t wait to shoot their wedding!
If you’re looking for a pretty laid back and relaxed photographer chances are you’re a little nervous, maybe anxious in front of the camera and don’t often jump at the chance at being in front of it, so the idea of a pre-wedding shoot may sound super scary to you but here’s a few reasons why I think you should have one and how they are so not scary!
Emma and Jim got married at the unusual Goody Ales, Herne Bay, in August. It was a crazy marquee wedding, with plenty of beer on the tables and Morris dancers everywhere.
Us Brits are pretty familiar with the crazy weather changes of good old blighty, but the constant shift in conditions can play havoc with your wedding day plans. You may have planned to have your wedding photos out in the gardens of the venue, but then torrential rain hits, or you’re wearing a beautiful strapless gown and the temperature had plummeted to under 10 degrees. It’s the kind of thing that keeps a bride-to-be up at night.
When Katie and Matt first got in touch with me about their relaxed wedding in Hackney, I was so excited – they were planning the most relaxed urban wedding with friends, family and even dogs! Katie and Matt are the most fun people and I couldn’t wait to shoot their wedding!
Kirsty and Joe got married at the gorgeous Tudor Barn, Eltham, in August. It was a brilliant summery wedding, with tarot cards on the tables and homemade paper cranes creating an awesome photobooth backdrop.