When Will and Bon first got in touch and told me about their wedding it sounded so ideal – an intimate affair in a countryside chateau in the middle of summer. I always love couples with a relaxed vibe, and when I met them for the first time I so hoped they would choose me to shoot their wedding.
They did indeed, and so we started thinking about their engagement shoot. To go with their chilled out personalities we opted for a shoot in the surprisingly beautiful Hertfordshire countryside. A park was out of the question as sadly Bon has a phobia of grass, however, in the farmland she coped amazingly well – what a trooper! Their wedding later in the year was a real highlight and I can’t wait to share it with you soon.
Emily and Chris love walking their huskies in farmland near where they live, so when they said they wanted to get their beautiful dogs involved in the shoot it was something I couldn’t say no to!
I’m very much a dog, rather than cat, person but nothing could prepare me for just how beautiful their huskies were, and so very strong as well! It was quite important for me to get to know them a little as Emily and Chris wanted to have some shots with them on the wedding day too. It was a little chilly, but the farm buildings made for some lovely backdrops, and Emily and Chris’ smiles certainly warmed the day up as well. Their wedding at the stunning Down Hall will be featured very soon!
Wendy and Garrison are a super stylish couple who met while studying at the same college at Cambridge. I’ve never studied at Cambridge (!) but have done enough shoots around there to know just how romantic the colleges can be!
We met early on a Sunday morning when there weren’t too many people around and were able to shoot in the lovely Cambridge parks and in their old college – they lived above and below each other when they studied there! It was such an enjoyable shoot with two very lovely people ! Their wedding later in the year was equally great with an amazing day after shoot as well.