Charlotte and Paul wanted a relaxed countryside wedding at a local farm that had a fantastic venue attached to it. I always love arriving somewhere and seeing wide open vistas prime for wedding portrait shooting!
One of the best moment during the morning was when Charlotte’s mum was helping her daughter get ready, they hugged for just a second and I was so happy I managed to capture it for them as it really does show the love between them on such a special day. It was also great having free roam of the farm for photos, and the vintage car they hired to take them back from the church was also pretty special. The quirky table name photos and wedding cake decoration added to the joyful feel of the day so perfectly.
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.
Amelia and Jimmy chose to have their wedding in Amelia’s lovely home village – a picturesque little village where we could see the church from the window of Amelia’s parents house. A gorgeous sunny day, and a beautifully decked out marquee made for a wonderful summer wedding.
It was also one of the biggest weddings I’ve ever shot, with nearly 200 guests and gave me a little challenge when finding a suitable spot for the group shot. In the end we had to stop the traffic while I climbed up a ladder and shot in the middle of the road. If anything it proves I can always find a way! The village also provided a lovely backdrop for some beautiful and natural wedding portraits of Amelia and Jimmy.