Weddings

Zoe and Dan // Wedding at Belton Woods Hotel

Zoe and Dan // Wedding at Belton Woods Hotel

“Wow thanks so much. We love them!”

Zoe and Dan held an absolute blast of a wedding at the Belton Woods Hotel just a few weeks ago...

A hectic morning with preparations, gifts, and burnouts in Dan’s Vauxhall Nova led to a beautiful ceremony at St. Giles Church in Grantham. Throughout the day it was obvious that they had spent a lot of time in preparation thinking about all the small touches, and picking out/creating decorations to fit the theme…

Anthony and Charlotte // Wedding at the National Botanical Gardens of Wales

Anthony and Charlotte // Wedding at the National Botanical Gardens of Wales

Nerf guns, juggling apparatus, a unicycle, birds of prey, and a man in a gorilla costume handing out easter eggs - all a bit mad, off the wall, and yet unmistakably a brilliant wedding.

Anthony and Charlotte were never aiming to do things by the books, but they definitely pulled off a day that will live in the memory!

Best of 2018 // Midlands and Destination Wedding Photography

Best of 2018 // Midlands and Destination Wedding Photography

Wow!

What a year. Lots of movement for me, lots of shoots, and my first international wedding!

Better late than never - here are a selection of my favourite images from 2018 - onwards and upwards in 2019

Samantha and Phil // Wedding, Villa Catignano & Lucignano, Tuscany

Samantha and Phil // Wedding, Villa Catignano & Lucignano, Tuscany

Italy - what can I say?!

Beautiful weather, beautiful food, beautiful people.

Live band karaoke!

Sam and Phil invited me to cover their two day wedding in the wonderful Villa Catignano earlier this year, and I couldn’t say no! Set in the hills of Tuscany, close to Sienna, we set off a week in advance in order to enjoy Rome and scope out the areas.

Emma and Shil

 

We were looking forward to this wedding right from when we first met Emma and Shil and talked through their plans. The idea of two ceremonies on one day sounds a bit hectic but equally exciting. And as a bonus, it was a combination of two cultures.

It started with a traditional white dress British wedding ceremony, which included a beautiful reading from Emma's sister. After some glorious sunshine, some great interval nibbles and a quick costume change, we then launched into the colourful Hindu traditions.

Two families gathered together in celebration is always a good day, but with added extras like an Uncle singing during reception drinks, and a roast dinner AND curry for a wedding breakfast, you can't go wrong. 

So here it is, a snapshot of a brilliant fusion wedding day between two brilliant people.