Sophie & Ian had the sweetest wedding / knees up / celebration in one of my favourite London wedding venues, Brixton East. I was only in attendance for 3 hours, but I don’t think I stopped smiling once in all that time.
They had a very personal, informal ceremony under the large clock with friends and family looking on. I love how heartfelt their words to each other were – words that were purposefully written by them, for each other – so different to the standard wording at a civil ceremony!
Thank you both for being so wonderful to work with, and for trusting me to go to a dodgy bus depot for your couples photos! I think it worked out ;) . Lots of love to you both xx
While putting together my Best of 2015 post, I realised there were SO many awesome weddings from last year I haven’t yet had a chance to blog. Summer is a busy time here at KHHQ and while I’m shooting and delivering photos for my couples, things like blogging tend to fall by the wayside. So…it’s winter…it’s a tiny bit quieter, and I’m determined to catch up!
Natalie + Ross got married in East London in May and it was a proper east end knees up / wedding /*Otis Redding (*check out their invites below for more wedding related cockney rhyming slang!). It was just a brilliantly fun, relaxed, happy day and I loved being part of it. Thank you so much to Natalie & Ross (and their gorgeous little girl Fearne!) for having me there and being awesome clients. xx
Lots of singing. Confetti canons. Glitter curtains. Gold pineapples. Hilarious speeches. Off the hook food. And one awesome, awesome couple. What more could I ask for?
Thank you so so much to Serena & Rosh for letting me be part of your incredible day. xx
Outdoor weddings make this photographer’s heart beat that little bit faster. And can you blame me? There’s something amazing about two people making their vows to one another under a forest canopy; no sound save for the rustling of the trees in the breeze, and the words which you speak.
I was so completely honoured to photograph Adele & Ant’s incredible wedding. It was my favourite kind of days: beautiful, chilled out and full of joy. Adele looked perfect in her wedding dress (made from vintage Quaker fabric!) and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house during Ant’s speech.
Thank you to Yolande de Vries for shooting this one with me, and a big thank you to Adele & Ant for being the best kind of people. Lots of love.