I love photographing photographer’s weddings. I always explain to my couples beforehand that the nicest light for portraits is a small window shortly before sunset. And, though I don’t know why, this always seems to be right when the meal is in full swing. Most of my couples are really great about this and are happy to finish up their course to pop out for 10 minutes or so, though I’m never ever pushy about it (food is very important to me too, I’m not even going to lie). But with photographers as clients, even before you can whisper “golden hour”, they’re putting down their knives and forks and are ready to go. And I’m so grateful, because you get light, and photos, like the one above.
Emma & Ryan got married in the amazing Trill Farm in Devon. I love this venue for so many reasons, all of which you can see for yourself in the photos that follow. I also love Emma & Ryan’s style – from the gorgeous 2 piece dress Emma wore, to the amazing decorations in the barn. That brilliant fabric backdrop? Handmade by Emma. As for the favours – photographs of each guest as a child – how bloody incredible. Don’t you just love the guest’s reactions?!
Thank you so much you guys, for being really ace clients to work with. All throughout the day, come rain or shine (or a collapsing ceremony floor 10 minutes before KO), you were just amazing. xx