Oh I loved this wedding. Outdoor ceremony in the woods, super chilled out couple (I mean super chilled out. Sara & Ian, you ROCK.), some singing, some dancing, lots of food, lots of games and a whole lot of pretty. Perfect.
This church. This middle-of-nowhere church, sitting quietly amongst the cows and the open skies, stole my heart just like it stole Rachael & Owen’s, who got married there one summer day in June. Inside, guests sat in little rectangular pens, every so often flashing their grins and smiling eyes over the top. At the front, Rachael and Owen exchanged vows in a bubble of perfect light. It’s a beautiful place to start married life.
Huge kudos to Rachael who put together such a beautiful wedding. All the details inside the barn were lovingly handcrafted, and the gorgeous bouquets of flowers and floral arrangements were made by her sister. What a talented family. A shout out also to caterers Home Gurr’own who seemed to produce neverending plates of scrumptious food, all impeccably presented.
Congratulations to Rachael & Owen, I could not have been more thrilled to capture your beautiful day. xxxx
I’ve been really remiss in updating this blog, I know. Mainly because I’ve been flat out shooting my fab couple’s amazing days and there’s not been much time for much else.
What better way to start off my 2015 season than with Hannah & Tom’s phenomenal MC Motors wedding? It was such a fun, laid-back day and I’m not going to lie, it was all a bit of a photographer’s dream . From Hannah’s Kate Halfpenny dress and Dolce & Gabbana shoes to the absolutely incredible venue MC Motors, it all was a blast to shoot. My favourite photos though are the ones with Hannah, Tom and their little daughter Dory, in the sunshine. I hope they love those ones as much as I do :)
A big thank you to Charley of London Bride, wedding planner extraordinaire. Everything ran like clockwork all day and her attention to detail was incredible :)
And finally a big BIG thank you to Hannah & Tom for having the best day ever and letting me be a small part of it. xxx
Having been to Sicily once before, it was such a treat to head back last September to photograph Teresa & Daniel’s wedding at Commenda di San Calogero. What a brilliant wedding and what a magical way to celebrate, in a place that sits nestled in orange groves, surrounded by sea and sunshine.
I can’t even begin to tell you how hard it was to whittle down the selection of moments for this blog post. It was such a joyful occasion and Teresa & Daniel had put so much heart and soul into it – from Teresa’s incredible veil, to the hand dyed shibori scarves for all the female guests, the picnic reception, and the fact that the whole thing was catered spectacularly by their talented foodie friends.
Thank you so much to Caro Hutchings for seconding on this one and a BIG THANK YOU to Teresa & Daniel for having us along. You guys are awesome xx
Sheena & Tom are just the loveliest, happiest and most interesting people you could ever hope to meet. When we were chatting about their wedding plans, it soon became clear that it was going to be a really fun, warm, happy day. Not only did the reception take place in the utterly brilliant Hackney City Farm, but they decided to have a secret dance flashmob during drinks in Hoxton Square featuring professional dancers and some confused but delighted guests. Amazing. Lovely Sheena was sporting a beautiful bump at the wedding and her Minna dress suited her PERFECTLY. I’m such a fan of Minna dresses, aren’t you? Oh, and not to mention a beautiful floral crown!
My favourite part of the day was actually walking from the church to the Farm with Sheena & Tom and a handful of guests who helped carry bits and bobs. It was a gorgeous afternoon and as we thronged our way through Shoreditch I managed to grab some of my favourite photos.
Endless thanks to Sheena & Tom for being the brilliant people that you are and having me along to your gorgeous day. If you want to find out about their suppliers or anything like that, I was lucky enough to have this wedding featured on Love My Dress.