Posted by Debbie Hudson Tue, June 05, 2012 10:18
Back in early May I was lucky enough to photograph Pip & Rich's big day - a lovely couple who had chosen Castle Combe church and the Manor House at Castle Combe as the backdrop for their stunning day. I arrived in the morning to photograph Pip and her bridesmaids as they got ready whilst my husband worked with the boys who were having liquid refreshment in the local pub. Eventually it was time for Pip to walk the short distance from the Manor House to the church for a beautiful service. We made the most of the quintessentially British village that is Castle Combe for the photographs before heading back to the Manor House for fun and games. The speeches were fabulous - Rich's was full of emotion, the best men's full of laughter. A truly amazing day :-)
Posted by Sun, March 18, 2012 23:43
It was only when I was editing the photos and saw the goosebumps on Jenny's arms that I realised just how cold it had been on their wedding day! What a trooper though, Jenny didn't complain once and was happy to post for as many photos as possible. This is the second wedding I've done at Priston Mill and I have to say, it is a favourite wedding venue of mine, full of atmosphere and plenty of photo opportunities. Luckily I have a couple more booked there this year - here's hoping my brides won't be quite so cold though!
Posted by Sun, March 18, 2012 22:28
So, I come along to your wedding, I snap away and then send you some fantastic memories of your day. My service doesn't stop there though. All but one of my packages includes an album as standard. It's entirely up to my clients which album they choose and which pictures they want in. Once they've made those decisions it's up to me to get my creative juices flowing and produce the album. Here's an example of a recent upgraded album - a fabulous A4 landscape album of 70 pages. Total cost to the client, an extra £280 - well worth it :-)
Posted by Sat, January 21, 2012 12:54
It may have been bitterly cold outside but this didn't stop the smiles at Jemma & Matt's wedding at St Nicholas Church in Chislehurst followed by a reception at the Bromley Court Hotel. As a family friend it was an honour to photograph the big day although difficult not to be swept up in the emotion of the service and the speeches. All the best for a long and happy future Jemma & Matt and good luck with your new arrival in March!
Posted by Sun, January 15, 2012 13:13
I thought I'd go back to one of my very first "official" weddings - the lovely Emma & Andrew who got married in a little village outside Stroud on a very cold December day. There may not have been snow but it was certainly cold! Emma and Andrew were great though - no moaning about having the photographs outside and with the perfect lighting this paid off with some fabulous photos.
Posted by Tue, January 10, 2012 23:08
Paddling in the sea on Bournemouth beach at the end of October - the things you do as a wedding photographer! The sky may have been blue but so were my toes by the turn I got out!! All in aid of photographing Claire and Gary's fabulous wedding at the Cumberland Hotel in Bournemouth.
There wasn't a cloud in the sky and it was smiles all round as Claire and Gary said "I do" after over 10 years together in front of family and friends and their gorgeous son Callum. After the ceremony and the group photos I took the bridal party down the cliff train onto the beach for some fun shots. The bridesmaids bouquets met a watery end as the bride didn't like them - not quite "Trash the Dress" but close!
Congratulations again to the new Mr & Mrs Taylor - all the best for a long and happy future together.Posted by Mon, October 17, 2011 21:16
When I was asked to do this wedding I absolutely jumped at the chance. The happy couple chose to get married in the famous Marylebone Town Hall (two days before Paul McCartney) at 10am, by 11.32 we were on our way to beautiful Paris where we spent the day wandering the streets and taking photographs. Simply perfect! Oh, and thanks to Eurostar for upgrading us on the way out, the icing on the cake!
Posted by Sun, September 18, 2011 23:42
So, what are the chances of having a client book you for a wedding only to find out that the bride is your chiropractor's receptionist? That is exactly what happened to me and I have to say, it was great going to my fortnightly appointments and catching up on Sarah's plans for the big day. Here are a few photos from their lovely day.