weddings uk

The Wedding of Alexandra and Jan, The Salutation

Alexandra was a good friend from my art college days in London, over the years we lost contact as often is the way with ‘growing up’.

I received a very friendly email from Alex explaining that she had become engaged to a wonderful man by the name of Jan. Alex asked if I would mind travelling to London to photograph their wedding. We met at St James’s Park to discuss their day and to photograph their engagement shoot. Much like their future wedding day, the weather was spectacular and it was great to catch up with an old friend and make a new one in Jan.

We chatted, snapped, walked and eventually rested on some deck chairs to watch the last of the sun set over Buckingham Palace.

Theirs was an intimate wedding full of warm and kind people spanning four generations. It was a beautiful day and one that I was very much honoured to be a part of.

Wedding Venue: The Salutation
Shoes: Rainbow

The Wedding of Charlotte and Alex at Marleybrook House, Canterbury

We met Charlotte and Alex over a coffee, just before their engagement photo shoot. We discussed their wedding day, how to act in front of the camera, how to best relax and get the most from their shoot and many other aspects of their planning... but mostly, we discussed the vintage fairground that was at their wedding venue.

The fairground made such a great focal point of the entertainment aspect of their day; the venue is unusual yet elegant, there were quiet walkways, hidden gardens, a lake, a beautiful bridal suite along with endless items of decorations to look at that the venue had at their disposal, but the couple got it just right in bringing in so many of their own things including around 100 empty gin bottles.

If you are looking for an unusual venue with picturesque settings and great entertainment for your guests in South East of England then this would be an ideal setting.

It was a fun, quirky, gin soaked day with plenty of laughs, unusual decorations and smiles all around. We were honoured to be a part of it.

Venue: Marleybrook House, Canterbury
MUA: Pipa  www.beyouweddings.co.uk / www.pipacrossmakeup.com
Dress: Hannah Elizabeth Bridal

The Wedding of Erin and Sam, Eydon, May 2018

It was our first time to Crockwell Farm and the surrounding areas that Erin and Sam call home and the weather held out beautifully for this May time wedding in Northamptonshire.

All I need to say about the couple is that they truly deserve each other in the kindest sense of the term. They are fun, kind, adventurous and were willing to be our guinea pigs with coloured smoke grenades - in fact they laughed their way through the smoke grenades and their answer to everything was always - yes let's do that!

Their wedding photos have since become a featured wedding over on the Crockwell Farm website - www.crockwellfarm.co.uk/wedding/erin-sam/ which is a beautiful venue nestled in the tranquil Northamptonshire countryside between London and Birmingham.

It was a fantastic, elegant and fun-filled day and one that we were delighted to be a part of.

Congratulations to Erin & Sam we wish you every happiness in the future as husband and wife.

The Andalucian Lakes Styled Shoot, Istan, April 2018

“Complacency is the forerunner of mediocrity. You can never work too hard on attitudes, effort and technique”  - Don Meyer

The Wedding of Christina & Manjinder, Cobham, March 2018

It was great to fly out to our first British Spring wedding in March for the Wedding of Christina and Manjinder at Great Fosters in Surrey.

Through the moments of the couple getting ready, to the best man Kip practicing his speech to friends and the fantastic drummers in the evening it was a beautiful, heartfelt and memorable day.

Much like the couple themselves, their day exudes memories of warmth, a close-knit family and understated elegance. It was truly a pleasure to be a part of your day and we wish you every happiness in the future.

Venue: Great Fosters, Cobham, Surrey.

The Wedding of Robin & Alec, London, July 2017

Robin and Alec’s wedding day started and ended with beautiful sunshine, set at the Horniman Museum with views overlooking London yet with a tranquil setting that could equally be in any rural setting across the country yet is nestled in Forest hill in the heart of South London.