Posts Tagged ‘Joy’

A Beautiful, Rustic Woodland Wedding

Jenny and Laurence’s wedding was an absolutely magical day in Wilderness Wood, which is such a special location in East Sussex. They love the outdoors and wanted a wedding that reflected who they are, something relaxed, and fun in a beautiful, rustic setting. Their day was so wonderful and it was such an incredible honour…

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Love, Art, and the Welsh Coast

Willow and Fionn’s wedding was one of the most wonderful events I have been lucky enough to photograph. They had their ceremony on a Welsh clifftop overlooking the Atlantic, followed by a reception in an absolutely beautiful old workhouse, owned by Willow’s parents, which her Mum Tracey has been restoring room by room into a living…

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The Coolest Nuptials in an East German Castle

Swana and Dan are such a cool and stylish couple, and their wedding was such a wonderful reflection of them both. They found the most gorgeous venue in Schlosshotel Burg Schlitz, which used to be a castle in the East German countryside. Everything about the day was fabulous, from the beautiful lace dress Swana wore,…

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Vintage Style, Rainbow Colours, and Swing

Jo and Tim are two of the most fabulous humans I know. Their wedding was so gorgeous, so colourful, and so full of personal, home made touches. They met swing dancing, so that was a big part of the wedding. Jo loves unicorns, glitter, bright colours, music, and dancing. They chose one of the most…

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Steam Trains, Flat Caps, and Floral Frocks

Fawley Hill is one of the most fabulous venues I have ever had the pleasure to work at, a really unique place full of vintage charm. It was such a fantastic day from the ceremony in the old booking office, signing the register on a steam train, drinks in the historic railway museum, and a…

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Viva Las Vegas

I had the privilege of travelling to Las Vegas to photograph Heather and Simon’s incredible wedding. We started with a pre-shoot in the Neon Boneyard, Vicky’s Diner, and artistic Downtown, before moving on to the main event; which involved a London bus, a cool little chapel, Elvis, an impromptu performance from Rat Pack legend Joe…

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