I think it’s safe to say Lucy & Steve’s London wedding will go down in the history books as the rainiest wedding I’ve ever photographed. Oh boy did we get soaked! But I’m happy to say that the weather didn’t dampen the spirit of the day at all. A short, but super rainy drive to English Martyrs Church in Prescott Street, Lucy & Steve exchanged their vows. For the reception we made our way to The HAC, a fantastic historical building, which was truly a great pleasure to photograph.
One of my favourite and final weddings of the season was that of Gemma & Ricky at Lower Grange Farm in Kent. For me it was a page straight from my personal wedding book, the colours complimented each other perfectly and the relaxed atmosphere was what all weddings should be made of. There was so much laughter and happy tears on the day, and the most overwhelming feeling of love as everyone gathered together to celebrate the marriage of Gemma & Ricky.
Hayley and Will’s wedding was the epitome of classical elegance! Beginning the day at the beautiful home of Hayley’s parents she slipped on her stunning strapless gown, fantastic beaded bridal shoes and placed her delicate headdress and veil a-top her long curled hair before heading to St Nicholas church where Will was waiting. The day was filled with so much love and laughter, thank you so much to Hayley and Will for having me! x