Whenever I get to photograph a wedding day at the stunning Northbrook Park in Farnham, I know there’s going to be magic involved, and Cesena & Patrick’s wedding certainly didn’t disappoint!
Sarah & Spencer’s wedding at Botley’s Mansion was special for many reasons. Not least because I had earlier photographed Spencer’s sisters wedding. And prior to that Spencer & Sarah’s best friends wedding Ricky & Gemma. Capturing this gorgeous day amongst many friends, as well as working alongside the talented Anneka Ireland Videography, made this day all the more special.
It seemed like I had been waiting for Natalie & Grants wedding day for ages, and yet it felt like it was only yesterday when we first met at Great Fosters hotel and wedding venue, and began planning photos and locations.
Siobhan & David’s wedding was such a joy to photograph! The couple had their ceremony at St Mary’s Church, and the most fun filled reception at Zinnia Gardens. A Marquee in the middle of a field, filled with pretty blooms and all the special touches Siobhan and David spent a long time planning, really was such a lovely setting.
It’s always such a pleasure to get to shoot at the magical Cooling Castle and Carol & Martin’s wedding sure didn’t disappoint!
Carol got ready with her sister and friends at her childhood home, which added something really special to the proceedings. It was lovely to be surrounded by all the photographs and mementoes that told such a vivid story, and memories of Carol & Martin’s many years together.
I am delighted to be posting some pictures from Lucy & Greg’s super pretty Kent wedding.
The ceremony took place in the charming St Mary’s Church in Hadlow, this was followed by a reception in the family garden, held in a marquee decorated beautifully with flower arrangements made by Tracey Benton (who was responsible for the gorgeous bouquets as well), and lots of personal touches, such as the (amazing!) cake made by Greg’s cousin’s partner Fiona.
I’d been so excited for Keeley & Anthony’s wedding day for a long time, and when the glorious day arrived it sure didn’t disappoint!
The Orangery looked better than ever, with the gardens in full bloom and the weather showing us it’s best. Add to that the beauty that Tracey at Mrs Bouquet had created, she really did an amazing job with the amazing blooms! Keeley looked stunning in her San Patrick wedding gown and Jenny Packham shoes, and she completely took Anthony’s breath away when coming down the aisle.