Sarah & Chris
Sarah and Chris held on throughout the whole of 2020 with the hope of getting married on their original wedding date in November. Unfortunately that was snatched away from them at the last minute, but they have now finally said I do!
I was so nervous!
As some who is regularly posing couples, guiding them to nail their pre-wedding photos and trying to make them feel confident in front of the camera. I thought it was about time I felt what it was like on the other side of the camera
Nicholas originally planned to propose to his girlfriend on a romantic walk but instead thought he’d level it up and reached out to see if I could help him propose during a photo shoot!
My response was “Absolutely yes!”
Surprised Proposal at the Grove
What’s better than when your love proposes to you?
When it’s a total surprise and they organise for a violinist to serenade you and a photographer to capture the moment!
Date night ideas
Valentines day is nearly here!
Don’t let lockdown stop you from celebrating your love.
Here are my top five at home date night ideas to give you few fun ideas on how you can celebrate your love this year.
Looking back at 2020
COVID-19 swept the rug from underneath us all.
In the wedding industry it came at a time when we were just building up and getting ready to throw ourselves into wedding season.
It’s been quite a year and I wanted to note down and share the good things and the pretty damn amazing people I worked with this year.
Blue Hydrangea – Wedding Inspiration
Is there a flower more striking than a Hydrangea?
This inspirational wedding shoot is bursting with ideas on how you can use such a statement flower on your wedding day whilst still having that heartfelt, intimate vibe.
English Countryside – Wedding Inspiration
The British countryside is a wondrous expanse of rugged beauty.
Picturesque, diverse, idyllic was the basis for this shoot concept, think, English rose.
Ceremony Only Packages
Weddings may have restrictions at the minute. But love will never be cancelled!
For those who are moving forward with your plans of micro-weddings or your intimate ceremonies, this is for you.
Guest blog – Kelly Hawes Celebrant
Lots of couples overlook the choices available to them for their Ceremony, whether to have a Vicar, Registrar or a Celebrant for example. So it’s no surprise to me that couples don’t think much further about the Ceremony than what time to start and room décor.
Here’s my tips for key decisions that you should be aware of in order for your day to run smoothly.
What I learnt from my grandparent’s marriage
My grandparents have had an incredible impact on me, and I was very fortunate to have 23 years with all four of them and I still have three with me who continue to impact the way I look at life.
What to look for when choosing your wedding photographer
So, you’ve set the date, found your prefect venue and now you need to make sure you find the perfect photographer who is just right for you. Your photos should be a beautiful and authentic account of such a monumental day of your life…
What Alice wore guest blog – Finding your dream dress
Clothes are powerful. Not just because they keep us warm and birthday suits aren’t particularly appropriate in the day-to-day, but because they are transformative. They have the power to turn a shy person into their most confident self…