I have the BEST couples.
I have the BEST couples.
Yesterday I was out photographing the beautiful Jules Whitfield, finding crevices and exciting places to create a little magic with her glorious natural wreaths.
Many hands make light work.
I always warn bride’s. There is one thing that you cannot control: the weather.
Tamsin and Tom were all knowing that by getting married in the UK, in October, the weather will be of it’s own mind. The morning started with a heavy fog resting on Elmore Court, but by the time the ceremony was complete the sun was bursting through the clouds and the most beautiful sunlight came streaming through.
With a beautiful autumnal wedding taking place in the hall of Elmore Court; it was just the most beautiful light cascading through those windows that any wedding photographer could ask for.
The guests were seated, Tom and his brothers were waiting nervously at the top (even his brothers were nervous) with the angels looking down on them. AS the music started, I was in place ready to photograph the most beautiful Tamsin come sweeping down the aisle to her best friend Tom.
The beautiful Gillyflower. Elmore Courts room of dazzling lights and open, airy space for you and your guests.
With Tamsin the owner of White Truffle Signs , guests were in love with the beautiful variety of signs around Elmore Court.
The table centre pieces of flowers were all designed The Rose Shed with hues of orange and autumnal foliage.
Family is everything.
You don’t invite just anyone to your wedding. You invite the ones that mean the most to you.
I met Sam and Vanessa at the Bowood Hotel and Spa wedding open day where I am happy to be a regular wedding photographer. Bowood Hotel offers so many different areas and “feels” to its clients that it makes for a very happy photographer.
Sam was very clear on meeting that he really wanted a documentary approach to the wedding photographs; so minimal staged pictures. This was perfectly well suited to the style of the day and as a documentary wedding photographer, it made my job very easy.
I feel like I’m dancing my way into the weekend as I’ve just finished editing three weddings and I only have one more waiting for me before I jet off to Turkey for a family vacation.
As a wedding photographer in the Cotswolds, I get to visit some amazing barns and The Great Tythe Barn in Tetbury is stunning. The grounds are impeccable and there’s a hidden garden around every bend. Inside the barn, my favourite spot is its double balcony, you can really encapsulate the full effect whilst couples are on the dance floor. A great place to party!
With the joy of the party surrounding you it’s a venue you can’t get wrong!