Every bride hopes for the perfect wedding day and the perfect weather. But the one thing we cannot control is the weather. Jane’s dream was to have her wedding breakfast in her parent’s orchard, surrounded by friends and family and 5000 fairy lights.
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Moving to an entirely new country is daunting. I know because I am Canadian and now living in the UK. At least I moved from one speaking English country to another (for the most part it is similar… I do have my tendency to slip up on words!) But Man Hua took it in her stride. Coming to England to marry and then moving on to the US with her wonderfully new husband was no easy task, but she sure makes it look easy.
With the world so obscure and unpredictable at the moment I thought I’d share something that is unpredictable too. As the bridal prep is in full swing and the last few minutes of preparation take place it’s like a gong show of amazingness chaos (if I can use those adjectives all at once). Your memories are a little blurry.
As a Gloucestershire wedding photographer, I am lucky to photograph weddings all over the Cotswolds. In March, the weather is uncontrollable and unpredictable. The gardens haven’t gone into full bloom yet and we are all waiting patiently for the signs of spring to come forth. So to help beat the winter blues, a very small team of Gloucestershire wedding suppliers decided to inspire our couples by creating what we see as true old English romance.
You have chosen close family and friends to come and share your wedding day with you both.
Don’t let the rain get you down. The weather may not have been working in our favour, but we just embraced it.
As a wedding photographer in Gloucestershire, at the beginning of the new year there are wedding fayres everywhere.
As a wedding photographer, I have learnt to think SUPER FAST on my feet and create magic in my camera as it unfolds before me. I don’t have time to move people around or tell my clients “Ok, if you could just walk down the aisle a little slower” or “If you could just laugh at this precise moment that would be great” or “can you just make a magical kiss by tipping your bride back right when I say go”… yup… those moments they don’t happen. I have to be ready for what I think is going to happen next to help make time stand still for your moment to become a picture. And I love it.
With Siânnise and Luke T heading into their last few nights in the Love Island villa, I was tagged on Instagram in a message: