Category Archives: Weddings

2016 In Photographs

2016. I can’t quite believe how quickly this year has gone. Each year seems to go by faster than the last, don’t you think? It reminds me that I need to live in the moment and love it, rather than worrying about what the future holds. To embrace what life throws at me and to…

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Paddy & Kezia’s Bohemian Garden Wedding At Rivington Hall Barn

Paddy & Kezia tied the proverbial knot in the Summer with a D.I.Y, bohemian garden wedding at Rivington Hall Barn, Lancashire. I strongly feel that your wedding should be entirely what you want it to be, to reflect who you are as individuals and as a couple, and Paddy & Kezia did an absolutely amazing…

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A Magical Destination Wedding In Santa Maria, Italy

This summer I photographed my second destination wedding in Santa Maria for the wonderful Ceri & Ralph, alongside the amazing team at My Secret Italy! Santa Maria is quite a special place, which I have fallen in love with since my first trip there this time last year for The Secret Retreat workshop. Everything about…

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Things To Bear In Mind If You Want A Church Ceremony

Today the sun is shining, yey (unlike yesterdays awful weather!) so I thought I would take a quick break from editing to write a quick blog post on ‘things to bear in mind if you want a Church ceremony’ in terms of your photography. This post has been inspired by recently photographing weddings in various different…

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3 Top Tips If You Are Thinking Of Having A Destination Wedding

My partner and I have always said that when we get married we will most definitely be eloping for our wedding. Neither of us want the stress of planning an English wedding, and that’s mainly because of the drama that comes with the guest list… ‘Should we let them bring their partners of five minutes’…

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