A beautiful wedding, a day to cherrish.
I often get asked by brides if I can capture less formal and more candid shots – have some fun “capture us and our friends just as we are” – and that’s just what I aim to do. As a standard we aim to photograph key elements of your day in the more formal way, in addition we capture the off guard moments, the intimate embraces, the loving looks, the hand holding & laughter!
Laura & Steve had a wonderful wedding in Felixstowe last month. Congratulations lovely people!!
Laura had chosen fantastic dresses for her bridesmaids, they worked so well with her flowers too – you couldnt help but smile at them.
When you begin to plan your wedding, your ideas will probably cluster around a theme, or place or particular colour pallet. Flowers bring so much richness to the day, they can emphasise the key details in the Church or reception venue – highlight the beauty of your face, hair, dress. They decorate the tables, give your mother in law some thing to have an opinion on & your groom something to stress about attaching to his jacket right before you arrive (trust me, they lose the ability to work out how a simple pin works).
Congratulations Maisie & Ryan, your wedding was a beautiful reflection of the both of you and your lovely family – thank you so much for chosing me to capture the day.
The big blue skies spreading over the church were a wonderful and welcome addition to your day, we had all been so worried that the rain would make an appearance, thankfully no! All the little details really made the ceremony so special!
With giggles like this, it makes you wonder what these 3 were whispering about!