Steph & Tom’s Wedding – by Marianne. Steph got ready at the Reform Club and waited for her dad Steve to pick her up, the look on his face when he sees her for the first time is priceless. A very proud dad.
Sunena & Amrit’s Wedding – by Mark. Just one detail from the many rituals during their Tamil-Punjabi fusion wedding. I love photographing Indian weddings, so much colour, so many things going on and so many customs and rituals. The dancing at this wedding was amazing with indian pop and the beat coming from live Dhol players with traditional Indian drums.
Laura & Tim’s Wedding – by Marianne. Laura had looked forward to her wedding for a long time, she looked so happy when she finally made it to the alter.
Steph & Tom’s Wedding – by Mark. This image makes me smile every time I see it. You can plan against most things going wrong at a wedding but not on getting confetti in your mouth.
Alison & Craig’s Wedding – by Marianne. After all the planning the time had arrived. They were on time and all was calm.
Steph & Tom’s Wedding – by Marianne. Tom had forewarned us he might get emotional when he was going to see Steph – he did. His mum has a knowing smile.
Sunena & Amrit’s Wedding – by Marianne. After a long ceremony with many rituals the marriage ceremony was completed when Amrit tied a Thaali (golden necklace) around Sunena’s neck and they exchanged garlands during a ’Maalai maatral’ ritual.
Sarah & Nick’s Wedding – by Mark. They held a wonderful British wedding with a seaside theme, their wedding was held in a marquis in the garden of a pub which had real ale. They themselves served their guests hog roast and in the evening fish & chips were served from a van. I liked this image because it felt very relaxed and very them – taken on their favourite beach in their favourite place Walberswick on the Suffolk coast.
Laura & Tim’s Wedding – by Mark. When Laura threw the bouquet over her shoulder to her waiting girlfriends it was 2 men that were more than eager in catching it – one succeeded, the other ended up on the floor. I love the way the man on the floor has his foot sticking up and one of the girls laughter at the situation.
Alice & Matthew’s Wedding – by Mark. I love the way the vicar throws his arms as wide as he can in joy just as they were to kiss. I had luck capturing this moment as I was standing further back than I normally do, had I been closer his arms would not have been in the frame.
Daniella & Jamie’s Wedding – by Mark. When they entered the reception the Israeli dancing began immediately – it was wild and went of for a long time. Amongst the many dances Jamie was thrown high in the air high from a sheet.
Wedding Photography Review 2015
Glancing Back at 2015
We had the privilege of photographing some wonderful weddings this year, as normal there was a great variation with weddings all over the UK. At one wedding the groom arrived in a Batmobile, at another wedding the church held the remains of 12th century Knights, another wedding was held at a garden museum. We have photographed 2 weddings at St Paul’s Cathedral as well as Catholic, Church of England, Jewish & Indian weddings. We also had the honour of photographing the 4th wedding within the same family.
Looking Forward to 2016
2016 sees us celebrating our 25th year as professional photographers and our 12th year of photographing weddings. It has been an amazing journey and we are really privileged to have work that does not feel like work at all – more a way of life. Our weddings have taken us all round the UK, Europe & Asia and we have many fantastic memories.
NEW for 2016 In the Spring we shall be launching a new website which we are currently designing. The new website will have a responsive design with the layout adapting to the viewing environment of tablets, smartphones, laptops & PC’s. Our current website can be viewed on all devices but the new website will be a lot smoother with a major upgrade for viewers on mobiles & tablets.
Cheers for 2016! We hope you have a good one!