Genna & Seth’s Wedding – by Mark. Immediately after the Jewish ceremony finished the Israeli dancing began – it was intensive & wild and Seth went flying.
Preet & Neil’s Wedding – by Mark. Their Hindu & Sikh wedding was amazing. The morning started with the rituals around the getting ready.
Genna & Seth’s Wedding – by Mark. Genna poised at the top of the stairs took a deep breath and walked slowly down the staircase to the waiting Seth and the bedeking ceremony.
Claire & Nico’s Wedding – by Mark. During the wedding breakfast we took Claire & Nico outside to take some couple portraits – I love the light in this image.
Natalie & Ryan’s Wedding – by Marianne. A very powerful image when Natalie’s dad sees his daughter for the first time as he collected her to walk down the aisle together.
Genna & Seth’s Wedding – by Marianne. Genna receives a cuddle from her father as she gets ready. Fathers and daughters.
Preet & Neil’s Wedding – by Marianne. At the beginning of their Hindu & Sikh wedding the dividing curtain is lowered and Neil and his best man see Preet for the first time – and she saw them.
Genna & Seth’s Wedding – by Marianne. Genna’s Maid of Honour looks at her her dearest friend & bride just before they depart for the weeding ceremony.
Wedding Photography Review 2016
Glancing Back at 2016
Another year comes to a close and it is always nice to write up these end of year reviews and to look back on the year that has been. We photographed some wonderful weddings this year and our wedding couples were wonderful. We had the pleasure of photographing a variation of weddings Catholic, Jewish & Hindu weddings that took us all around the country from small intimate barn weddings to 5 star London hotels. A huge thank you to all our couples in 2016 for letting us be part of your special day.
In July we walked the last stage of the Camino Camino Frances – the last 112km from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, it was an amazing experience and we are seriously thinking about going back and doing the whole 790km from St Jean … a huge project that will take 6 weeks.
Walking forward to 2017
Our hiking in 2017 will see us returning to walking the Coast Path in North Cornwall. We will also be tackling the long haul up Englands highest mountain Scafell Pike (978m) in the Lake District and hopefully ‘bag’ a couple more ‘Wainwrights’ during our stay there. To bag a Wainwright is to reach the fell summit of one of the 214 summits as described in Alfred Wainwright’s pictorial guide to the Lakeland Fells.
We look forward to meeting our future wedding couples at our pre-wedding meetings that we will be held this coming Spring & early Summer.
Have an amazing 2017!