Claire and Miles are getting married in Henley this May. On Sunday we met them for an engagement shoot in the tiny village of Turville in Buckinghamshire. We battled hurricane force winds and slippery conditions to climb up to Cobstone windmill. When we got to the top we found it was surrounded by a 7 foot high fence. Oh well.
Caroline and Rob had a Disney themed Christmas wedding at Old Down Manor in Bristol. It’s a place full of memories for Caroline as she used to go there as a child to vist the animals, go on the adventure playground (and push her sister into the mud).
We shot Lisa and Steve’s Military wedding photography in August last year and they recommended us to Pete and Lizzie for their Military wedding.
Lizzie and Pete met at a Christmas Party in 2013. A Karaoke duet and a goodnight kiss led, eventually, to Durdle door where Pete proposed on a crisp winter’s morning in January 2015.
Changeable. I think that could describe the weather at all of our weddings this year and it was no different for Nicola and Ian’s Crowcombe Court wedding. In the morning it looked threatening but in the end we were given a glorious day with sunshine and little fluffy clouds, perfect. I know it’s an English obsession to talk about the weather but everyone hopes for the perfect day.
Tomorrow we are shooting Will and Dilini’s wedding at the Matara Centre near Tetbury. In September we met up with them for an engagement shoot at the Rococo Garden in Painswick. We had similar weather to what we’re expecting tomorrow – gloom and drizzle but both venues look amazing in any conditions so we’re still really excited to be there.