We have our first destination wedding coming up very soon. Nat & Rich are getting married at Finca La Concepcion in Marbella. It’s safe to say we’re both excited. We will be spending a few days with them out there, covering the whole wedding including a beach shoot at dawn. Natalie is a friend of Kelly who’s wedding to Toby we shot at Sopley Mill last year.
Adventures in Wedding Photography
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Paddy & Ness had their Dewsall Court wedding at the end of April. Big thanks to Marcus at Bigeye Photography for recommending us. Marcus was one of Paddy’s two best men so couldn’t shoot the wedding himself. Was it weird having another great photographer watching us? Not really. Maybe. Sometimes. No. Not really.
Charlotte and JJ will be having their Great Tythe Barn Wedding near Tetbury in July. The couple live in Edinburgh and had travelled down to see family (along with their wedding venue.) Charlotte particularly loves the yellow rapeseed fields, so we headed to a byway not far from the Barn to make the best of the colour all around us.
Emma & Mark are having their Grittleton House wedding at the end of August. If we have the weather we had for their engagement shoot in Pittville Park, Cheltenham then everyone will be happy. We always try to aim for the best location and the best light for any shoot and engagement shoots are no exception.
We like to ensure that our couples work with the best suppliers. If we get asked for recommendations we are confident that we are referring suppliers that can match our standards. For me consistency is an obsession so to give our couples the best experience we only recommend suppliers that are at the top of their game. We start the series with Ido Wedding Films
..or Gibbs & Vet
I love a challenge so when Lara suggested we meet at the water tower on the downs in Bristol I agreed, unaware that The Downs is essentially open playing fields. So the challenge – Make an open field on a cloudy day look interesting.
It was midday and the sun beat down relentlessly on the Cutty Sark. It stood motionless on the glass sea. With the bow looking out towards London’s Docklands, even in a cloudless sky the midday sun was behind the boat – meaning we could get some gorgeous shots of Emma & Errol.