I was really taken back by the level of personal detail and meaning that Gemma & Robert put into their wedding day. And I think it really shows… when the occasion isn’t there just to ‘show off’ to friends, to ‘treat’ work colleages, or for one person to be the centre of attention… but when every element of the day is intertwined with beautiful ideas that mean something to you both. Where all the guests share a personal history with you. That’s when the day becomes an intimate celebration of love, and is such an honor to be able to photograph.
In the late afternoon, Gemma & Robert surprised her parent’s with a carved oak post inscribed with a thank. A really lovely moment!
Their entire wedding day was held at the family home Gemma grew up in. I’ve been fortunate to photograph many weddings at family homes, and I absolutely love the symbolic placement of the day.

It seems almost every week I’m asked if I get provided with food at the weddings I’m commissioned for, and it’s long been a hotly debated topic amongst photographers (not always for the right reasons – more on this later). So let’s slice through all the kerfuffle and spill the beans on this one. For…

I love a story within a story. The groom’s brother was sharing childhood anecdotes about the sort of mischief they used to get up to…. … and I’m sure if you have a sibling,t you’ll have your own brand of embarrassing memories. With my sister this was being ‘forced’ to perform plays and musicals for an…

So a while back I wrote about ‘What is an unplugged wedding?’ and I had an overwhelming response with people sharing their own experiences of what it’s like to be at an unplugged wedding. It seems you love the concept as much as I do. But what I didn’t expect were the details clients & friends…

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