Clare & Richard were married in the Lygon Arms, Broadway, an amazing 16th century hotel in the Cotswolds. I got lost a few times going from the girls’ room to the boys’ room and the ceremony room – the hotel is like a maze! The weather was gorgeous, so we took some lovely photos in the hotel’s grounds. They had close family at the ceremony and were joined by many more friends & family for the evening do. Hope you’re having a great honeymoon!
Alex & Lisa were married in Billesley Manor, just outside Stratford-upon-Avon. The ceremony room was beautiful, with a balcony above for guests to view. The weather bahaved itself so we were able to take some lovely photos in the grounds – especially in the amazing topiary garden. Great, fun wedding & a lovely couple.
My first wedding involving horses! Kelly works at some stables in Milton and the owner kindly agreed to have the wedding reception there in a marquee. The weather didn’t always behave itself, but it was a really fun day and we got all the shots we needed! Kelly’s horse Silver looked very fetching with flowers in his mane!
Lisa & Andre were recently married at a church service in Naunton, followed by a reception at Bourton House in Bourton on the Hill. Open to the public during the week, the Tythe Barn was beautifully decorated for the wedding, and we took some beautiful photos in the gardens, thanks to the lovely weather, and lovely couple!
I was invited to set up my studio at the cheeky monkeys tea party, which was an event in Shipton under Wychwood to raise money for the National Childbirth Trust. I had a very successful session with many parents coming to have portraits done with their kids, and in the process helped to raise money for the NCT.