Shooting Emma’s ‘surprise’ hen do was certainly a first for me, she was expecting tea & cakes at Betty’s, could we have started something maybe?! Flowers are her thing (being a florist) so we headed down to Harlow Carr gardens with her family and friends for an hour of what turned out to be suuuuch good fun. Here’s just a …
Bruce & Jocelyn decided on Knaresborough as their preferred location, as it was where Bruce proposed! We went right back to the actual spot…..romantic eh?! We started at the market place (Blind Jacks to be precise) then slowly made our way down to Bedra Gardens, where we had the place to ourselves, bliss! Here’s a few highlights….
I first met James & Tracy almost two years before their big day, we chatted about their plans and potential February weather! Who would have thought early February could bring such an amazing mild spring-like day! We were truly blessed.
My last wedding of 2018, what a corker! Tim and Neha tied the knot at Oulton Hall, Leeds. ’twas very cold, very Christmassy and very beautiful!! Here’s a sneak peek of the first of their wedding celebrations, to be followed by a two day traditional Indian ceremony ….perhaps I could sneak myself into their case?!
Rob & Hannah’s big day was celebrated at the very beautiful Wharfedale Grange, near Harewood, with bridesmaids, groomsmen and pageboy looking fabulous it was a perfect setting. Rob and Hannah scrubbed up quite well too!! The evening completely rocked, with a terrific band, everyone danced the night away. Rob and pals complimented the night with a little air guitar (ok …
When I first met Luke & Penny for their pre-wedding shoot, the feedback was pretty much “we don’t do mushy!”. Both stressing how important it was to spend as much time as they could with their friends and family, avoiding being centre of attention (quite tricky on your wedding day!) and not posing for too many photos, so that’s pretty …
When a northern gal meets a southern lad, love happens. So privileged to be able to share Tom & Hannah’s day, amongst some of my oldest friends ( and now new!). Here’s how their day went.
A walk around Spofforth Castle the other day, to chat about Craig & Helen’s big day in a couple of weeks. Of course we had to try out the fireman’s lift….with a real fireman (Craig of course).
Not a soul in sight, except these two (& me of course with a camera) taking a stroll around a secluded reservoir…..that’s pretty romantic, for two that ‘don’t do romance!”
‘Golden hour’ on Otley Chevin, doesn’t get better than this.
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