It’s not typical for me to share a full blog post only a week after the wedding, but here we go. I’m feeling incredibly excited about Claire and Stephen’s wedding at Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire and I’ve prepared a long post with many pictures. Perhaps too many, but hopefully you’ll find them interesting. So first of all Stephen’s moustache. I know it sounds silly, but the first thing I had on my mind when I met Stephen and Claire was: I want to blog this moustache. Please don’t judge me for my shallowness The second thing about this wedding is that Claire and Stephen are such a perfect match for each other. I know most people who get married are more or less designed for each other. But every time I see this kind of perfect match I just want to keep looking at those people and smile Being around happy people makes me happy. The third thing is about the venue, Chicheley Hall. This wedding venue is truly amazing. It is as grand as it’s cosy (really doesn’t feel like a hotel or anything like that). It’s perfect in its imperfections. It’s got immaculate gardens and a lot of character. It’s very charismatic with the science following you on each corner (it’s a home of Kavli Royal Society Centre). The pictures will tell you the story better than my poor words, so I’ll stop here. Only one mention to add. On the day I met two lovley ladies from the local florist company Field Gate Flowers who specialise in traditional British flowers. Haven’t they done a fantasic job? I love their modest and natural approach in creating Claire’s bouquet and decorating the venue and I love the idea of using the local home grown flowers.
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I had a brilliant time last Saturday with Claire and Stephen walking around beautiful countryside in Milton Keynes (I know the last two don’t sound very typical together, but let’s not forget Milton Keynes is located in Buckinghamshire with its lovely rural landscapes). Claire and Stephen are a joy to have in front of the camera and just to hang out with. I love their autumnal look and how perfectly it worked with the surroundings. I thought I’d share some of the images straight away before this beautiful season is ended. Claire and Stephen’s wedding is just around the corner and at one of my favourite venues in Bucks – Chicheley Hall. I can’t wait
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There are some people who once you met you will never forget. And there are some weddings which are just absolutely not possible to forget. Di & Jasper are two of those kind of people and their wedding was one of the most memorable for sure! The moment I met this couple I knew their wedding will be far from ordinary – and I was not dissapointed. The energy and passion Di and Jasper bring with them is just incredible. But what is far more important than that is these guys have the biggest hearts and it’s a true joy to be around them. Di & Jasper, on the day (and after) you said ‘Thank you’ so many times for doing what is essentially my job. But really it should be me saying a massive Thank you for booking me and giving a privilege to witness one mindblowing wedding! Such a pleasure to meet you both And a Thank you to my other lovely couple Frances and Tris for referring me to Di and Jasper.
Here are a few of my favourite images from the wedding which took place at the lovely and incredibly friendly Haughley Park Barn in Suffolk.
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Chronologically I should have shown Fong and Long’s engagment session in Holland Park first. But I just can’t wait any longer to share some of their wedding pictures. Fong and Long celebrated their big day in style at this luxurious yet very cosy venue in London – Chandos House. They had a beautiful civil ceremony followed by a traditional Chinese wedding tea ceremony. It was one spectacular day, a true feast for eyes! (and tummies ) Here are some preview images below.
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I am a London and Buckinghamshire wedding photographer working throughout the UK. My style would be best described as contemporary reportage wedding photography. When I’m not busy doing weddings I am a portrait and family photographer mostly covering Milton Keynes and surrounding areas where I am based.
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Life has been crazy recently. I could probably write a book about being a self-employed mother of two young kids. You know getting up at 5 because someone is theething, doing a school run, cooking, feeding, cleaning (or attempting to), providing afterschool enterntainment. And then in between all that making sure the business is running, answering emails, doing online research (oh yeah, you can call it web browsing & facebooking if you wish), admin tasks, editing when the little one is asleep. So yes, I could potentially write a book (perhaps when I’m retired). But the thing is (and I know that for sure) I am not the only one like this. I know many women who chose this path of being a staying at home mum with a business to run (there are plenty of us in the wedding industry – florists, MUA artists, planners, etc.) So I’m not trying to say that I am a superhero (although I do feel like one sometimes). All I was going to say actually was that I don’t have that much time for blogging anymore.. Which I miss a lot. Last night when I was editing another stunning wedding I was itching to show you what I was up to this summer. There are so many truly beautiful and amazing weddings I’d like to share here (I am more likely share some sneak peeks on my Facebook page nowadays)! But it was time for my beauty sleep and here I am writing a personal post instead. So please forgive me my frequent silence here, especially if I shot your wedding and didn’t blog it yet. I do hope to catch up on blogging during quieter winter months.
Here are some recent frames from us with love xx
My August was supposed to be a quieter month, but with some last minute wedding bookings I’m still pretty busy. Which is amazing as I get to see some incredibly beautiful weddings and people! Here are a few frames from the wedding I shot last weekend in a small village of Radnage near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. Deborah and Dan celebrated their exquisite vintage inspired wedding at the Three Horseshoes – an old traditional fine dining pub and inn where I previously shot another wedding.
Congratulations to Deborah, Dan and thier beautiful little angel Amelie!
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