“As soon as we saw Natasha’s online portfolio we knew we loved the style of her photography, she seemed to capture so many special moments. When we originally met with Natasha, we were very impressed with her professionalism and her understanding of what we were looking for from our photographs. Natasha captured our wedding day beautifully. Despite the less than perfect weather conditions Natasha produced some amazing shots and was very adaptable on the day. She has exceptional attention to detail and looking back through the photos was like reliving the day all over again but with the bonus of her having captured things we couldn’t have noticed on the day – our guests and decor in particular. We loved working with her and would wholeheartedly recommend her to anyone looking for a wonderful photographer!” – Lindsey.
It was my pleasure to photograph Lindsey and Andy’s winter wedding at the Tythe Barn last month. There was no snow, but Christmas carols during the wedding ceremony were pretty amazing! I had a chance to get to know Lindsey and Andy beforehand, over the pre-wedding shoot with their little girl Sophia and it felt like I’ve known them for some time (I’m yet to blog that shoot). They are both positive, kind, ambitious and down to earth people (I know a great combo!) Last year was a big one for them with the arrival of the firstborn, new home and the wedding at the end of it! Tythe Barn provides a great space and atmosphere for a winter wedding. I love how warm and cozy this place feels. The fairy lights and candles together with the flower arrangements (Andy’s Mum Maureen put them together) make the venue look simply magical. Here are some of my favourite shots telling the story of the day.
Lindsey got ready at the Weston Manor | Dress by Pronovias | Hair & Make-up by Cat Fransham, Make up for Brides | Flowers by Maureen Robinson (groom’s Mother) | Cake by Nikki Smyth (friend) | Wedding filming by Reel Weddings
Thanks to my colleague Nick for coming along and many great shots!VIEW FULL POST »