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More often than not couples want to capture some formal group shots of family and friends. Even with the best ushering in the world it can take up to 5 minutes for each photo combination. Here are my top tips to achieving stress-free wedding group photos – so that you...
When Leanne and Richard first told me about their plans for a summertime wedding with a relaxed Irish vibe and an owl as the ring bearer, of course I couldn’t wait to get involved!
Harriet and Luke planned a summertime London wedding with a relaxed vibe and blush colour theme. What’s more, the couple had double the reason to celebrate! Harriet would be seven months pregnant at the time of the big day!
Silchester Farm is a venue that I just adore! So when Little London Brides asked if I wanted to collaborate, I jumped at the chance to head back to there to showcase some truly show stopping bridal gowns.
Lauren and James’ wedding was elegant and relaxed. The couple enjoyed a champagne reception in the gardens, cut their cake at the temple, and dined in a stunning marquee in the grounds. They absolutely made the most of what the Cotswolds has to offer.
Every wedding is wonderful, but as a Covid-postponed couple Katy and Joe’s big day holds a special place in my heart. Their wedding at Burley Manor in the New Forest had some of the most amazing floral decor I’ve ever seen!
In their own words, the vision for Shay and Matt’s day was ‘a blend of an English white wedding, and a traditional Indian celebration’. It was a day that oozed elegance with an incredible floral arch, stunning styling, live guitarists, indoor fireworks…I could go on.
Amy and Nick had a summertime wedding with a relaxed vibe and coral colour theme – and the day ended with fun group shots in a field! What’s not to love?!
If I could sum up Gabby and Joe’s day in three words, I’d say boots, bows and…the Beatles! Surrounded by just their closest family, Gabby and Joe wed at Reading Town Hall, before heading back to the most amazing airbnb for their reception – Church House, Berkshire.
Every wedding is wonderful, but as one of the first ever couples to book me as their wedding photographer, Becky and Kane’s big day was always going to hold a special place in my heart.
Keeret and Adrian’s springtime celebration at Oakley Hall was such a delight. What’s more, the fabulous Hampshire country estate is a stone’s throw away from my home, so I know it inside out!
Each wedding is unique and each couple’s priorities for their photography are different. So when it comes to deciding whether a second photographer is right for your day, here are a few things to consider.
When Becky and Dan asked me to return to one of my favourite venues to capture their big day, as a Hedsor House wedding photographer, of course I jumped at the opportunity!
The ‘getting ready’ pictures are often some of the most treasured because they give your other half an insight into the part of the day they usually aren’t privy to. Here are my top tips for perfect bridal and groom prep photos!
Let’s face it, it’s something most of us worry about. But British weather is unpredictable. Whilst we’d all love to be able to book our dream wedding day weather, unfortunately it doesn’t work like that. Here are my tips for being prepared for all conditions!
When Melissa and Ben asked me to capture their big day at one of my favourite Hampshire wedding venues, as a Clock Barn wedding photographer I jumped at the opportunity!
When Anna and Sam first told me about their plans to marry on the tenth anniversary of becoming a couple, I just knew their day was going to blow me away!
When I was asked if I wanted to collaborate at Silchester Farm, I jumped at the chance! Little London Brides is a beautiful bridal boutique. They offer brides across Hampshire and beyond the most beautiful selection of wedding gowns and accessories. I couldn’t wait to showcase them.
Ani and Shane, like so many couples, had had their wedding plans scuppered by COVID. Not able to have the big day that they dreamed of, they decided to just go for it and say their ‘I dos’ in an intimate ceremony instead. And it was oh so special!
I’m here to confidently reassure you that having worked at your venue before (or not) really isn’t a big deal – and to explain why it certainly shouldn’t be a deal breaker when choosing your dream photographer!
Once the nerve-wracking part is over, the vows have been said and the rings have been exchanged, it’s time to stroll into married life through a blizzard of confetti. Here are my tips for a showstopping wedding confetti photo.
After what seemed like a very long lockdown and an even longer winter, Spring has finally sprung! My passion had been in hibernation since December due to the restrictions, so it goes without saying that I was SO ready to get back shooting again!
Thoughtfully chosen by you, exquisitely captured by me. Wedding details photography involves capturing the carefully selected elements that make your big day unique.
2020 certainly provided more than its fair share of surprises. But this late December wedding was certainly one of the best! Picture the scene – it’s 6pm on 23rd December and my phone rings. “Chloë! Boris has just announced that we’re going into tier 4 on Boxing Day. We’re bringing the wedding forward – please say you’re free tomorrow?!”