Receiving a thank you card from a bride and groom always gives us a warm fuzzy feeling. We received one this week from a couple we photographed towards the end of last year. I had to share some of their words. “A massive thank you for all the work you put into our wedding photos. You guys were so great on the day, we hardly knew you were taking our photo at times! And the photos are PERFECT. Seriously, they were exactly what we were hoping for & we’re dead chuffed with them!”
So after blogging twice in four months, I’ve posted four weddings in one day. I think we’re back in action! Here’s a beautiful image from Claire and Andrew’s wedding at Careys Manor two weeks ago. It’s nice to see something a little different chosen for the sneak peek image. Let me know what you think.
To my regular readers, I apologise for seriously neglecting the blog so far this year. Fear not, she will be back in ship-shape. Back in January, yes January! my wedding season started at the Marwell Hotel for Kev and Roxy’s wedding. Here’s a shot from their special day.
This was my last wedding shoot of 2012, and what a year it was! I’d like to say a huge thank you to all the fabulous couples I worked with throughout the year, it really was my best yet. I honestly believe I have one of the best jobs in the world. I still pinch myself thinking how lucky I am. None of it would be possible without you, so a massive thank you again to all of you. Christen and Chris were married in Southampton and celebrated their evening reception with a 1920s murder mystery party, complete with actors […]
I’ve still got two more wedding sneak peeks to show you all from December 2012. Carly and Charlie had their wedding reception at the Eastclose Hotel in Christchurch, Dorset. They had possibly the best wedding cake I’ve ever seen! I couldn’t resist uploading a few shots of it so you could see.
Charlotte and Fab wanted to celebrate their engagement with a ‘snowy photoshoot’. So two weeks ago, when the snow covered most of the country we made the most of it. We went to the Southampton common, one of my favourite spots for on-location shoots in the area. They wanted a very specific look. Below are my highlights.