There’s not much more lovely than a morning stroll through Richmond on a Sunday in the spring. Have I mentioned how much I love this time of year already?!
It’s definitely spring now! Blue sky and sunny days. I just love taking photos this time of year, there is blossom just about everywhere I look. Here are Yun & Phil in the first engagement / pre-wedding shoot of the year. I think the most rewarding aspect of my job is when I receive the loveliest feedback as I did with the photos from their session;
“Absolutely love love LOVE! I don’t know how you made two people who don’t usually like having pictures taken look relaxed and so happy! Fabulous colours, vibe and scenery, it’s exactly what we were looking for, your work is amazing, I could spend hours looking at them. Thank you.”
ceremony : St John the Evangalist, Waterbeach
reception : Childerley Hall Cambridge
caterer: The Movable Feast
entertainment : Goldmine Disco
flowers : Petals or Pearls
dress: Justin Alexander by Bride All
ceremony : L’eglise St Pierre-es-Liens du Haut-Langoiran
reception : Chateau Lagorce, Haux
Sam & Ed were looking for fun, colourful, relaxed and romantic images. Where’s better than Brighton Pier? I’d actually never been to Brighton Pier and I love any excuse to head towards any seaside so I was really hyped when began to plan this session.
Who says that photo shoots in the rain have to be a write off?! These engagement photographs were taken on a rainy day at South Farm in Cambridgeshire. I have to admit that I was a little disappointed that it started to rain the instant we arrived at the location. But as we started to walk into the farm that was soon forgotten. South Farm is a beautiful wedding venue, with so much attention to detail (and they even provide us with brollies so we could go a do some pretty pictures in the rain!). In between the showers, thankfully the rain ended and the sun came out for a few photos and a patch of blue sky appeared so we managed to grab a wonderful variety of images.