Chloe & Will- Long Furlong Barn

I met Chloe a while back now when she was assisting as a videographer with a company I worked with a lot, so I got to know her on a working level. I loved now vibrant Chloe and Will’s wedding was, from the flowers and red lipstick to the amazing pom pom’s Chloe and her mum made. Everything was very personal to them, Long Furlong Barn was beautiful as well, although it was a dreary day weather wise, their colourful details brightened everything up, the highlight for me was Chloe’s mum singing a song she had written when Chloe was born……and of course I teared up. Wishing you all the luck and happiness in your future together xx

Dress- Vittoria by Sofia Tolli
Shoes- Irregular Choice
MUA- Kitty Boo
Hair- Sharon Feltham
Cake- Rosie Robinson
Flowers- Flowercraft Lindfield
Venue- Long Furlong Barn
Caterers- Circa Events
Guitarist- Tim Barton

Sam & Sam- Hendall Manor Barn

So where to start on this one….. I have known Sam Mann for many years now, having lived in the same village for a bit and we also pulled pints together, so I always love photographing people I know. I hadn’t been to Hendall Manor before, it’s beautiful, it’s someones home, so you know it will be looked after, and even as staff members we were looked after, not always the case at some wedding venues. Sam being a web designer like myself, made sure all the little details were perfect and you could tell. Talking of Yorkshire Sam, this was evident down to his cufflinks and the flag flying above the barn, he was proper proud of his Northern roots and I tried really hard to not break out into my Yorkshire accent I had learnt for 3 months for a role in a play I did earlier this year, I wasn’t ready to be shot down. I want to say a massive thanks to my assistant Jade Eleanor Photography for staying a few hours extra to shoot the sparkler exit whilst I had to rush off for a double wedding weekend. I hope you had an amazing day and was this a good wedding?……Oh, aye it was…xx

Dress- Made with Love Bridal
MUA- Charlotte Olivia
Hair- Not Another Stylist
Flowers- Home Grown Flower Company
Band- Anna Jaichner

Camila & Charlie- Richmond Golf Club

I met these guys through a mutual friend Goldie, who you will see pics of him with his son in the blog. The day started off great when a lovely guys let me park in his drive seeing as I was struggling to park anywhere. I hadn’t been to Richmond golf club before, and we drove down a secluded drive to a stunning house. It was perfect weather and even had the best food for us. Thank you guys for having me as your photographer and hope I have captured it as you can remember….massive thank you to Sally from SomePlaceNicePhotography for assisting me xx

Greta & Will- Kingfishers- Cretingham Golf Club

I met Greta and Will through Will’s brother Tom who is a videographer. I met him at a very rainy wedding this last Summer. Greta is from Peru, and we spoke a lot about food and her culture when we met, enough so, it has made me want to go. Will surprised Greta with Llama’s on the day, and their decor reflected Greta’s heritage, and loved all the homemade gifts on the tables. Thanks for being a very laid back couple and flexible around me, due to lack of light etc…. I hope I captured your day how you remember and wishing all the luck in the future together as Mr & Mrs……xxx

Nicola & Ben- Hartsfield Manor

So I have been photographing these guys and their kids for years now, ever since Fraser was in Nicola’s tummy. So these guys are pro’s in-front of the cameras. And they didn’t disappoint on the day. They had their wedding at Hartsfield Manor in Surrey, a venue I have had been to laods of times. They had a F.R.I.E.N.D.S theme, all design by my friend Caz over at Little Lights Invites. Thanks to Jade Eleanor for assisting me on the day and producing her usual amazing photos. Wanna say a massive congrats Nic & Ben, and hopefully il be photographing your beautiful family for years to come. xx

Kayleigh & Charlotte- Five Oaks

So this wedding was one of my most challenging weddings due to the weather. It did not stop all day……we even had a tree fall down during the speeches and we had to stop whilst they chainsawed the rest down. Five Oaks is a brilliant wedding venue and Tim went out of his way to make sure the girls day went swimmingly (excuse the pun). These two are an awesome couple and despite the weather they day was beautiful and filled with lots of love. Here is just a snippet of your day….thanks to Jade Eleanor Photography for assisting me xx

Olivia & Jon- Garden Wedding

What a wedding this was…….Olivia is my acting teacher and more importantly she is a good friend of mine, so I jumped at the chance when she mentioned she was getting married in her parents garden. So naturally half the guests at this wedding were incredibly talented, actors and musicians, we even had an acapella version of the Greatest Showman, as they walked down the aisle. The person that stole the show was Olivia’s grandad, who had everyone in tears of laughter with his poems. Olivia & Jon’s first dance was actually a first song, they hired in a karaoke band, which I hadn’t seen before at a wedding. Everything was so relaxed and easy for me, I hope I have captured the day as you remember…..lots of love xx

Juliette & Ryan- Woldingham School

Juliette & Ryan got married at the gorgeous Woldingham School, after meeting them a few weeks before and getting completely lost and having to go up the hill I fear the most...Succombs hill, I arrived at the correct entrance at Woldingham School. The winding long drive leads you to this really old boarding school which opens it's door in the Summer holidays. Ok their day did rain, a little, and we were so lucky it stopped enough for us to run out and do some portraits and confetti. They had the most amazing band in the evening and Juliette looked stunning in her slimline dress. Congrats guys....I hope I have captured your day perfectly......xx