Category Archives: Autumn Weddings

Perfect autumn weather for Joely and Tom’s wedding last weekend, bright and sunny with the leaves just starting to turn on the trees, ideal for a Gaynes park wedding. Joely and Tom’s parents live just minutes from each other in Barnet so I had to brave the M25 to spend a short time with each […]

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It was a crisp and sunny Saturday for Steph and Bernie’s autumn wedding at Pembroke Lodge in London’s Richmond Park, which I was very pleased to see after a few Saturdays of less than ideal wedding weather. I started with Bernie and the boys for the last of their preparations and a quick good luck […]

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A very local wedding for me this weekend, Alex and Wil were getting married at Kimberley Hall which is just 15 minutes from me, but to start the day I joined the girls at a barn they had hired nearby. Lots of girls… Alex and Wil live in the US and many of their friends […]

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Some days it rains, but the show must go on… After a sunny week, it was raining when I arrived in Oxfordshire to document Pippa and Mark’s garden wedding, the weather looked like it was settling in for the day. After capturing the last of the girl’s preparations and the boys lunch at the local […]

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My first wedding after a couple of weeks holiday and it was a corker! I had a big grin on my face all day at Jodie and David’s fantastic wedding at the St Giles Hotel, in my book the best wedding venue in Norwich. I’ve known David for many years and he gave me the […]

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Sharon and Nick were both born in the UK but have lived for many years in Australia, so when it came to their wedding back in London they want to soak up some of the sights. I met them to catch the last of their preparations at the Zettler Townhouse before jumping in a black […]

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Maybe the one of the tiniest wedding venues I’ve worked in, but where would be more appropriate for a couple of playwrights to be wed than the stage at the Electric Picture Palace in Southwold? It’s easily missed in a suburban backstreet, but squeeze through the doors and you step into a miniature bygone world. […]

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