Category Archives: Hotel Weddings

Meet Donna, a little lady with a big smile and an even bigger dress – so big it needed a ladder to hold it up … After a few preparation shots with Donna and her family, it was off into the heat of the day to Ascot to meet Adam at St Francis catholic church. […]

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Day Two – The Wedding of the year … so far. Anyone who was bored at Alice and Mike’s wedding at the Grove last weekend deserved to be thrown out.  They were determined to give their guests a great time and every minute of the day was filled.  In no particular order they had … […]

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Day One – The Mike Sales Golf Society The forecast on Friday was for rain … all day.  I have to admit I really was not looking forward to six hours walking round a golf course at The Grove in the rain photographing a group of guys probably feeling the same way.  But by some […]

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I’ll start by saying I half promised Matt that I’d remove all the photos of him looking emotional during the ceremony … but then there wouldn’t be any ceremony photos at all … As I drove down to London through the driving rain prospects were not looking good for enjoying the Bingham Hotel’s gardens on […]

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It felt like the first day of spring en route to Jo and Enrique’s London wedding, blue skies and long forgotten warmth ! Town Hall Hotel was looking fantastic as it always does so after a few shots around the place it was off to see Jo and two of her four sisters. Shall we […]

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A first for me, a wedding on Christmas Eve in London ! I met Sonia and Alexander at the Sherlock Holmes Hotel on Baker Street just in time to catch the last of their preparations, and then into a black cab to pick up their flowers from a nearby florist before heading to Old Marylebone […]

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Take one beautiful stately home, add the Blues Brothers, sheep, fair ground stalls, a hidden night club and a overdose of hugging and you have one epic wedding.  I started the day at the stunning Hartwell House with Mike to welcome the guests and then the serenity of the Buckinghamshire countryside was shattered by the […]

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The next day I was in Manchester, and it rained, some stereotypes are true it would seem.  Nothing that would worry Emily and Alasdair however as everything was taking place inside the very grand Midland Hotel in the heart of the city.  And when I say everything, I don’t think I got a breather for […]

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