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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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There’s only one way to describe this Corinthia hotel wedding – non stop! Other words might include epic, amazing, pink! and maybe a little drunken… It was a glorious summer day in central London for Anastasia and Alan’s Russian / Scottish wedding. Being in the middle of town of course means that there’s not a […]

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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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It must be pretty tough to get lost on an island five miles wide eh? If you’re travelling to Guernsey think again! After landing on Friday, my first thought was to go recce Jessica’s parents place and the church – I pretty soon realised that Guernsey postcodes don’t match up to real world locations on […]

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I arrived at Jess’s house in the middle of a hair emergency, but it was short lived thanks to some skilled bridesmaid intervention. Things were a lot calmer then and after seeing Jess into her dress I was off to meet Heath at their wedding venue – Cripps Stone Barn near Cheltenham in the Cotswolds. […]

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The recipe for a totally chilled wedding ? Practice it would appear … Mohini and Ed had a small registry office wedding the weekend before, followed by an Indian wedding on Wednesday and then today’s humanist wedding at the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green. So they were old hands at this wedding game before […]

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My last wedding of the summer before we head into autumn and it was off to Hertfordshire for Ginny and Alistair’s wedding in the magnificent St. Albans Abbey and Cathedral. Ginny and the girls were getting ready at her parents home just north of the town and later we would be returning for their marquee […]

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