Renna and Steve had a very special wedding day surrounded by their family and friends at Aikwood Tower in the Scottish Borders. Steve and his groomsmen stayed at nearby Broadmeadows House the night before, where the bride and groom hosted a drinks reception for all their guests. Aikwood Tower was exclusively Renna and Steve’s for […]Read More Renna and Steve: Aikwood Tower
Holly and Andy had their wedding day in the beautiful village of Harome, North Yorkshire. They both got ready in separate cottages at The Pheasant Hotel, before heading across the road for their ceremony at St. Saviour’s Church. They then returned with their guests to The Pheasant Hotel for a sunny drinks reception in the gardens […]Read More Holly and Andy: The Pheasant Hotel
Emma and Dan had their beautiful wedding at Wynyard Golf Club surrounded by their friends and family. You could tell how happy Emma and Dan were to be marrying each other – they were both smiling from ear to ear all day long! Emma and her bridal party had their hair and make-up done at […]Read More Emma and Dan: Wynyard Golf Club
At most of the weddings I’m present at, it’s the norm for friends and family to be snapping away all day, usually on their phones but also on pretty decent cameras sometimes. I once met a couple who were considering an unplugged wedding – that is, telling all guests not to take or share any […]Read More Should you have an unplugged wedding?
I originally wrote this blog post as an article for Brides Keeping It Real. To see the original post, click here. When I meet couples who are planning their wedding, I always seem to get asked how the brides and grooms in my pictures look so relaxed and natural. Well, here’s the secret to […]Read More How to not look awkward in your wedding photographs