Us photographers can be a funny bunch. Obsessed with the weather, chasing the soft, golden light that comes (sometimes) in the late afternoon, excited when it snows (amazing backdrops) and up for experimenting creatively when it rains.
Natural daylight is important to me, because it’s always my aim to create genuinely beautiful wedding photographs, however the variance of light on any given day is huge and this will impact your wedding images – something you probably haven’t had to consider or be aware of before. So here are my tips on how to plan for the perfect light on your wedding day, as a little prep can make all the difference. Continue reading →
Getting engaged is one of the exciting parts of any relationship. My husband and I recently celebrated our seventh wedding anniversary, yet I remember so clearly how it felt in the weeks and months after we decided to tie the knot. For anyone who has just got engaged, I wanted to share the advice I’ve gathered, for making the most of the wonderful glow which surrounds your proposal:
Spending so much time working amidst weddings and having built some great relationships with reputable florists and other wedding professionals I thought it was pretty daft of me not to share this knowledge with couples getting married. If I can help answer some of those questions that you’d been pondering over as you began planning your day then I’ll be a happy bunny. So in the first of a series of blog posts to help with planning your wedding, let’s start with your wedding flowers. Continue reading →