I first met Andy in Freshers week at good ol’ Nottingham Trent University & soon got introduced to the lovely Rach too. I’ve known the pair for nine years now so when Rach asked me to be a part of their big day, I was so honoured & couldn’t wait to see them tie the knot!
After a calm & collected morning with the girls, it was over to Keythorpe Manor to make it official & get the pair wed. Once The Oak Barn was filled with their nearest & dearest, Andy stood waiting at the top of the aisle for his soon-to-be wife. Rach looked uhhh-mazing as she walked down the aisle, arm in arm with her big bro… an emotional Andy trying to (unsuccessfully) compose himself!
After they were announced Husband & Wife it was out into the sunshine to celebrate their marriage with their loved ones. Barry the cockapoo even made a guest appearance to give his best wishes to his mum & dad! It was the perfect day all round!
Andy & Rach, thanks so much for asking me to be your photographer. I hope you’re having an amazing time down in Cornwall with Barry <3
Karly & Chris chose to tie the knot at the iconic Liver Building in Liverpool! It was my first time shooting there and I was super excited to photograph a wedding in the infamous building. The space was decorated beautifully, with pale blue & peach flowers, giant balloons & a flower arch. I didn’t expect the venue to be so light and airy but with floor to ceiling windows, the light was beautiful!
An emotional Chris waited for Karly to walk down the aisle, arm in arm with her mum. After the pair met at the end of the aisle, they made it official in a room full of smiling faces! I absolutely love that Karly’s bridal party was made up of both Bridesmaids & Bridesmen. It’s such an old tradition for the girls to stick with the girls & guys to stick with the guys so it was great to see Karly mixing it up & just having her nearest & dearest accompany her down the aisle!
Karly & Chris, thanks so much for asking me to be a part of your special day. You were an absolutely pleasure photograph & I hope you love them as much as I do! <3
Alyssa & Sam
West Tower Wedding Photography // Lancashire Wedding Photographer
The Outbuildings is a quirky little wedding venue in Anglesey, North Wales. Surrounded by Welsh fields filled with fluffy white sheep & even has it’s very own pink farm house, making the perfect backdrop for some colourful wedding photography.
I had the pleasure of meeting Rachel & Kristian for their pre-wedding beach shoot earlier in the year. They are both such lovely people & were so happy telling me all about their plans for the big day, I came away so excited for the day to come around!
After the pair tied the knot in front of a beautiful floral arch, it was outside to enjoy pour-your-own pints and ice-cream cones! Next up was an appearance from The Diamond Boys. Now I don’t often do supplier shout out’s unless I see something absolutely incredible… & The Diamond Boys were just that! By far one of the best bands I’ve ever met & you can see for yourself how much the guests loved them! By the end of their set they had every single guest joining in, circled around them singing their hearts out.
It was such an wonderful day & the cherry on the top was the most epic golden hour just as I was saying my goodbyes. We’d waited and waited all evening for the sun & clouds to aline to give us some beautiful light & they did, just in the nick of time!
Rachel & Kristian, thank you so much for asking me to be a part of your day. I hope you love your photos of much as I do <3
Rachel & Adam
Eyam Hall Wedding // Derbyshire Wedding Photographer
Rachel & Adam chose to tie the knot on the hottest day of the year, in the beautiful Eyam Hall in Derbyshire. As it was such a amazing day, they were lucky enough to be able to have their ceremony outside, in a beautiful spot in the hall’s gardens.
After the I do’s were said & the pair were officially declared Husband & Wife, it was off to the gardens to enjoy a Pimms reception in the sunshine. Once everyone had cooled off & worked up an appetite it was into the marquee for the most epic afternoon tea I’ve ever seen!
The marquee was decorated beautifully, with paper lanterns hanging from the roof & mis match vintage china plates for everyone. The star of the show was Lily, a 12 year old Labrador, who lay quietly at her mum’s feet through the meal & speeches, looking quiet the part in her floral collar!
Rachel & Adam, thank-you so much for asking me to be your photographer & I hope you’re having an amazing time off on your adventures! <3