Saturday, 21 July 2012

Stacey & Mark's Wedding

A really special blog post featuring the wedding of Stacey & Mark Underhill. They were married at their local church in Wickhamford, in the Cotswolds, and had their reception in a marquee in the field behind Stacey's parents house. As you can expect this made for a very relaxed, personal celebration that went long into the night!
The highlight has to be Stacey arriving on horseback to the ceremony which was a lovely touch. I can only guess that wearing a wedding dress made the whole affair a bit tricky (understatement) but she handled it perfectly and I'm sure it was very special for her. I've also got to mention those striking 'Kurt Geiger' shoes that made every single image pop!
It was a really lovely wedding to be a part of and I wish them all the happiness in their future together.
They even had an unscheduled spitfire flyover! Good job I have 14 camera's round my neck at all times ;-)

Saturday, 7 July 2012

Jo & Andy's Wedding

New blog post showcasing the wedding of Jo & Andy back in July. They were married at Ashley Church, near Market Drayton and had their wedding reception at Albrighton Hall in Shrewsbury, a beautiful venue where I have done many other weddings before.
They are a really lovely, down to earth couple who I have enjoyed spending time with ever since their pre-wedding shoot all those months ago. Jo's family and bridesmaids made for a very enjoyable, relaxed morning as I began photographing their preparations, along with her dress and detail's.
When I met the guys at the church they were all in great spirits and Andy showed little nerves as the anticipation built before the ceremony began. Jo used her bride's prerogative of being a few minutes late, which Andy will attest to being a regular occurrence on her part! She arrived in a beautiful classic car, very fitting for the day, with her very proud father by her side.
They succeeded in planning a wedding which was traditional in its execution but had many personal, creative touches which, made the job of photographing the day a real pleasure.
I wish Mr & Mrs Furnival a lifetime of happiness together...