Saturday, 21 September 2013

Victoria & Aaron's Wedding

I was delighted to be chosen to photograph Victoria & Aaron's Wedding at the beautifully rustic Pimhill Barn in Shrewsbury, my first visit of many coming up in the near future. I knew, right from our initial meeting, that the day they were planning would be one to remember - stylish, creative, fun, and modern to name a few and because of this, they chose their suppliers very carefully.

I'm happy to say that everything came together perfectly to give the guys exactly the wedding they wanted.  Highlights - Victoria looking stunning in her vintage gown, Aaron's dapper outfit complete with Lego 'Superhero' buttonhole, the Bride 's arrival by motorbike, the intimate and personal ceremony, the wedding breakfast of 'make your own' pizza and the stunning, natural couple shots that we managed to create, helped by the late sun creating fantastic colours. The list could go on and on...

Pimhill was the perfect blank canvas for the guys to impart their ideas. With both being very creative and Aaron a great photographer in his own right, they planned each element to a fine detail paying close attention on creating a relaxed and fun atmosphere for their guests, which hopefully, you will see in the images below.

- I had the pleasure to work with Matt & Pete from Rozier Wilkinson Wedding Cinematography. Click the link and view their amazing Highlights Video.


  1. Thank you for such amazing photos! :-D

  2. As I'm sure your viewers can appreciate we are so over the moon with the quality of your photos and how perfectly you captured our day. I still can't quite believe how smoothly the whole event went (nor that we haven't managed to get away on our honeymoon yet!), but I can be sure that it was the very best day of our lives and that we are enjoying every married moment since.

    Huge thanks from us both

    Aaron & Victoria x

  3. Victoria & Aaron's Wedding is spectacular. All the stuff is very inspirational. We also would be tying the knot in this year. It's been a big struggle of us to find budget friendly NYC wedding venues for our big day. We want a vintage inspired ceremony so it will be great if you could provide any recommendations here.