Real weddings

Having just been asked to submit a series of images for an online wedding blog, I thought I’d take the opportunity to have a quick round up of all the ‘real weddings’ I’ve had been featured by wedding blogs during the past couple of years.

Not only will this give you a good feel for my documentary approach to photography, but may even present you with a smidgen of inspiration for your forthcoming celebrations. Click on the names of each couple to be taken to the relevant blog feature.

1. Gary & Heather were married in Somerset, with a reception at the splendid Maunsel House. Enjoyed on a glorious summers’ day, with oodles of style including split screen VW campers and Vespas, this is a wedding that the uber trendy amongst you are sure to enjoy. Featured on The English Wedding.

A bride and groom take a stroll round the beautiful grounds of Maunsel House

2. Steen & Georgina celebrated their wedding at one of the oldest Baroque churches in the UK which made for a glorious photographic backdrop to the day! Add to that a traditional English tea party with a drinks reception on the banks of the River Severn, and you have yourself a rather fabulous wedding day. Kindly featured on The Wedding Vine.

3. Claire & James‘ rustic Easter wedding, celebrated at Kingscote Barn in the Cotswolds, was featured on The Natural Wedding Company. With LOADS of ideas for DIY personal touches, this wedding really was a very special day, full of thoughtfulness and love.

A black wooden sign points guests towards James and Claire's wedding at Kingscote Barn

4. Kieran & Luci (a self confessed weddingplanaholic!) chose Rivervale Barn, Yateley as their Hampshire wedding venue. With colour accents of vintage pinks and dusky greys, and a gentle nod in the direction of Alice in Wonderland, this wedding was featured on the undisputed Queen of UK wedding blogs, Rock My Wedding.

5. Nathan & Lucy chose one of my favourite Berkshire wedding venues, Wasing Park, to host their celebrations, and was featured on The Wedding Vine. Punctuated by bright colour accents in stunning floral arrangements, this was a wedding full of fun, laughter and a flash mob!

Two flowergirls and a page boy lead the bride and her bridesmaids at Wasing Park

Once you’ve had a chance to look through some, or all, of these real weddings, if you feel my documentary approach would best capture your wedding day celebrations, I’d love to hear from you via the contact form on the main menu. And if you’ve been inspired by any of the details, please do share via the comments boxes below. I’m sure my past brides and grooms would love to know they’re inspiring the weddings of the future!

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