Oh my goodness, so this wedding was an absolute delight to photograph!
The lovely Dan and Megan got married on the 2nd of September at Broadfield Court. The place was brimming with location beauty … I was so excited to shoot here AND I was given an epically cool bride to capture in Meg – as I think you will agree!
The rain did fall but that did not phase us! Everyone was very chilled about sitting through the ceremony under their brollies. There was a wonderful moment where Dan and Megan had to turn and face each other for their vows and in a very dramatic ‘period drama’ moment, Dan threw down the umbrella to take his Bride’s hand! Awwwww!
It was a real pleasure to be with this delightful bunch on such a happy day. Meg and Dan are a really great couple and I’m so glad they have found love in each other.
Due to this nasty ol’ pandemic, I got to shoot my FIRST wedding of the year on the 22nd of August!!
It’s been quite a kick to the metaphorical shin not getting to work this wedding season but a delightfully eccentric couple bought joy and colour for me to capture at their intimate wedding!
Laura & The Goth were due to get married in London back in May but obviously their plans were scuppered. They couldn’t wait any longer to get married, so hot-footed it to Llandrindod Wells registry office and asked me to join them. With the Welsh restrictions, only 6 people were allowed into the ceremony, so I got to be a witness!! A lovely and surreal honour!
After the ceremony we went around the scenic Rock Park and then over to the river in Knighton with Lauras parents and Goths ‘Best Wo(man)’!
It was belting it down with rain for the vast majority of the photos but that didn’t dampen the mood. This little party were full of happy beans and up for getting a bit soggy … Bravo!
I will be photographing Laura & Goths official ‘wedding day’ at some future date yet to be determined. So expect more colour and creativity to come!