If there’s one way to grab a wedding photographer’s attention it’s to write an enquiry which shows lots of personality. And that’s exactly the kind of email I got from Catrin and Chris when they got in touch about their wedding photography at Barcombe Village Hall. They were hoping for a laid-back day with “feasting, dancing and a good old knees up to follow”. Along with the promise of decorating the hall with lots of “kitsch tat” (their words!) I was sold!
Catrin and Chris are one of those couples you can’t help but love. They met as students at the University of York (which happens to be the same university I went to) and have the sweetest couple dynamic you’ve ever seen.
Their wedding took place in October 2016 a The Old Chapel Centre in Alfriston, Sussex and was followed by a reception at Barcombe Village Hall nearby. The town of Alfriston is steeped in history, dotted with pretty cottages and quirky, tumble-down streets it’s thought to have inspired the hymn ‘Morning Has Broken’ which was written there in the 1930s. As Catrin is a professional singer I thought that was a cute bit of trivia! After their ceremony we spent a good while exploring the village to get some fun and relaxed couple shots. The only problem was there were so many potential locations it was hard to decide where to go next!
As promised there was indeed lots of quirky and off-the-wall detail adorning the village hall – everything from bright pink deer to gold dinosaurs. I think it’s so important that you plan the wedding you want and don’t give into particular expectations or formalities if you don’t want them. After all a wedding is celebration of your unique relationship and should reflect that. In my book if that includes pink deer and dinosaurs then that’s particularly awesome. Thanks so much for choosing me to photograph your wedding Catrin and Chris, it was a total joy!
Published December 15th, 2016
Georgi is a true artist; a wonderful photographer who made me and my husband feel totally at ease in front of the camera, and really captured the feel of our wedding day in our pictures. Georgi’s photography is full of joy, light and – most importantly for us when we were selecting a photographer – Read More
Published September 19th, 2016
Sometimes as a wedding photographer you receive an enquiry which fills you with a certain kind of nervous excitement. Yep, that’s the one… an enquiry from another wedding photographer! Lee and Grace asked me to shoot their wedding way back in 2014 and I must admit I was very flattered because Lee is a really, Read More
Published October 8th, 2015
As a wedding photographer in Bourne I’d been dying to shoot at one of the latest wedding venues in the area – Irnham Hall. I’d heard a lot about it, so when Rachel and Gavin got in touch and told me they’d chosen Irnham as the venue for their festival-style wedding I got very excited Read More
Published April 5th, 2015
I was so excited for Kelly & Toby’s wedding in August 2014 I could barely sleep the night before. Thats not an exaggeration either and I’m sure you’ll see why in the blog post below… Kelly and Toby wanted a totally non-traditional wedding. No frills, no fuss and, unusually for me as a wedding photographer, no posed photos Read More
Published June 21st, 2014
A whirlwind of colour, creativity and quirkiness…. That’s how I’d sum up Kim and Rory’s wedding at Dove Barn in Suffolk! Kim and Rory got married at St Mary’s church in the quintessential village of Cavendish in Suffolk on a warm, sunny day in August. Knowing there would be a lot to photograph I suggested Read More
Published February 27th, 2013
Kim and Adam decided to get married at Polhawn Fort in Cornwall after searching for quirky wedding venues online. The beautifully decorated fish cellars and privacy of the location, tucked away on steep cliffs near Plymouth, made their wedding a very intimate and relaxed affair which was great fun to shoot. As a photographer herself Read More
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