It was a particularly hot summer’s day when I first met Rosie and Thanasis in Southorpe. We spent about an hour chatting through wedding ideas in the garden, sunglasses on, drinking cups of tea in the sunshine. I remember thinking that we’d be very lucky to be spend this much time outside at the end of October, so was totally thrilled when we were blessed with such mild weather on their wedding day.
Rosie and Thanasis got married at Barnack church and celebrated with a huge party at Rosie’s parents’ home in nearby Southorpe in late October last year. The villages surround Stamford are totally gorgeous, I feel so lucky to be a wedding photographer in this part of England. When Autumn comes there’s lots of colour to be found and Rosie and Thanasis used this warm and rustic palette to inspire their day. They wanted their wedding photography to be as unobtrusive and relaxed as possible which is absolutely the best way to enjoy your day I believe. We decided to take no formal photos at all until the drinks reception began, and even then we only spent around 30 minutes on their group and couple photos combined. Rosie’s parents’ garden led out onto a public footpath which gave us a nice quiet location to hide away in as guests arrived. It was all very peaceful until we were totally swamped by an enormous swarm of ladybirds! They were absolutely everywhere and eventually we had to give in and take shelter! With lots of Greek food and dancing the evening was super fun, the Greek band kept everyone entertained and on the dance floor all night. I love photographing energetic dancing, even though I got a bit too close at one point and nearly landed a foot in my camera! I really hope you enjoy browsing through some of their photos on today’s blog, congratulations again Rosie and Thanasis and thank you for having me along to capture it all!
Published March 8th, 2018
As a Stamford wedding photographer I’m really lucky to work in the most gorgeous part of the country. Being based right on the edge of Rutland means a lot of the weddings I shoot take place at private homes and gardens which is great, because each setting is totally unique and pretty unlikely to be Read More
Published February 7th, 2018
Hedsor House is easily one of the most beautiful and photogenic wedding venues in Buckinghamshire. When Ros and Andrew first enquired about their October wedding there I was very excited, and kept my fingers crossed the weather would be good enough to get at least a few photos outside. When the day rolled round we certainly Read More
Published December 27th, 2017
So last Tuesday was just a typical weekday in my office. Answering emails, editing and planning next year’s shoots. I was actually just clocking off for the evening when a quick glance at my messages stopped me in my tracks – I’d just been Highly Commended for the East Midland’s Best Wedding Photographer in the Wedding Industry Awards. Read More
Published May 29th, 2017
Charli and Will’s Rutland wedding was full of the sights, sounds and scents of the English countryside. In fact when I look back through their pictures I can still smell the beautiful herbal centre-pieces and honey-scented bouquets – divine. Set in the beautiful Rutland village of Barrowden with over 120 guests, Charli and Will’s wedding Read More
Published May 4th, 2017
Every time I head out to a wedding I go with the sole purpose of creating a beautiful set of images that my couples will love. I’ve never really thought much about entering competitions, but this year I thought it could be a fun thing to try out and am so really thrilled to announce Read More
Published September 14th, 2016
Katie and James’ wedding took place at the gorgeous Oakham Castle in Rutland and the William Cecil in Stamford. I absolutely loved Katie’s Mia Mia dress with its stunning floral broderie anglaise and James’ fun geometric tie. These two had obviously put a lot of thought into the look of their day and they styled their Read More
Published November 22nd, 2015
As a Rutland wedding photographer I’m incredibly lucky to visit a place full of gorgeous little villages and rolling hills for my job. As I recently relocated to the area I thought I’d share some of my favourite Rutland weddings to celebrate the beauty of the UK’s smallest county. If you’re getting married in Oakham, Uppingham or Read More