When I first met with Nikki and Andrew to chat about their December wedding Nikki told me she’d always dreamed of it snowing on their wedding day. So when I woke up on the day of the wedding to be greeted by a thick blanket of snow I was over the moon for her, although a little nervous as this would be my first white wedding too!
Nikki and Andrew got married at Stoke Rochford Hall in Nottinghamshire, a stunning venue with a warm and cosy atmosphere – perfect for a winter wedding. The ceremony took place in the orangery which allowed the the sunshine to stream through, and afterwards headed outside for some shots in the snow. As this was my first wedding in snowy conditions I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, so it was an absolute joy to find that Nikki and Andrew were totally up for donning blankets and boots to tackle to cold. Our efforts were rewarded with the most gorgeous set of photos which I’m so happy to share with you today, enjoy!
Published January 29th, 2017
I love a good winter wedding. They have such a warm and cosy atmosphere when it’s chilly outside, and even more so if there’s a beautiful blanket of snow. In the last six years I’ve only ever photographed three snowy weddings, two of which have been at Stoke Rochford Hall near Grantham, three years apart Read More
Published February 8th, 2016
Camilla and Jamie’s Uppingham wedding took place in mid-December last year. Uppingham is a beautiful Rutland market town with a cosy atmosphere and quirky architecture, I always adore shooting there and at Christmas time it feels extra special. Camilla and Jamie wanted lots of natural photos from their wedding and had an early afternoon ceremony to make the Read More
Published April 7th, 2014
I always get excited when I receive an enquiry for a wedding at Normanton Church in Rutland, so when I heard about Michelle and Ben’s plans for a rustic winter wedding there I knew it was going to be a great day. I was also excited to be visiting a new wedding venue, Ladywood Estate, Read More