One amazing couple, two great families and one big celebration spanning across two counties was enough to keep two smiling photographers very busy! We photographed some incredible moments as Kirran and Rob celebrated the coming together of their two families and two faiths.
I started photographing the celebrations on Friday when I met both families at the Gurdwara in Nottingham for the Anand Karaj.
The ceremonies continued on Saturday when I was joined by Bob to photograph Kirran and Rob’s Military Wedding at RAF Cranwell before moving over to Kelham Hall for their wedding reception.
I’ll be sharing more of my favourites moments in the coming weeks but in the meantime here are a few previews from Kirran and Rob’s Sikh and Military Wedding.
Last week I shared a beautiful portrait of Natalie as she prepared for her and Eli’s Jewish wedding ceremony at House Plantation in Texas. The intricate henna shown on this portrait was truly eye catching so I wanted to share one of my favourite images from the Henna Party where all the art was designed.
The event itself is one of my favourite shoots I’ve been involved in. So many moments to capture from the lively dancing to the intimate henna ceremony and if you haven’t yet seen the gallery then I would definitely suggest taking a look.
This weekend I had the pleasure of kick starting my Engagement Shoots for couples getting married in 2015 and who better to start with than Nicola and Lee.
A little Middle-earth was found in the midlands as we trekked through woodland and across streams to some of the most beautiful settings in the Peak District.
The shoot was the perfect way to set the tone for Nicola and Lee’s Woodland themed wedding at the luxury wedding venue, The Upper House in Hayfield.
I’ll be sharing more of Nicola and Lee’s Engagement Shoot in the coming weeks.
A double header of previews this week starts with this great set of images from Abby and James’ wedding at Morley Hayes in Derbyshire.
Abby and James have recently returned from living in Australia, so their wedding was not only a celebration to the start of their marriage but also a fantastic opportunity for friends and family to be reacquainted.
My day began with Abby and her Bridesmaids who were getting ready at Morley Hayes Hotel. A few breaks in rainy spells meant that we were also able to take the celebrations outside, albeit only briefly.
Here are some previews of my favourite images from Abby and James’ Morley Hayes wedding.
This elegant moment from Natalie and Eli’s Jewish Wedding at House Plantation in Texas is this week’s Image.
Having recently been reading Natalie’s wedding report on Jewish wedding blog Smashing The Glass I wanted to revisit one of my favourite images of what was a great weekend of celebrations.