Will and Steph

Where to start with this epic day?! Will and Steph are just the nicest couple and I had the best time with them.

I started the day with Steph and her bridesmaids, with a lot of music and a lot of champagne (the best way to start a wedding day). The ceremony then took place at a gorgeous country church near the New Forest followed by a laid back reception at Will’s family home.

As an Aussie bride, Steph and her friends REALLY knew how to party! The dance floor was absolutely packed all night, making it very difficult for me to leave (and had I not been three months pregnant at the time, I probably wouldn’t have!)

Also… THAT DRESS! THOSE FLOWERS! See for yourself…

“You sure are one incredibly talented lady!! Our photos are just magical, you captured our day and all the emotions perfectly!”

Lydia and Toby

I had the best day with Lydia and Toby, who were married at a beautiful country church in East Sussex followed by a reception at Lydia’s incredible family home.

The whole day was incredibly fun and relaxed, and the gorgeous sunny day allowed for a beautiful sunset portrait session before the party really kicked off.

I also LOVED photographing Lydia’s amazing Charlie Brear dress - some gorgeous morning sunlight together with such delicate lace and beading, a match made in heaven.

“There is absolutely no way we can thank you for how beautiful they are. You captured our day so perfectly and I'm not sure what else we can say other than thank you!”

Penny and Jon

My first wedding of 2018 took me to Reading to photograph the beautifully laid back wedding of Penny and Jon. These two were beyond chilled about their big day and it really showed - a gorgeous teepee in the grounds of Penny’s family home, delicious sharing platters of food and a bride in trainers…!

The sun shone all day and the party went on late into the night. It was the perfect way to start my 2018 season!

“Thank you so much for your wonderful, beautiful photos. They are incredible. And just what we asked for - natural, relaxed, and really captured the atmosphere of the day.”