Michelle & Luke ~ Hatherden Farm, Hampshire wedding

Michelle & Luke got engaged on a canoe while they were travelling - isn't that the cutest thing ever?!?!? They incorporated their love of travel into their wedding day, there were loads of lovely details as well as a canoe filled with beers from all around the world, and a tuk tuk! One of my favourite parts of this wedding was definitely Michelle's dad's reaction to seeing her daughter in her wedding dress, I might have shred a little tear behind the camera..I'll let the photos tell the story!

*Massive thanks to my friend Josh for helping me out with this wedding!

Becky & Matt ~ The Rosendale Pub, London wedding

The wedding season is officially in full swing now and I'm so excited to be shooting and sharing lots of special moments with my couples! First up is Becky & Matt's chilled out wedding at The Rosendale Pub in London. A bit of rain, a bit of sunshine, plenty of colours + love + hilarious speeches + good music definitely made it a day to remember!

Charlotte & Neil ~ Oak Tree Farm Tipi wedding

On a magical day in the middle of nowhere, two of the loveliest people celebrated their love with their close friends & family. As I was second shooting for Kari I only got to know the Charlotte and Neil on the day of the wedding, but I'm very much in love with the pair of them. Charlotte is the kind of girl who...well, before the wedding a bird shat on her dress. She laughed it off, saying that it's good luck. From what I've seen at the wedding they share the most tender yet intense kind of love, and I'm grateful to have been able to witness it. 

Amy & David ~ Milton Abbey wedding, Dorset

I would be lying if I said that every part of a wedding is exciting and super fun to photograph. Some parts just aren't as interesting as the others; for example the signing of the register- you go into a room/corner, sign some papers and come out. But I will never forget this part of Amy & David's day. After they signed the papers, when the pastor and witnesses were finishing off, they stood at the back and just kept giggling at each other like two little kids let lose in a sweet shop.

In fact, scrap that. They did that all day. And it was just the cutest thing.