Grace & Jamie had a gorgeous, intimate backyard wedding with a group of close friends and relatives. They were such a lovely couple to work with and so down to earth, they spent months had making their confetti and personalising every detail of their beautiful wedding day.
Graces mom also surprised her with a heartwarming detail sewn into her dress, using a blue piece of fabric she stiched her husbands (Graces dad’s) wedding ring onto her dress so he could be by her side on her wedding day, such a beautiful gesture and naturally it had everyone tearing up, even as I wright this up now my heart feels a tug.
After Covid delays this beautiful couple finally had their big day and what a lovely day it was, full of smiles and laughter and such touching speeches they had everyone tearing up. I wish them all the happiness in the world and may years of happiness together.
This might be a styled shoot but I think these types of shoots would work perfectly for elopements too, a simple yet elegant way to celebrate love and even though summer weather is perfect for a wedding the rich warm colours of winter just add a different level to the photos.
I love it when something a bit different and out of the ordinary is added to a wedding, those little touches that make a world of difference and that’s what inspired this bridal portrait session, well that and apples.
When the Appel tree in my back garden started to bloom and produce an insane amount of apples and I mean insane amounts, I knew there was something I could use them for, something fun and different that hadn’t been done before and I must say I love the outcome, the apples brought a funky fresh feel and fit in perfectly with the beautiful bouquet made by the talented Jenny from A different colour – florist, who created magic when I told her my crazy idea of a bouquet with apples.