16 September 2013

Carla and Donald's Winter Wedding at Mount Ephraim on a very special date!

Back in December I had the pleasure of photographing Carla & Donald's Wedding at Mount Ephraim Gardens.  This was a particularly special one as they chose to have their special day on 12/12/12 and the ceremony even took place at 12:12.  Not only is it a date that Donald should never forget!...but its also the last time we will ever see such a date as we move into 2013.

It was such a beautiful Wedding and a very emotional one too.  Carla's daughter Olivia did the most beautiful reading during the ceremony which had everyone in tears (including both the registrars and myself!)

It was a very cold and crisp day but we had lots of sunshine and the party atmosphere that they created really got everyone into the christmas spirit.  Mount Ephraim is one of those venues where the photo options are just as good inside as they are out, so while we braved the cold for a lot of photos, it was still so cosy and beautiful when we moved inside.

For the first dance, they surprised us all with some brilliant dance moves to a mix of songs which included Thriller & Gangnam Style! 

This was such a fabulous Wedding to photograph, Mount Ephraim is a truly stunning venue and it just shows you that you can still have beautiful photos outside in December.

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10 September 2013

Amie and Danny's Wedding at Preston Court, Canterbury, Kent.

 What a treat this Wedding was to photograph. Not only are Amie & Danny a very gorgeous couple but they got married on a lovely summers day at the stunning Preston Court, one of the most amazing venues in Kent and definitely one of my favourites.

My jaw literally dropped when I saw Amie's Jenny Packham dress and then when she put it on......WOW!..... as you can see, it was just made for her.  The shoes are something else too huh! With Amie's beautiful red hair and porcelain skin, she just looked out of this world (I also loved that Flo & Percy headband)

The whole day was fantastic from start to finish with lots of little touches throughout that just kept adding to the wow factor.  From the carousel being a part of the day, to the plane being flown over with a special message for them, these little surprises which were arranged by Amie's stepdad made for a truly memorable day.  Another favourite moment of mine was when their band, The Forgers, played accoustic in church and everyone sang along to the Madness song 'It Must Be Love'.  Such a lovely alternative to hymns that had everyone smiling and dancing.  

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