The idea of this shoot came about from a collaboration between myself and Indulgence Catering, a boutique catering company that I work with often at weddings. One of our regular venues together is the indescribable Aynhoe Park so we just knew we had to use this as our location. We created a stunning, seasonal inspired shoot in the Orangery of Aynhoe.
I’ve worked closely with Zita Elze for some years now. Zita is a incredible floral designer and recognised worldwide. She shares her knowledge on advanced wedding design courses at the Zita Elze Design Academy. One of Zita’s students, Kim Soo Yeul who’s work I photographed has been featured in Wedding Flowers magazine.
Clare and James had a colourful wedding when they married this April at Aynhoe Park. They combined a traditional Church ceremony with a bold and quirky reception. I’m delighted that their wedding has been featured in Brides magazine which you can see below.
Hollie & Dom were married last Autumn at the ever incredible venue, Aynhoe Park. This wedding has been featured on Rock My Wedding which they claimed (and I agree!) had some of the best aisle style they’ve seen! Hollie ensured that the Autumnal theme was brought indoors to the orangery, using leaves to pave the way down the aisle, but also a stunning arch to frame them.
So what happens when someone in the wedding industry gets married…a whole lot of pretty! Maids to Measure is a unique, UK based bridesmaid dress company and the brain child of Sinclair and her sister, India. So if anyone can have 13 bridesmaids, it’s Sinclair! Each bridesmaid with a bespoke bridesmaid dress to suit her style and 2 twins, the maids of honours, looking fabulous flaunting the new print!
.Something blue was inspired by the private dining room at Paradise by way of Kensal Green. The room has the most gorgeous tones of blues which I wanted to be the emphasis of the shoot. Collaborating with a fantastic team, I drew in cool blues, greys and golds throughout all aspects.
I’m excited to be able to share Jo & James’ white wedding from last summer with you…I had to keep it under wraps as it has been published in Brides magazine! Jo & James hosted a black and white wedding, asking the men to wear black tie, and the ladies to wear white. I love to be able to blend in as a guest at weddings, and welcome any excuse to buy a new dress, so I too wore white. I started the day by joining Jo and her bridesmaids at Shoreditch House where they had stayed the night before. Jo had a plaited up do by Barber and Parlour and Mac did an amazing job with the make up (and also saved the day with the bridesmaids make up appointment falling through on the day! Phew!) Jo said: While planning my wedding I was also designing the V&A Wedding Dresses 1775–2014 Exhibition so I was overwhelmed with amazing inspiration and resources at my fingertips. Choosing the right dress very difficult. I narrowed it down to the style I …
The Chosen Wedding Fair is the brain child of Kiki – a real force to be reckoned with! As a bride she struggled to find a show to suit her and her needs….so she set one up! The Chosen Wedding Fairs have gone from strength to strength and now run at various times throughout the year, and numerous locations!
This week it’s all about the placement ring! Last week I photographed a collaboration with Knot & Pop who are a duo of luxury wedding planners and creative event producers. We’d teamed up with the wonderful Julie from Hollyhock Lane who produces hand drawn, illustrated wedding stationery.
Towards the end of last year I had the pleasure of working with Ruth Shaw, the British shoe designer who founded her brand, Harriet Wilde in 2008. Having seen huge success with the wedding shoe world, Harriet Wilde now has an accessories range to match! The following images are from the look book which I photographed for the launch of the collection. Be prepared for lots of pretty…and some wedding hair inspiration too thanks to Patrick Ludde!