A Game of Two Halves - Part Two

I can't believe it's nearly the end of March, but at last I have finished editing the images from 2016, and what a year it has been!  You can see images from January - June by clicking this post here, but here are some highlights from July - December.  Be sure to check out the video above for the collaboration with Story Catchers!

It's always such a joy to return to our favourite venues, like The Londesborough, East Quay and Maunsel House, and shoot at some new favourites like Boconnoc House and Aynhoe Park.   Wherever we are though, we never fail to appreciate how lucky we are, and would like to say a MASSIVE thank you to every one of the couples who have entrusted us to capture their day.  

Trinity Buoy Wharf, London Wedding

This was our first Nigerian wedding experience, and I was blown away by the colour, the energy, and the sheer joy that filled the day!

Yemi wore the most exquisite ensemble and, you can see by Emeka's expression, she quite literally took his breath away.  To have this affect on your man after so long together is a testament to the love between these two gorgeous people.

Trinity Buoy Wharf is one of our favourite wedding venues too, and here's a glimpse of what we saw.

Battersea Park Bandstand, London Wedding

We met Rachel and Dan when we were lucky enough to capture Luke and Anita's Winter wedding back in December 2014, so when Rachel made initial enquiries about her forthcoming wedding, I couldn't even play it cool about how much we wanted to be part of it.  This was a group of friends you just want to hang out with!  And that was before I knew anything about Rachel and Dan's plans at...

Battersea Park Bandstand!  New Orleans style jazz band!  Ceilidh!

All that, and two of the loveliest people you could want to meet.  Here's a glimpse of what we saw.