>There are certain types of people that are always upbeat. Always laughing.Always smiling.Francine is one such person. I have known her for 10 years this year, and she has always been this way. We met at Intake High School and have remained close friends ever since. In face, she is one of my best!
Just one of the things that I love about being a wedding photographer, is meeting all the different brides. Each bride is so unique and has her stamp to put all over her wedding. From themes to favours. Invitations to food. Flowers to dresses. The list – it goes on. I am an avid blog reader, of all sorts and on my many blog reads I have come across some great websites that offer a lot of inspiration for brides. DIY projects, themes, colour schemes. A smorgasbord of beautiful eye candy.
My job as your wedding photographer is to capture all this. Your details. Your stamp. Your individuality.To help brides that have booked me as their photographer or are maybe thinking about booking – or perhaps you just like to look at pretty things- I have created an Extras page on my website. This is a page for all things extra special that can inspire a bride for her wedding. There will be some website links and some layout spreads appearing to show case all things nice.
If you would like to take a look click here. Keep checking this site often as it will be updated regularly.
”The rarest thing in the world is a woman who is pleased with photographs of herself”
>The weeks leading up to the wedding,snow was falling heavily.Just like theirpre wedding shoot. However just in the days before, the temperature was now warming up and rain was forecast. But, as fate had decided it didn’t rain. In fact it was nothing less but a beautiful, crisp winters day. I started my day off with the boys….. all 11 of them.
You might have guessed by now but the theme for the wedding was black and pink. Which was carried out into the dining area. The table decorations had all the sparkle and twinkle of Christmas without being over the top. Crackers and tiny presents as favours. Reindeer’s as table names and beautiful winter trees as centre pieces.