The Wedding of Robert & Carmen, Sevilla, Spain, 18th September 2010

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Robert and Carmen wedding was a traditional Spanish wedding held in Carmens old school church and then later moving to the very beautiful ‘Cortijo el Esparragal’ The wedding was a real mixture of cultures with Carmen and her Family from Seville and Robs family from Goa. The guest were also from as far as Australia, New zealand, France and London. Take a look at the photos…….I was melting on the day it was so hot!
The day started off very early with Rob the groom having a personal blessing with his mother and sister:




The wedding of James & Sarah, Islington Town Hall, 11th September 2010

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This was a real Urban wedding and I had been looking forward to it as it was my first wedding with a London Routemaster bus. James and Sarah are a lovely couple, James is a real joker so the atmosphere was great fun and the rain stayed off for the planned walk around Embankment. The walk was great, lots of dancing outside the Tate modern, lost guests and ideal photo opportunities with Japanese tourists and Buskers. The day was then finished off with some fab food at Chads place in Kings cross and lots of dancing.


The wedding of Allen & Janine, St Margaret’s Church, Wiltshire, 10th September 2010,

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This was a real English country wedding complete with beautiful weather and lots of hats! It was lovely to come back to the U.k and shoot a wedding here after working in Ibiza. The wedding was in an idyllic old church which is well know for being the final resting place of Florence Nightingale, This couple were really great, I will always remember this bride as being the bride that discovered on the morning of her wedding that she had forgot to pick up the bridesmaids dresses, she will probably kill me for saying that, but it was part of her character! even the father of the bride was painting the bathroom the night before the wedding, they were all so calm!
The reception was held in New house in Redlynch, an amazing old country house built in 1619 and owned by the same family for several generations, The house was surrounded by rural woodland so it was perfect for some photos:

The bridesmaids dresses!

Her favorite photo from her hen night was on display while they all got ready:

And lots of tea…………

I love this photo of her little sister trying the brides tiara on:



The great cake was made by Janines mum:

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