Holly and Wayne’s wedding was at Horsley Lodge golf club.  This lovely couple had a a fab time with family and friends celebrating their special day, with Ice cream, fireworks and lots and lots of cake! They had a true DIY wedding with the wedding cake being a joint effort, Holly baked the cake and Wayne decorated it with icing, the made all the signage dotted around the venue and all the table decorations too.


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Heather and Alex’s wedding was a fabulously fun day with their family and friends. The wedding ceremony took place at The Parish Church of all Saints Hatton before moving on the The Waterfront at Barton Marina. Heather is chair of Hilton Amateur Theatrical Society so when it came to the evening party they tore up the dance floor with some seriously energetic dance routines. Andy, the father of the bride and Heather executed a perfect rendition of Mud’s Tiger Feet routine for the father/daughter dance and later the bridesmaids, including the pantomime dame in a suit,  joined in with the Blues Brothers tribute act.  The evening was finished off with fireworks and some quiet reflection by the waterside.

Emma and Chris’s summer wedding at Kedleston Country Hose hotel was not your normal reserved wedding day with the help of Winnie the Beagle this was anything but a a traditional white wedding. We had wild space hopper races a wonderfully relaxed wedding ceremony with howls of approval from Winnie and a singalong groom on the dance floor.  This fun couple enjoyed every minute of the day and night and let me capture all the events as they unfolded.

Emma and Ben’s Eltham Palace wedding was a wonderful day in the scorching heat.  Temperatures over 30 degrees all day didn’t stop this lovely couple from having a fun packed day.  Mona Ali a friend and fellow wedding photographer helped me out covering Ben and his friends getting ready and through out the day, capturing some great candid moments. Eltham Palace is a brilliant wedding venue, this unique building is steeped in history it brings together Art Deco flourishes and very early Tudor architecture. Emma and Ben had a first dance with a difference performing a very energetic jive on a dance floor dominated by a huge tree!