10 OF MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE WEDDING IMAGES

You may have seen the Secrets of the Heart cake shoot I posted last week. The idea was a brainchild of a very talented, uber creative and incredibly charming Susie behind the Knot & Pop Weddings and Events. After the shoot Susie asked me if I would share my favourite photos on her blog and I said yes. I was excited by the opportunity to look through the weddings I captured over the last 3 years. Reliving such happy days in the lives of my couples was incredible and honestly, I had the biggest smile on my face! I could have chosen dozens of images, but decided to select only 10 to showcase what my work is all about. The photographs that I chose either make me feel something, or tell the story or capture that life 'in between' - a split second moment, vanished if not caught on camera. Whilst looking through my work over the last couple of years, I was reminded once again why I love photography so much. Creating long lasting happy memories for my couples, and knowing that the photographs I create are going to be treasured for years to come is the most satisfying feeling!

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Your first kiss. The moment you are pronounced Husband and Wife

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Bride's sister and a bridesmaid slowly dancing with their Grandmother, who used to be a dancer in her youth and was 92 in the year of the wedding.

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Bride is having a dance with her Dad. Special

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Dance like no one is watching :)

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Caught the bouquet and didn't expect it!

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This is one of favourite portraits. The field of dry poppies was right next to the venue. I loved the soft warm light reflecting onto my couple, and also the intimate moment between them

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That moment just before the start of the ceremony. All seems calm, but the heart is beating faster than ever

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I just love this portrait. The couple happened to be in a perfect location, just behind the flower arch and the sof evening light was beautiful

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Bride's Grandmother helping her put on a string of pearls that she wore on her own wedding day. It was bride's 'something old' :)

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Bride and groom taking a moment for themselves and enjoying a beautiful sunset.