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Category Archives: Winter Weddings

Ashton Court Winter Wedding

I loved capturing the festive union of Lucy and James Luton. The aesthetic they wanted to capture included everything you’d expect from a traditional Christmas wedding: jewel toned roses with ivory and silver accents, ornate candelabras, and a sleigh ride (or coach ride if we’re being accurate) for two. On the day I photographed Lucy […]

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Elmore Court wedding photography

Today I would like to share this stylised photo shoot in a gorgeous, very unique and brand new wedding venue  – Elmore Court. Elmore Court is a grade II listed mansion, located at Elmore near Gloucester  with views over the Cotswolds and River Severn. We started the session with some outside pictures including the fantastic […]

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St Audries Park winter wedding

St Audries Park in Somerset was a setting for another fantastic winter wedding. St Audries wedding venue is situated within 100 acres of tranquil deer park, overlooking the rolling Quantock Hills and the Bristol Channel beyond. This fairytale manor house provides the perfect setting for your wedding day and was also the perfect choice for […]

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Winter wedding at The Kingscote Barn

Winter wedding at the Kingscote Barn? Sounds great. I have had a chance to photograph at this stunning award winning venue in the Cotswolds before, however never in the Winter time. That’s why I was so glad when Sadie and Gavin asked me to photograph their wedding day at The Kingscote Barn in December. I […]

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Cherish the Dress in Bristol

I have had a chance to  photograph a Cherish The Dress session in Venice , Cherish The Dress in Paris and Valencia before. However the most exotic and the one that I will never forget was the Cherish The Dress session in the Sahara. This time I decided to go to the other extreme and  […]

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