A look back at a year of wedding photography ( bit late I know! )

Hello everyone! It’s been such a long week – I’ve done so much and I hope you’ve had a productive one too! Here’s a highlight though – one of my favourite wedding photographers has been in touch to share something special with us all. Yay!! If you’re considering documentary wedding photography or wondering what it’s all about, this is a feature you’ll really love – and there’s much more to discover via the link at the end of the post! I’ll hand over to Martin Beddall now. Enjoy!

Bride arrives for wedding ceremony at St Paul's CathedralEvery year needs a look back and last year the weddings went up until New Year’s Eve – so here’s a brief look back at a year of documentary wedding photography coverage.

Hope you like them… here’s a few preview pics. Scroll down to a link to the rest, which you’ll find at the end of this post.

A year of documentary wedding photography

Bride and groom kiss in the sunset at Newick park

A windy arrival for the bride at her Suffolk country church

Confetti at Hackney Town Hall

Guests laughing at wedding speeches

Here’s the link  – A Year of wedding photography

Martin – wow! These are incredible and I’ve just peeked at the rest. I love the wedding speech being flicked through the air like a deck of cards… and the bride and groom surrounded by cameras on the dance floor. The last five images really end your post on a high… from the look in that vintage bride’s eyes, to – well, what is going on in that last one?! Claire xxx




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