You’ll never be more ready for an unforgettable holiday after the build-up to your wedding and the excitement of the big day. Let’s face it – as much as a wedding is a celebration of you as a couple, more often than not it becomes a delicate balancing act of family and friends!
But beyond the opportunity to catch your breath, a honeymoon stands for so much more.
This super useful article is by English Wedding member and London wedding photographer Fiona Kelly Photography
I am happy to share some top tips for how to get the best out of your wedding photos during the ceremony and reception. These will hopefully help you to understand timings and it will ensure you get the photos you want on your wedding day, while having an amazing time, not rushing and not having to think about your wedding photography at all!
I hope you enjoy this heartwarming guest article by Love Gets Sweeter
During this bizarre time we find ourselves in, we are realising how special it is to stay connected with our family and friends. Trying our best to catch up with them over video calls, family zoom quizzes and online parties, and other cool ways to keep ourselves sane and connected. We are really getting creative in how we keep in touch with our loved ones during our time of lockdown and self isolation (who ever thought those would be words I’d write!?)
I love this article by brilliant Somerset wedding photographer Simon Biffen Photography
Your wedding day is one of the most important days in your life and of course you want to have your nearest and dearest there to celebrate it with. However, if you’re an animal lover you may well be closer to your pet than some of your relatives! The opportunity therefore to include these four legged friends in some aspect of the wedding day has been managed by those keen (or mad) enough to bring them along!
Inspired by fabulous London wedding photographer Jordanna Marston Photography
We began to unplug about 5 years ago, when the novelty of aunties having camera phones became a really big deal at weddings. Rather than seeing rows of happy faces, brides began to see rows of iphones (flash on) hiding faces as they walked down the aisle. Distracting, much? And those who thought about it in advance would make or hire little signs telling the aunties their wedding was Unplugged – and to kindly stop taking photos of all the best bits.