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So in our first guide, we spoke about what to look for in a wedding band. We think the second most important aspect when planning your wedding entertainment is the venue. How and why you choose it are the biggies. In this article, we’re only going to stick to topics that we at Seventh Second feel we have enough experience to inform you on. Information on venue catering, seating and decoration won’t be covered for example. However, you will find some very, very important information in this article if you are planning on having any kind of entertainment at your wedding so read on!

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Weddings can be pretty and timeless, alternative and unique, homemade and rustic – and I like to think that the English Wedding Blog features a lovely mixture of every kind of wedding. Our finest feature is the way we matchmake you, our amazing reader, with your local wedding suppliers. Here you’ll find your perfect florist, venue, photographer and every other supplier you desire for your day, simply by reading our daily features! Today we’re sharing Laura & Steve’s wedding from the breathtaking Northbrook Park, and images are by one of the UK’s very, very best photographers: lovely Liam Smith Photography.

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I always like to pick out my favourite few photos to show you first – it’s a great way to set the scene for a gorgeous wedding blog feature, and I always love scrolling through a wedding, looking out for those amazing, eye-catching, breathtakingly beautiful moments to share with you. However… I tried it today, and within moments I had a list of a dozen STUNNING moments from Dale and Charmaine’s day. Safe to say this is a knockout, and I love every. single. pic.

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Words & Images by Liam Smith Photography

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In my many years of photographing weddings, I have been incredibly privileged to witness what I have. Such genuine emotion touches the soul and allows one to be completely and utterly immersed in a moment, collectively sharing joy and happiness with a congregation of brand new acquaintances. Here are a few tips and tricks I have picked up along the way for dealing with group photographs. Everyone wants them, however it is the one thing that guests continually cite as the one thing that they dislike about a wedding day. I make a point to all couples to make sure that this part of the day is timetabled and organised as efficiently as possible: when done correctly, group photos can actually be a lot of fun and present opportunities for great candid moments.

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Words & images by Liam Smith Photography

Photography is subjective – what I like, you may not. This presents you, my dear reader, with a choice to make: what do I like, and can I afford it?

What is important to remember at all times is the true significance of photography and the photograph. It preserves our lives and our memories in a way that nothing else can.