Hey there beautiful, I hope you’re having a relaxing weekend. I have a little Sunday treat to share with you today – a breathtaking wedding from Axnoller House, with elegantly understated styling and a STUNNING bride and groom! Grace’s backless dress is breathtaking and fits her like a glove. The flowers are absolutely perfect for a summer wedding, the cake is exquisite and these two are so much in love their happiness shines from every image. Do scroll all the way through for some knock-your-socks-off sunset images by our lovely friend and Dorset wedding photographer Robin Goodlad Photography.
A fabulous tipi celebration in the height of summer. A gorgeous, relaxed and head-over-heels in love couple. Rustic styling, tons of florals, vibrant colours and a party atmosphere. It really doesn’t get much better than this! Howard and Rowena’s wedding venue was the village field in Iwerne Minster, the village where Rowena’s mother lives. By day the field is a football pitch and on a sunny day in August it was transformed with the addition of tipis into their wedding venue! I hope you love this one as much as I do. Huge thanks to Rowena and Howard, and to our fabulous friend and Dorset wedding photographer Robin Goodlad Photography. Do read the groom’s interview below – the story of their day is fantastic! (click the ‘Continue Reading’ link for the full feature)!
The sunshine is back!! And I’m so happy to say we have a gloriously sunny July beach wedding on the blog for you today. I love this so much – gorgeous couple Michelle and Dan were married at Tunnels Beaches and their beautiful day just sings of summer! The styling touches are perfect – there are wonderful summer wildflowers, as well as ice creams, proper old school striped deckchairs and a showstopper of a wedding cake! My brilliantly talented friend and Dorset wedding photographer Robin Goodlad captured the whole day for the happy couple, who have given him a fantastic review below! Enjoy the blog today… I know I will!
How many wedding blogs make you laugh out loud?
What do you want from your wedding album – a beautifully styled and presented coffee table book? …
…Or a feast of memories of you with your friends and family, laughing, smiling and doing all the wonderful and crazy things you love them for?
Perhaps a bit of both.
Choosing a wedding photographer is something you’re likely to be doing for the very first time. Obviously you won’t be taking the decision lightly: who spends upwards of £1k without considering all the options? Even as a wedding blogger I find the different styles and price brackets for wedding photography confusing… and I’ve seen thousands of sets of wedding pics in my time at English Wedding.
So if you’re wondering where to even begin your search for a wedding photographer, or if you’re about to pay a deposit and book someone, I’m confident this article will be a huge help. I first read these tips over on Dorset wedding photographer Robin Goodlad’s blog – and they were just too important not to share with you here today.