• Outdoor shoots

Beautiful spring wedding at Strawberry Hill House, Twickenham

The stunning setting of gothic Strawberry Hill House – which I think looks like a wedding cake itself – provided the backdrop for this lovely spring wedding. With beautiful architecture and  rooms painted in different heritage colours, we were spoilt for choice when deciding where to take the photos. Following the wedding ceremony, the bridal party made its way by a London taxi wedding car to a reception overlooking Hampton Court Palace. With handmade wooden signs, a knitted bride and groom cake topper, home-baked cake  and even handcrafted posts from which the lanterns hung – this was very much a family affair. After guests had enjoyed a round or two of crazy golf and sampled the delights of the local ale van, they sat down to a feast from MyPieLondon.com, just as the rain started.

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Wedding photography at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

I was fortunate to be asked to help second shoot a beautiful wedding at the end of last summer in Cambridge. The ceremony took place in Great St Mary’s Church, just a short walk away from where the reception would be held in the awe-inspiring surroundings of Corpus Christi College. From beginning to end, the thought that had been put into the day was evident in all the little details – from the beautiful red rose arrangements for the church and the bouquets (which had been made by the groom’s mother) to the little fans left out on the table at the reception in case guests were overcome with heat, to the personalised little bottles of port left out on the tables for guests. I shot the wedding with Becky Kerr of www.beckerphotography.co.uk and loved every minute of it, from the bridal party’s walk through the streets of Cambridge through tourists and Saturday shoppers to the beautiful reception venue, parts of which resembled something from a Harry Potter novel with beautiful vaulted ceilings, stained glass and candelabras.

Here are just a few of my favourite shots to sum up the beautiful day. Congratulations again to the happy couple..

A happy Chelsea Registry Office wedding

Despite the unseasonal cold weather, this lovely wedding in Chelsea was full of joy and laughter. After the ceremony at Chelsea Registry Office and the obligatory photos on the iconic steps, the whole wedding party made their way back to the reception, which was in a beautiful spot by the river in Putney, by double decker bus.

The sun came out! – a lovely ceremony at Kingston Registry Office

After weeks of rain and storms, the day for this lovely civil ceremony at Kingston Registry Office dawned bright and clear so we were able to get some photos after the ceremony in the lovely garden at the back. Thankfully the weather remained dry while the happy couple and their family and friends went out for a celebratory lunch by the river in Kingston upon Thames. Here are a few favourite photos from the day.

Lovely summer wedding at The Mill at Elstead, Godalming

The leafy surroundings of The Mill at Elstead in Godalming were the setting for this laidback summer wedding with a steam punk feel. With stunning lime green and crimson flowers by Dawn Jennings Floristry (www.dawnjennings.co.uk) and a very special canine guest complete with tuxedo, it made for a very happy and colourful afternoon.