France Chateaux, Rustic Wedding

Chateau de Miserai Wedding: A 500 Mile Roadtrip & So Much Sun

Sam & Claire first met after joining the same Roller Derby team in Hull, where they quickly bonded and became known by others as ‘double trouble’! During a trip to Budapest, they went on a night river cruise down the Danube. Moments before tucking into a gorgeous meal, Claire popped the question – of course, Sam said yes! In hindsight, though, Claire wished she’d maybe waited till after the meal, as there were far too many tears of joy to then enjoy the 5-courses! Read More...

Wedding Pinterest

What to add to your Wedding

Following on from my last post about theming your wedding, I’m going to discuss the difficult subject of adding suppliers & things to your big day.

You want it to be memorable, and you want it to feel like a ‘real’ wedding – but not the stuffy kind, where everyone feels overly formal and never quite relaxes. It’s a tough balance – add too little and it might be a slow day, add too much and it might feel more like a funfair. Read More...

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Wedding Morning Prep

The Secret to Stunning Morning Preparations

Every time a new set of wedding photos makes it’s way back to the studio, I get pretty excited. I spend my days editing countless images of so many wonderful weddings. Some are big, some are small, some are super traditional, and others are a bit more relaxed. You all have your own unique idea of exactly what you want your wedding to be like – and I get to see all the attention to detail that’s been made, I love it! Read More...

Saltmarshe Hall Wedding

Saltmarshe Hall Wedding: An Outdoor Ceremony & Riverside Portraits

We’ve known Paris & Danny for a rather long time now, they’re one of those couples that seems to have been together forever! They actually met when they were just teenagers back in Year 7, hanging out at Costello Athletics Club.

A few years later, during a trip to the city of romance, Danny popped the question! Yep – he proposed to Paris…in the city of the same name (There’s an amazing pun to be found in this somewhere, I’m sure). Read More...

Barmbyfield Barn Wedding: A Homemade Sweet Stand & A Glowing Sunset

Barmbyfield Barn Wedding: A Homemade Sweet Stand & A Glowing Sunset

Sophie & Joel’s story began a few years back, when they met each other on a night out. After challenging each other to a moonwalk competition on the dance floor – they couldn’t help but fall in love! After spending 5 years together, Joel decided it was time to pop the question, and proposed to Sophie at her parent’s house!

Set on having a rustic wedding, Sophie and Joel found their dream venue after a visit to Barmbyfield, and felt straight away that the old barn fit perfectly into their vision. Read More...

10 Questions you Should be Asking your Photographer

10 Questions you Should be Asking your Photographer

At the first meeting with a couple at the studio – I usually say, “Do you have any questions you’d like to ask me?”, and this is usually answered with an honest answer of, “We have no idea what we should be asking!”, which is fair enough!

So here are ten questions you should be asking a photographer you’re about to put your trust in to work on the biggest day of your life!

1. How many weddings have you photographed?

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Engagement Locations

Choosing a Location for your Engagement Shoot (Bonus)

Our last engagement post covered what couples usually do for their engagement shoot. But the most popular question I get asked is “Where should we have our engagement shoot?”

There are a few good answers around the Hull area, but the best way to sum up a perfect engagement shoot location is this – somewhere you have open spaces, interesting backdrops, and a bit of cover from the elements (English weather could provide sideways rain or blinding sun after all). Read More...

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Wedding Theme

Choosing a Theme for your Wedding after Pinterest Overload!

You got engaged, you already had some ideas for your wedding. Then you got carried away and now you have 3000 Pinterest photos of amazing themes you’ve not seen at a wedding before but could be amazing.

It’s something most people say to me – not word for word – but the overwhelming amount of things you can choose for your wedding adds stress to most couple’s planning.

So below I’m going to attempt to explain what we’ve seen over the years and what works best. Read More...

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Wedding Venue

Choosing a Wedding Venue that Suits You

This is understandably a big deal – it sets the scene for everything else you plan. The two most common issues: Read More...

Finding somewhere the right size – you don’t want to be crammed in, but on the flip side you don’t want your wedding broken up in to separate rooms with only a handful of people in each. Finding a venue that will give you the freedom you need to put on that amazing wedding you’ve got planned in your head – without forcing this supplier, or those drinks, or an early cut-off time for the celebrations.
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Engagement Advice

Having an Engagement Shoot? Work it!

We’ve always included an engagement shoot in our wedding package for a few reasons. Firstly we have large, intimidating cameras – sorry but we need them. Secondly, most people aren’t used to being followed around by a photographer. Chandler smiles are often an issue!

An engagement shoot is the perfect way to become accustomed to having your photos taken, so on your big day you already know us and our cameras, and can simply enjoy your day without giving the photography a second thought. Read More...

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