Post Date: Monday, 22 February 2021
What. A. Year. We couldn't have predicted it, imagined it, dreamed it up, or in any way have known what this would mean for all our lovely couples. We went from shooting what should have been 20+ weddings, to 5. We had tears, facemasks, rain, social distancing, garden receptions with 2 meter sections roped off, some weddings where there was no walking down the aisle, no speeches, no party, no hugs. We had weddings with 30, 15, 10 and even 7 guests. But guess what? We also had tears of the good kind, we had laughter, smiles, sunshine, love, we had TIME to relax and get all the shots we wanted, and all of it at these beautiful, intimate weddings at which the things which are really important shone through. To all my future couples - keep going! and check out the smiles on the faces of this lot to reassure you your special day will be everything you ever wanted.
posted by Manda (Hello Romance Photography) @ 10:05, ,
Post Date: Monday, 4 July 2016
It's not often that you see a wedding car with a competition clutch and nearly no internal trim. That's probably because most wedding cars aren't also competition rally cars. Rally Driver Paul Dumbill tentatively lent his Honda Civic to his groom son and best man to get them to the venue on time!
That venue was Butley priory, close to Woodbridge, Suffolk. It's a beautiful place to get married, and we love photographing weddings there, especially when the weather is as fine as it was for Jessica and Martin.
The rally car wasn't the only mode of transport available, thankfully, and bride Jessica arrived in more traditional fashion.
Their ceremony was a multilingual affair, as there was plenty of welsh family in attendance, and Jessica's dog even made an appearance.
posted by Dave Bulow @ 04:23, ,