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Today I am taking you to Southern California for this gorgeous earthy farm wedding, courtesy of Chrissy Gilmartin Photography. Karen and Cory were married on 22nd February 2020 at The Riverbed Farm in Anaheim, a city outside Los Angeles, in Southern California. The wedding Gods say that if it rains on your wedding day it’s good luck, and that it did for Cory and Karen. They didn’t let this dampen their spirits though, they carried on and had the day of their lives. Filled with rustic touches and cute detailing, perfect for the amazing totally sustainable community farm they held the wedding on. The whole day is full of charm, laughter, lots of cake and a whole lot of love.
If the current state of the world is getting the better of you, I have just the thing to cheer you up and start your Wednesday with a smile. Sophie from Red Robin Cakery sent me this amazing shoot a few weeks ago and I just knew from the first image that I had to share it with you. As the shoot happened during lockdown the option to use human models was limited, so Sophie and her team thought outside the box and used dogs instead, and the results are this beyond cute shoot full of the most adorable dogs I have ever seen. The shoot took place on 11th September this year at Haarlem Mill, in Derbyshire. They filled the venue with soft, neutral textiles and decor and an abundance of doggy treats that they all devoured at the end of the shoot. What a burst of happiness and a mid week rteat of cuteness for you. Enjoy!!
After yesterday’s announcement Weddings are back on! Thank Goodness! Now we can start thinking about wedding plans again and getting caught up in the excitement of getting married. There are so many amazing places to get married all over the world; and why not choose France? After all, Paris is the original City of Love! France is a beautiful country, easily accessible from the UK and offers newlyweds some of the best wedding photography locations in the world to make your pictures look incredibly romantic and dreamy. Let’s take a look at some of the best ideas for shooting a wedding video in France.
As most people know, Paris is the original city of love and has no shortage of beautiful, romantic and fairytale locations for shooting your wedding photography and videos.
It is also known as the City of Lights and, for centuries, has had a strong allure for couples that are in love and want to celebrate their new lives together.
With its famous landmarks (think the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, River Seine, and cobbled streets) that exude sophistication and beauty, you are definitely spoilt for choice.
Examples of popular wedding photography ideas in Paris include the following:
These are just a handful of ideas for gorgeous wedding photos and videos in Paris. The best part of these ideas is that they won’t cost you anything (except perhaps a nominal entrance fee per person) and you can get as creative as you want!
All that is needed is a little planning and you are good to go!
Hello Tuesday and how are you? For those of you in the UK, at last we got some good news yesterday. Lockdown will end next week and we are all back to the Tier system. Which means that weddings can go ahead again! Woo hoo!! Thank goodness all you engaged couples out there can start planning your celebrations again, which is such a relief. OK it may only be for 15 guests for now, but it’s better than no wedding at all. Plus it looks like you’ll be OK to plan your party for later on in the year, once the vaccine has been rolled out! So with that in mind lets take a look at Ash and Arran’s gorgeous intimate Thailand Wedding. With a guest count of 40, this intimate wedding is a real stunner. It has the most amazing backdrop and a reception in a cave. Yes a cave! It’s breathtaking ! Big thanks to Destination Wedding Photographer – Dan Morris for the images.
Arran and Ash were married on 10th July 2019 at Rayavadee Resort, Krabi in Thailand. ‘Our love for Thailand has been strong since our first visit in 2015, then we got engaged in Thailand also, so it made sense to have the big day in our favourite county. We had 40 guests and it took a year to plan.’
Happy Monday everyone and how are you all? How was the third weekend in lockdown? Mine was pretty standard, it’s hard to get up to anything exciting at the moment, but we all had a lovely time, eating, drinking, walking, baking, playing games. Only one more weekend to go and then hopefully the lockdown will be lifted and we might get a bit of freedom back! I am starting off the week with this delightful country wedding from Tunbridge Wells in Kent. It’s an absolute joy of a wedding, full of rustic chic detailing and the most adorable couple. Adam and Victoria had a whopping 180 guest to the ceremony and over 200 to the reception so they needed a pretty big marquee to accommodate them all. They filled their day with rustic detailing, gorgeous flowers and made the entertainment a priority. A fun filled day was had by all, which was captured perfectly by Matthew Scott Photography.
Adam and Victoria were married on 7th September 2019 at Langton Green Church, Tunbridge Wells, with the reception at The Beacon, Tunbridge Wells. ‘We knew we may need a marquee as we had a large number of guests. We both have big families! We looked at a lot of venues around the South, including hiring a field where we could set everything up ourselves. We were about to go down this route but then we found out that The Beacon had just built the most amazing marquee/pavilion in their grounds. The venue has the most exceptional views and had the relaxed out door feel we wanted. It was also located less than a mile away from Vicki’s family home. We immediately knew it was the one. We had 180 guest for the day (25 of these were children) and over 200 for the evening. It took just over a year, to plan which was perfect.’