Normanton Church Wedding

Anna + James // Normanton Church + The Falcon Hotel

Normanton Church Wedding

What a wedding! At one of my favourite venues – Normanton Church, a place you have to embrace the elements – often blustery but it never fails to please! This wedding had all of my favourites elements … a bride who literally beamed all day with excitement and happiness but at the same time was laid back and full of love for her family and friends. Big skies, views for miles, by the water, laughter, lots of interaction and finally the sun came out in the afternoon too. When I left, I said to Anna ‘I have had the best day’ and I really had!

If you haven’t been to Normanton Church, it is worth a trip to Rutland Water. You can walk all the way round and the views are gorgeous. The walk down from the car park takes your breath away and there are lots of little places you can stop for ice-cream or coffee. After the ceremony we all headed to The Falcon Hotel in Uppingham for their reception. Their courtyard had beautiful sunshine and the drinks were flowing. As the afternoon wore on, you could feel the hum in the room increase as guests relaxed, I would say began to get merry and laughter got louder. It was a fabulous atmosphere. Keep your eye out for the cake, which was made my James’ mum (it is seriously incredible!) and all the beautiful flowers by grandma.

I left the evening with the dance floor full, my toe tapping and my hips shimmying to the fabulous band. Lots of love and congratulations to you both. Jo x

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

Normanton Church Wedding

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

The Falcon Hotel Wedding, Uppingham

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Top Tips for Planning your Family Shoot

Planning your Family Shoot

Norfolk Family Photographer

Are you thinking of having a family shoot this year? Family shoots are something which can be treasured forever, especially when it captures you doing something you love as a family. If you are struggling to decide on a location, what to wear and what accessories to take, here is a guide for you.

Seasons 

What is your favourite season? Maybe you love the cosy warm atmosphere of autumn and winter, or prefer the bright vibrant colours of spring and summer. Each different season brings different possibilities of colour schemes.

If you choose an autumn or winter shoot, think, layered clothing, chunky knit jumpers, hats and scarfs, rather than bulky coats. Its good to all be on the same theme. For example if one of you wants to wear wellingtons, all of you wear wellingtons.

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Norfolk Family Photographer

On the other hand, if you choose to have a spring or summer shoot, think along the lines of light pastel colours and wearing navy instead of black. Its also nice to have children running around bare feet, weather permitting.

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Clothing and Accessories 

Its a good idea for everyone within the family group to be on the same theme, but not to the extreme of being identical. For example: smart casual, nautical, vintage or eclectic. Have a chat between you all on what you plan to wear. Some of the obvious things to avoid when thinking about clothing options could be; patterns, large logos, children in disney tops, and shoes such as running trainers. This is mainly to prevent the photos from dating within the future.

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A few families choose to bring along accessories in order to give the shoot a more styled and individual look. A few examples within the past have been; pastel homemade tents within the forest, nautical themed accessories for beach huts, apple crates in the autumn, and one person styled their shoot with a full on Up theme.

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Colour

colour wheelSomething that I often suggest to families is to take a look at the colour wheel. This can can often give ideas as to both complimentary and contrasting colours. Complimentary colours are often found opposite each other on the wheel. For example, blue/greens and pinks or purples and oranges. Mustard yellows and oranges also compliment well, especially for autumnal shoots.

Location 

Where do you like to spend time as a family? Are there any locations which stand out as special to you? If you like to spend your weekends walking your dog through a forest or being in your garden, then somewhere with trees and greenery may suit you. Alternatively some families may choose locations such as the beach, as it may bring back childhood memories, or simply as it allows the children to run around freely.

Being based in the countryside, quite a high number of family shoots take advantage of the surrounding landscape, including use of the fields, riverbanks and big skies.

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There is always the option of individualising the shoot, purely based on location. Past families have used their own family farms, town and even the fairground.

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If you are stuck on locations to have your shoot, feel free to ask as I know loads of hidden corners in and around the local area.

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The Red Barn Wedding

Zara + Daryl’s Wedding at The Red Barn in Norfolk

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn completely spoilt us for this weekends wedding – the fields as far as the eye could see were golden yellow, the grass green and leaves beginning to come back on the tree’s. I was really looking forward to coming back here as I seem to have been here for mainly winter weddings and I had spotted the little lane to the back of the barn heading up towards a tree. After the group pictures, I wandered up there to check it out and just knew I had to take Zara and Daryl up there for their couple pictures. We were gifted with views of a yellow field, a tall beautiful tree with long grass and dandelion clocks underneath and a half cut wood pile. It was stunning.

I know this day had been a long time coming with lots of planning and hand made details that had taken over the spare room in Zara’s parents house. The couple had completely looked after and spoilt their guests with tasty canapés, pimms, drinks, garden games, a playbus for the children, harpist, a band to dance the evening away and a feast in the evening of stone baked pizza and cheese and crackers. It was a full and fun day and I left having had a fabulous day capturing everything.

Many many congratulations to you both. Your preview ….

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Bridal Prep - The Red Barn Wedding

Bridal Prep - The Red Barn Wedding

Littleport Church Wedding

Littleport Church Wedding

Littleport Church Wedding

Littleport Church Wedding

Littleport Church Wedding

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Confetti - The Red Barn Wedding

Confetti - The Red Barn Wedding

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The Red Barn Wedding

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The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

The Red Barn Wedding

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Reverse Bucket List

Big Sur, California

Last year, I shared my bucket list with you (bucket list) but how much better would you feel if you approached your Bucket List like a back to front bucket list? A focus on all the things you have achieved instead of getting caught up in what we haven’t done.  All too often we forget to appreciate all we have achieved.

As a result I thought I would work on a reverse bucket list and reflect on life so far in order to celebrate what I have managed to achieve and to feel grateful. What better way to boost your wellbeing!

I am sure I will have missed mentioning loads of things but Ive tried to focus on things that have made me laugh, when I have felt happy, when I have felt at peace and comfortable in my own skin and of course moments of proudness. Why not work on your reverse bucket list!

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  • Sneaked off for an afternoon to the cinema on my own
  • Eaten out alone
  • Road Trip down Highway 1 in California
  • Drive a left hand drive
Highway I California Highway 1, California
  • Been to a spa break on my own
  • Photographs published in a magazine (and recently published my own magazine!)
  • Worked abroad as a teenager
  • Had a girly holiday where it was all about dancing and drinking
  • Stayed in a water bungalow in the Maldives
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  • Travelled solo with my daughter through Mexico
  • Went to a Mexican wedding
  • Visited stonehenge at sunrise (in the days you were allowed to walk round it)
  • Had a camping trip solo with my daughter in a 2 man tent with no real plans other than it was school holidays and I had a tent in my car.
  • Learnt to line dance in America and saw Garth Brooks live.
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  • When living alone, replaced my fireplace, put up arcitraving and decorated all by myself.
  • Renewed my vows in the Maldives
Renewal of vows, Maldives
  • Won a channel 4 award for my work with Asylum Seekers in designing a welcome pack
  • Kissed somebody who was kind of famous (Curiosity Killed the Cat??)
  • Been to a retreat
Redfox Retreats
  • Got from Switzerland to the UK with no money and jumping trains (until I attempted to walk on a Ferry and needed to call my mum to wire money through to be able to get home!)
  • Had amazing city breaks and holidays in Europe
Europe Cities
  • I have 2 Degrees but secretly always wanted a Masters
  • Both myself and my daughter were bridesmaids for my best friend
  • Visited Downton Abby
Downtown Abby
  • Finally going in far enough to take my feet off the floor to snorkel – took me 5 days!
  • Witnessed the birth of my grand daughter
Birth of child photography
  • Worked in Europe as a teenager
  • Cross Country Skiing in Austria
  • Part of a strong female Photography Group
  • I was a single parent for 8 years that gave me so much strength
  • Cycled over Brooklyn Bridge
  • Had some amazing holidays
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I am sure I have missed off loads of things but it is only with looking back that I appreciate all the amazing places I have visited and experiences I have had. Try your reverse bucket list.

 

 

 

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Cambridge Wedding

A Family Wedding in Cambridge // Lorraine & Steven

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

 

Lorraine & Steven had their family orientated wedding in the centre of Cambridge before heading out to the village of Over for their reception. It was beautiful with so many in between story telling moments that showed the characters of the children, their exuberance, their playfulness and their interactions. It was fascinating to be able to observe, wait patiently and be able to capture the magic of them all.

Lorraine & Steven had put so much thought in to the styling of the day from the flower crowns, brides shoes, grooms suits, vintage china, table seating plan and little gifts for all the children at the table. Every detail was incredible and so many guests commented on just how beautiful everything was. I imagine their creative vision really came to life.

I kind of want to let the images tell the story as there was so many moments filled with love, laughter, fun, character, bonds and emotion – Everybody laughed, cried, had fun and really let themselves go and have a good time. The story of your day …

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

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Bridal Prep, Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Bridal Prep, Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

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Bridal Prep, Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Bridal Prep, Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Bridal Prep, Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

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Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

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Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Family Wedding Photography, Cambridge

Second Shooter: Summer Love Photography Associate Arienne

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Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Jodie + Daniel’s Wedding at Timbers Country Lodge

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

A gorgeous intimate spring wedding at Timbers Country Lodge in Fincham, Norfolk. Its not been the best of Springs weather wise however at Jodi & Daniel’s wedding, the sun shone, it was warm(ish) and there was plenty of blossom on the tree’s. The reception room looked incredible with a mix of fresh flowers, a blush colour scheme with hessian and lace and so many rustic DIY details all carefully hand made. It had all come together so beautifully. I arrived to make up being done, hair being curled and all the girls together in a room chatting and feeling excited about the day. The morning went super smoothly with plenty of time, which meant I could head off and capture the boys arriving and get their pictures together too.

Jodi + Daniels day was intimate with just 30 guests, my favourite type of wedding. Everybody relaxes with each other, all parties get to chat to each other and I find the couple are super relaxed and chilled throughout as they manage to chat to everyone and it doesn’t feel so overwhelming.

Here is their little preview from their day …

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

Timbers Country Lodge Wedding

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10 Top Tips for Wedding Planning

Keep Calm & Marry On by Louise Jones

Top Tips for planning your wedding and staying calm

It’s been 5 months since I got married, and I’ve definitely got some perspective on our wedding day! Here are my 10 top tips for wedding planning and all you beautiful brides and gorgeous grooms to-be! 

1. Choose your bridal party wisely

It’s very easy to get caught up in all the excitement and extra attention that comes with being engaged, spending lots of extra time with friends and family celebrating. When choosing your bridal party, really think about your relationships with the people you have in mind, and don’t rush into your decisions. Bear in mind that if your wedding is a few years away, a lot can happen in that time – don’t feel you have to make your mind up as soon as you get engaged. If budget prevents you having all of your really close friends as bridesmaids and ushers, don’t forget you can include special people in your big day in other ways, such as reading a piece during your ceremony or being a witness.

2. Don’t skimp on your photographer

When thinking about your budget, make sure you allow a good amount for photography. The images from your day are invaluable, and as your memories may fade, the photographs are there to keep those memories alive. On the day of your wedding there is so much going on, you’re bound to miss moments that your photographer has captured forever – so spend that little extra, it won’t be something that you regret, I promise.

3. Shop around

There are so many bits and bobs to buy, believe me, but if you take your time with each item and shop around to get the best price, you will end up saving yourselves a pretty penny. My biggest bargain was some lovely personalised robes for my bridesmaids, which I saved over 50% on.

4. Take spare shoes

If you’ve got yourself a lovely pair of heels, even with the best will in the world, your feet might not be able to last in them for the whole day. Take a spare pair of comfortable flats for if your feet can’t take any more – the last thing you want to do is miss out on dancing with your guests because of sore feet!

5. Accept help from others

I am such a control freak, so when the planning all started I was pretty much adamant that I wanted to do everything myself, plus you never really know if the odd person who says ‘if you need any help, you know where I am’ actually means it! If people offer a helping hand, grab hold of it. There is so much to be done, even just an opinion on something can go a thousand miles in making the whole process easier and stress-free.

6. Get organised

Lists, lists and more lists! In my opinion a list is vital. My head was so full of thoughts, ideas and worries that my list became my saviour. Ticking things off was really satisfying and each tick cleared a space in my mind for another wedding thought! I even had a list for each day leading up to the wedding so I didn’t forget to pick anything up or do anything!

7. Choose things that you want 

You can’t please everyone, neither should you try to. Think foremost about what you and your husband-to-be want, and the things that are essential to you both. Unfortunately there will always be someone who will have something to say about one thing or another, but ultimately as long and you and your husband are happy that’s the most important thing.

8. Have hair and make-up trials

Most beauty packages will include a trial, but if it doesn’t, I would 100% suggest you book a trial before your wedding day. Not only is it an opportunity to see how your make-up will look on the day, it’s ideal if you wanted to make any changes and it really settles your nerves knowing you are happy with how your hair and make-up will look. I made sure I had an evening out planned after my trial – it seemed a shame to waste it!

9. Don’t impulse buy

There are so many ideas and trends for weddings already out there, with more and more appearing. It’s very easy to see things you like and buy them off the cuff, without thinking if you actually need them or if they will fit into your theme or indeed your budget. If you can’t quite decide on an item, discuss it with your fiancé, sleep on it, and if you’re sure then by all means go and buy it.

10. Have some non-wedding related time with your husband

Wedding plans can become all you can think about/talk about, so do take some time off. Chances are even thought you may have been dreaming about your perfect wedding since you were a little girl, your future husband can’t say the same – so go on dates and enjoy each other’s company, and try to have a break from wedding planning. It will make the lead up to the wedding less stressful and more enjoyable.

Our wedding day was by far the best day of my life, and I hope these tips go some way into helping you to have the best wedding you could have ever dreamed of.

10 Top Tips for staying calm during your wedding planning

10 Top Tips for staying calm during your wedding planning

10 Top Tips for staying calm during your wedding planning

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Knights Hill Hotel Wedding // Norfolk

A Family Wedding at Knights Hill Hotel

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

 

Saturday saw the gorgeous wedding of Laura & Daniel at Knights Hill Hotel in Norfolk. A Hotel with rustic charm, a beautiful garden courtyard and then step through the gate a backdrop of beautiful country views with big skies. The star of the day was little Master G, the couples son. He had his very own suit and bow tie and all morning shared his smiles and big blue eyes – he had everybody swooning over him! Despite being only 3 months old he had all the guests in the palm of his hand and was very much a big and important part of the day.

As with all weddings, the time absolutely flies by, that last hour before the ceremony is full of final checks, anticipation and excitement before the ceremony is underway and before you know it, you are Mr & Mrs with a whole new chapter of your life ahead of you. A huge tip is leave plenty of time between the end of your ceremony and the start of your wedding breakfast so you have the opportunity to take it all in, stand back and watch all your friends and family there and to have the opportunity to mingle. That way it doesn’t feel rushed or all the time taken up with photographs but have the chance to hold hands and talk to family. Laura & Daniel did just this, they managed to speak to everybody, have time with their son and not feel too rushed.

Many Congratulations to you both. Here is your preview ….

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Knights Hill Hotel Wedding, Norfolk

Second Shooter: Summer Love Photography Associate Arienne

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Spring Styled Shoot – Bridal Inspiration

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When Alicia from Lily Jayne Florists got in touch with me and asked if I would photograph a Spring Styled Shoot she was organising – I didn’t have to think twice! It is so nice to have time, be creative and take pictures of all the amazing suppliers work. The theme for the shoot, set by Alicia was greenery, soft spring tones such as blush with a bohemian and soft feel. We used The Red Barn as a venue with their bare brick, field views and a rustic feel. This worked so well with the colour tones of the flowers and the general vibe of the shoot.

Any one who knows my work, knows that I love a big sky, the countryside and a relaxed laid back feel to a wedding, so I was in my element. As with my post on Autumn bridal Inspiration – when planning a spring wedding – think about all the things you love about spring – is it spring sunshine, blossom, new life, the feeling of waking up from the winter, blue skies and see how that all fits in with your wedding. I am a big believer that wedding themes, planning, colours etc should always be about you, representative of you.  With Make Up completed by Make-Up with Laura Gray and dresses supplied by Treasures Bridal in King’s Lynn – everything came together.

I hope you are able to take some inspiration from the pictures for your Spring Wedding.

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Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

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Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

Red Barn Spring Bridal Styled Shoot_ Bridal Inspiration

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Creative Maternity Portrait

Poppy & Matt

Creative Fine Art Maternity Portraits

 

When Poppy got in touch with me about having a creative maternity portrait and mentioned her mum was a florist, I just knew this would be right up my street. I suggested flowers in her hair, a rustic dress and the opportunity to head out to the countryside. Poppy shared her ideas of an Ivy crown, a little bouquet of flowers, a link to her dress, ideas for what Matt would wear and suggested Shouldham Warren – all the ingredients for something special. The big tall pine trees and little stream there is a hidden gem.

A fabulous morning was spent in the sunshine creating their creative maternity pictures.

Creative Fine Art Maternity Portraits

Rustic country flowers

Creative Fine Art Maternity Portraits

Creative Fine Art Maternity Portraits

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