My first wedding at Stone barn although I’ve photographed more wedding than I can remember at the sister barn over at Cripps. It’s clear the same people created this wedding venue as did Cripps. it has a very familiar feel to it. As always the food was amazing, the staff friendly and helpful and the venue is stunning.
Ruth’s bridal shower/African kitchen party. I’ve been looking forward to this event for a while now. Ever since I took this booking I knew what was coming. I photographed Ruth’s sister’s kitchen party and wedding a few years ago.
A beautiful marquee Southport wedding. A marquee makes for a lovely wedding day especially when you get lucky with the weather. Although rain bouncing off the roof can interesting too but I’ve found most have at least one or two little leaks.
If you have the addition of it being attached to a hotel or even a pub it makes life that little bit easier. If you or your family have the garden space for this set up it will make your wedding day feel that much more personal and relaxed.
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I started the day with the groom and his groomsmen at the Abbey House. A short walk from the Malmesbury Abbey wedding venue we would be attending later. A beautiful building filled with period memorabilia and ancient battle relics.
I arrived early and the boys were in good spirits relaxing with the occasional question about when they should start to get ready.