28 Feb Nicki and Ross
I have no shame in admitting that I’m a little bit obsessed with Ross and Nicki’s May 2019 wedding! Some days just really stay with you for a long time as a photographer and this was one of those special days. If you’ve followed my blogs/work for a while you will know that I’m a big fan of keeping things simple. Don’t get me wrong, huge fancy weddings are a lot of fun, but elegant and understated is definitely more my kinda bag. I have actually shown this wedding to a lot of couples I’ve met who were worried about the location for their wedding being too plain to have good photographs. All Nicki and Ross had was one very large green grass field with a tree and a swing, and as you’ll see in this blog, it looked absolutely stunning, and it worked! So fear not marquee lovers!
I was lucky enough to shoot the wedding of Nicki’s sister Jess a few years previous in the same church at Stapleton, so it was a real delight to come back to their family home for prep photos, say hello to all those familiar faces again, and see Jess’s wedding photos I had taken on display in the house! I loved everything about this wedding and I’m so glad I was there to capture it all for them.
Here’s what Mr and Mrs Counsell had to say:
“Thank you for capturing the very essence of our love and wedding day in your photographs. You make your work look so effortless and that, in turn, helped us as Bride and Groom feel so relaxed on our big day! We are in love with out photos and we can’t stop looking back through them! We can’t believe how many tears we all cried and how many belly laughs we had – thank you for capturing them for us to keep forever”
My pleasure guys xxx
An adorable part of the day was popping in on Nicki’s Grandmother (who couldn’t come to the wedding) for some special photographs before heading to the marquee where the guests were waiting to welcome them.
The Supplier List
Flowers: Anne Whysall
Dress: Dolly Blue Bridal
Catering: Roslin Caterers
DJ: Storm Machine
Crockery, Tables and Chairs: Tipples