Looking back over 2014 we feel so thankful for all the wonderful couples with whom we shared such beautiful memories. Their were many fabulous vendors who inspired us beyond imagination and good friends and family who added their something special through it all. As we look forward to 2015 and the new adventures it will bring, it seems fitting to have a moment of retrospection for the year past. The last twelve months saw us at the most incredible settings throughout the UK for weddings that really reflected the relationships they were celebrating. We are honoured that wedding photography is our calling. I can think of no greater sense of purpose than knowing the stories our photographs tell are true epics, narratives deserving of the magnitude of the love being documented. The joy of reflection reminds us that the new year will bring with it new love stories and we can’t wait to get to know all our new couples tying the knot in 2015, congratulations on finding your soulmate!
Amy and Ian were married at Lower Slaughter Manor in the Cotswolds. Their day stood out for truly centring around their love for each other and their handsome boys who all had a special part in the day’s proceedings.
Gemma and Cheerag celebrated in style at the magnificent setting of Blenheim Palace. Their day was all about having fun with an extra helping of style all around!
Araminta and Martyn‘s nuptials took place at Calcot Manor in the Cotswolds. A very romantic First Look set the scene for a most remarkable day filled with beautiful light for their Autumnal celebration.
Luisa and Ben decided to do things a bit differently for their Barnsley House wedding. Afternoon tea in the beautiful gardens made for a very relaxed and stylish affair.
Emma and Alistair celebrated their elegant I do’s at Blenheim Palace, with friends and family travelling from far and wide for their destination wedding. For their second portrait session we enjoyed one of the most beautiful evenings of the summer along with the perfect golden light that brings.
We loved being part of Merlin and James‘s big day at Hampton Court Palace. Their wedding was filled with personal touches and the impressive architecture and landscaping was very inspirational to photograph.
Paul and Miho‘s destination wedding at Calcot Manor in the Cotswolds was simply beautiful. All the excitement of the morning was so much fun to capture making way for an emotion filled ceremony that stole our hearts.
Vanessa and Stephen held their wedding at Blenheim Palace with an exquisite wedding breakfast in the Great Hall after walking down the aisle in the light-filled Orangery. It was a pleasure working with Isobel Weddings on this impressive occasion!
Joanna and Richard‘s Autumn wedding at Lower Slaughter Manor with a most atmospheric candlelit dinner was certainly one to remember. Our couple and their two boys as dashing ushers created a very special occasion to share with their friends and family.
Kate and James held their wedding at the very romantic Calcot Manor in the Cotswolds. Their day was brimming with the prettiest touches and their beautiful children as flowergirl and pageboy understandably stole the show!
One of the quirkiest weddings of the year was certainly Philippa and Adam‘s big day at Maunsel House. The wonderfully individual Manor House along with our couple’s penchant for fun made the day an incredible one!
Vinny and Emma‘s wedding celebrations embody how much we love getting to know each individual couple and being part of such an incredible journey with them. By the end of the 2014 we had captured three separate occasions for them, with a final bash at Blenheim Palace!
What these photos remind us of most of all is the huge privilege we have in creating photos worthy of such defining moments in two people’s lives. Here’s to a 2015 with this feeling constantly at our backs!