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The beautiful Stanbrook Abbey in Worcester was where Ben and Christine chose to tie the knot. This venue is stunning I would definitely recommend a visit and is a dream for a photographer. It was a small wedding 1o guests so we had lots of time to run around and take photos despite the rain!

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Niamh and Chris are getting married in Painswick in August so the Rococo Garden seemed a great choice for the engagement shoot. I did a wedding here last summer and the gardens are gorgeous definitely worth a visit 🙂

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So Sarah and Darrens wedding a gorgeous day apart from one epic thunderstorm! But great bits of thunder and lightening!

I went to secondary school with Sarah so it was nice to catch up with her again, the prep was at her parents house somewhere I stayed a lot after nights out when we were younger and thought we could handle our drink!

Onto the church ceremony in Stanton St Quintin a very pretty church and nice service, then a drive to Sarah and Darren’s farm in Beckington through the beautiful Somerset countryside.

The “cow shed” was simply transformed for the wedding and could easily be a very popular venue if they ever went into the wedding business! Ill let the photos do the talking 🙂

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Gorgeous April wedding at The Green Dragon. It started off with bridal prep in Cheltenham so a nice 5min commute for me in the morning. We then went to Stroud registry office for the ceremony which meant on the drive back to The Green Dragon we could stop for photos in the Slad Valley great views of the cotswolds.

Derek and Katie had a great day for it I’ll let the photos tell the story.

 

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The beautiful Great House Hotel at Sonning was the venue for this wedding I’ve been once before and it is a firm favourite of mine.

We had the beast from the east the weekend before so I was slightly worried what the weather would bring. Both bride and groom got ready at the hotel so I switched between the two for the mornings prep. Onto the ceremony in the main room windows all along one side, views of the river and some great light, also a lovely harpist to accompany Helen down the aisle.

The sun then came out even though we had been forecast rain all day so we shot down to the river walk to capture the couples photos.

Onto the food and drink which is something else at this venue! highly recommend a visit and all the staff are super.

I left Helen and James to enjoy the rest of the day and took them out once more in the evening sun when the rain gave us a break!

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