Sunny and Manisha had an Indian Wedding at Ragley Hall. It was a fantastic day at the brilliant 17th century mansion in Alcester. I had never shot here before and had never shot an Indian Wedding either, so I was really looking forward to the whole experience! I was not disappointed!
In the middle of August, for me, the best month for a wedding, Roy and Donna had a really nice, small simple wedding. This was a wonderful gathering of family and friends, excited to witness the bride and groom taking their vows.
This was a great night for Charli. As a bridal shower it was well organised and with some good surprises with all the right emotions. The theme was a Kitchen Party. Loosely tailored, around the Zambian tradition, which consists of an all-female guest list, helping to prepare the bride-to-be for her new life.
A wonderful winter wedding for Nathanael and Shanice in Birmingham! In fact, this was a West Midlands special with the activities covering a fair distance.
The Vows – Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Bacchus Road, Winson Green
Photographs – Priory Park, Dudley
Wedding Breakfast and Evening Reception – The Village Hall, Worsbury
The wedding of Shakiel and Hannah was a family affair held on the 24th February 2017 in Dudley. We thought it would be rained off, set in the middle of a cold winter. But the heavens cleared and it was bright and the air was crisp.
A City Wedding Birmingham for Dauntley and Simone. I have known them both for many years and this was a real privilege to shoot. The wedding vows were taken at the Birmingham Register Office and due to the weather, a quick trip to the Peace Gardens in Lee Bank, then, Handsworth Park.