Tipi Wedding | The Nicks!

Your style and portfolio were immediately a real draw for us, it was exactly what we were looking for.

Before the wedding, you provided us with great guidance and recommendations, not just on the photography but on the whole day. This really helped us get the most out of things and we were able to relax knowing that everything was in hand.

After the wedding, we were so excited to receive our photographs and they exceeded all of our expectations!

What’s so special is that you’ve captured real moments - from the portraits in the orchard to the evening dancing shots - every single image tells a story. This is something that we value so much when looking through them now.

We will cherish these photos for a very long time.

Thank you,

Nick & Nicky

South West London Wedding | Caroline & Will

We cannot thank you enough for our incredible wedding photos! We’re so in love with them! You’ve captured what was the most incredible day, just perfectly!

I’ll admit I was a tad worried about them, not feeling the most photogenic person in the world. You made me feel so comfortable, the whole process was just easy!

South West London Wedding couple

You blended into the wedding so brilliantly, I think the biggest compliment from one of guests was that they didn’t even notice you!

We would live in our wedding day forever if we could, but knowing that we can’t we are just thrilled to have such wonderful photos.

Thank you so much again, we are beyond grateful! 

Caroline & Will 

DIY wedding in Somerset | Mark & Rachel

Mark and Rachel's wedding took place on the beautiful Somerset farm where Rachel grew up. And it wasn't just any old farm, it was an Ice Cream farm! So it's fair to say that Ice Cream played a pretty significant role, especially later in the day once people had digested their delicious hog roast. It was a week packed with activities on the farm during a pretty spectacular Wedfest where good friends and close family came in from far and wide, including Australia. One of the only key family members that couldn't make the day was Rachel's grandmother who is the little face you see on the laptop during the bridal preparations, Skyping from down under, which I thought was a really nice touch.

Thanks to the Wedfest, everyone was incredibly familiar and by the time the actual wedding day came around people were so genuinely at ease with one another that the day had one of the friendliest, most relaxed atmospheres I've ever worked in.

The wedding reception took place in a large barn that family and friends had spent over a week clearing and preparing for the day, the detail was impeccably well planned including a parachute in the roof of the barn to create a more intimate environment as well as a chill out area for the oldies!

Here's my favourite, natural reportage wedding photography from this incredible wedding: