THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED
Shelley and Alex brought their friends and family with them to Tuscany, Italy. They married on a veranda overlooking the city of Florence and continued their charming wedding on the roof terrace with a five course meal, speeches and dancing the night away to a local band. A beautiful and charming wedding in the heart of Italy
Hotel Villa Fiesole
Rachel and Ben married under the Faerie tree in Melbourne’s Fitzroy Gardens before heading across the city to their cocktail reception at the St Andrews Conservatory. The bridal party made a speech where Gemma, Maid of Honour said of first meeting Rachel, “When we first met, Rachel was quiet but I could tell that the river ran deep and I had to get to know this girl.”
An Autumnal delight of a wedding.
St Andews Conservatory
A last minute booking, Mark and Vix booked me just eight weeks prior to their wedding at the Hotel Almyra in Paphos, Cyprus. Vix was in the early stages of pregnancy for their wedding and you can see those early stages in her beautiful clean lined dress which is one of the most beautiful things from the photgoraphy. The white exteriors and blue skies joined forces to create a bright and elegant wedding by the sea of Paphos.
A bright, modern and elegant summer wedding.
Joanna and Paolo walked down the aisle to the sounds of the Groom, Paolos sister singing opera. Fans were passed around the congregation for the warmth of the wedding. Once married, they greeted their guests outside the protection of the church to a blanket of rice before riding off to their reception venue on a horse and cart. I’ll never forget the little girls’ eyes glowing watching the bride arrive in her carriage and running after her her down the path towards the church.
A beautiful warm and rustic charm of an Italian wedding.
Relais alla Corte del Sole
When Deirdre and Oisin invited me to photograph their wedding on the Wild Atlantic Way, how could I refuse? Married in Connemara at the beautiful Renvyle House Hotel, you couldn’t expect any less from the charms of the Emerald Isle with its rolling hills and blue sea light. Driving to the wedding venue was late and so far off the beaten track you wondered if you were driving to the end of the earth. The roads were winding and you could smell the salty air but as you arrived at the hotel with its peat fires and water you were endeared to the pure charm and wit of the Irish.
A stunning winter wedding.
Sara and Gordon hosted their wedding at the Domaine De Luxe in the Dordogne area of South West France. Saras understated and elegant style only complimented the modern and modest 165 acre estate of their wedding venue. Married outside in front of a panoramic countryside view, Domaine De Luxe only takes events for up to sixty guests. During the reception, festoon lights lead the way to the evening reception behind the houses where they danced the night away.
The drive through the quiet countryside of South West France is the perfect preface to a wedding in this secluded venue. Gorgeous.
An understated, sunny and very french wedding.
Domaine De Luxe
Danny & Zoe invited their friends and family to celebrate with them on the mountains of Andratx, Majorca. A truly warm and modest couple, this venue held sentimental value as they often visited Port D’Andratx for their holidays and with only a three hour flight from London – it seemed like the perfect venue for their intimate wedding. Lined up on their guests seats were hats and fans for the guests whilst they watched Danny and Zoe marry in the sweet courtyard of the finca. For the evening, guests sat down to enjoy tapas, wine and speeches outside under the sunset and stars. Finca Son Bosch venue felt as though it was a true mediterranean experience for the couple and their guests. I’ll never forget the refreshing, homemade lemonade.
Finca Son Bosch