Leah & George – Wedding Day

Leah and Georges Wedding Day was suddenly here. Being February, what was the worst that could happen? – Rain? – Yup

Still, when you come prepared with a flask of piping hot tea, then nothing is really a problem.

The full Gallery can be seen HERE. You’ll know the password if you know the couple. 🙂

 

Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding
Leah & Georges' wedding

Leah & George – Engagement Shoot

Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement ShootWhat a breath of fresh air George & Leah are!

Whilst the weather did what it does best in the UK (yep, lash down with rain and blow a gale), Leah & George were unflappable. Even when the umbrella tried its escape routine!

Eventually the weather relented, and although the sun still refused to shine, their smiles and laughter were all that was really needed for a great wedding pre-shoot.

The full set of images can be seen in the gallery HERE. You will need a password, which will be obvious if you know this couple.

Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot
Bristol Wedding Photography Engagement Shoot

 

Sue & Mike – Stanton House Hotel, Stanton Fitzwarren, Wiltshire

Stanton House Hotel.

Darcy the OwlSue and Mike appeared unconvinced by the need to have a photographer for their wedding day when we first met them in Bristol last year. It seemed that, like many couples, they were simply bowing to expectation.

And like most couples, they were also convinced that neither of them were ‘photogenic’.

So it was something of an accolade to be commissioned to shoot their wedding at the lovely Stanton House Hotel, and an even greater compliment when Sue told us that we had made them feel like movie stars for the whole day.

In reality, Sue and Mike had been a delight to photograph – Sue was absolutely radiant from the instant we arrived. We love it when a bride has a smile as genuine as Sue’s. Mike would no doubt agree that she simply sparkled as she enjoyed everything about such a special day.

Photogenic they most certainly are!

Talking of special, one of the surprise guests was Darcy, the barn owl, who had the job of ring bearer.

Darcy managed to weave her appearance and activities into every speech and pretty much every conversation at some point.

Here are a few images from the day. Once the bride & groom are back from honeymoon, the full galleries will be available HERE and you’ll need the password given you on the photo-card at the reception or ask Sue or Mike.

Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel wedding
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House
Stanton House Hotel wedding
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House Hotel
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding
Stanton House wedding

 

Engagement Shoot – Manisha & Rob

Manisha & RobWe knew instantly when we met Manisha & Rob late last year that theirs was going to be a fun wedding.  It seems to us that they both have a bit of a sense of humour and when we did their pre-shoot near M Shed in Bristol’s main harbour, our suspicions were confirmed…

The shoot was after they finished worked on a Monday evening and it appears that the harbour area is the preferred location for half the joggers in the city.  We found the safest way to avoid being trampled was to stand perfectly still and make full eye contact with the fast approaching ipod and trainer set.

After a brief chat and demonstration on how to look even more beautiful than ever (we’re talking Manisha here [sorry Rob 🙂 ]), we set off slowly in the general direction of the railway sidings. It was very cold – fast becoming the dominant feature of British springs and summers – yet Rob & Manisha stoically refused to be beaten by the chill.  No star-jumps for them to keep warm!

The full set of their photos can be seen HERE.  Ask Manisha or Rob if you need the password.

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