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A diary of my work (and more) which will hopefully give you you an insight into my clients and my photography. I'd love to hear your feedback so please feel free to leave comments at the end of each post.

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Entries in Afternoon Tea (3)


Hampshire Wedding Photography, Emma & Mark, Warbrook House, Eversley

Berkshire Wedding Photography, Warbrook House

Emma & Mark were married at St Giles in Reading before a wonderful wedding reception at the beautiful Warbrook House near Eversley in Hampshire. I met Emma while she was getting ready at Warbrook in the morning. Many of their guests were staying there so Emma & Mark had organised a vintage bus from Ages Past to take the guest to the church in Reading. We were hoping to do a few a group shots at  St Giles but the torrential rain made us change our minds pretty quick and head straight back to Warbrook. Not before getting a few great shots with the umbrellas!

Here are a few images from Emma & Mark's wonderful Warbrook House wedding: 

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Hampshire wedding Photography, Rachel & Adam, Taplins Place, Hartley Wintney

Taplins Place Wedding Photography

Rachel & Adam were married at the lovely Taplins Place Farm near Hartley Wintney in Hampshire. Their ceremony was held outside in the wedding gazebo, before the reception in the side barn. They went for a very "cottagy" feel with an afternoon tea, sandwiches, cakes (lots of cakes!) vintage crockery, wild flowers, summer cordials and a sweetie bar! It was a lovely day with a fantastic atmosphere and a real priviledge to photograph!

Here's a s election of pictures from their wedding day:

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Laura & Chris' Wedding Photography, Ufton Court, Ufton Nervet, Berkshire

On Easter Monday I had the very great pleasure of photographing Laura and Chris' Wedding at Ufton Court. 

There were too many details to list that made the day special so here's a couple of examples to give an idea: Laura's teenage son took on the role of "Father of the Bride". He walked Laura down the aisle as well as delivering a very funny Father's speech with great confidence! Then there was "Afternoon Tea" with Sandwiches and Scones and I thought using the cups as the favours was a lovely idea. Close up Magician Guy Portlock performed to each table during tea, the coin trick was absolutely amazing!

Thanks for a  brilliant day.

Here's a few images from the day for you to have a look at whilst you're waiting for your flight home!