December 16, 2014
Paul and Joanne’s wedding feels a long time ago, but it was with them back in March that this year’s wedding photography got underway. Since then I’ve had the privilege to capture the wedding days of many happy couples, share in their memories and capture them for their family and friends.
Thanks, as always, go to my wonderful friends and family for their continued support of the business and especially to Rache who continues to be all the support I could ever wish for personally and professionally.
I’d also like to dedicate this post to Mr May (above), who passed away a few weeks ago, but not before giving away his daughter Liz back in October.
December 10, 2014
It’s taken me all day to create this blog post! First I had to pick out my favourite images. Then, because I’d picked out so many my web host was playing up every time I tried to upload them. Nevertheless, I’m really pleased to be able to share lots images from one of the most colourful weddings of the year, featuring lots of DIY elements and some dinosaurs!!
December 5, 2014
A couple months ago I had my first ever pre-wedding portrait scheduling emergency, “Harewood House closes for the winter in 10 days and we really want to do our pre-wedding shoot there!” explained Kerry. I didn’t even know they closed for the winter but, as season ticket holders, Kerry and Liam had received the tip off. It is one of their favourite places to go and so with the beautiful autumn palette as our backdrop we headed in to the gardens, just in the nick of time.
December 3, 2014
If you’ve not already seen it, take look at part one of this destination wedding to find out how I ended up in Malta for Jonny and Emma’s elopement. It was a real honour to be involved in their wedding day, as their photographer, as a witness, and just to be on hand to help where I could. Here are my favourite images from their Palazzo Parisio Wedding Photography:
I researched other Palazzo Parisio Wedding Photography before heading out on my trip so I knew that the venue was going to be impressive. Nevertheless I was still blown away by it when I first walked in! Jonny arrived in in the grand ballroom to see the venue for the first time only a few minutes before the ceremony. Emma’s first view would come a few minutes later when she walked in, with Jonny at the other end of the room waiting for his bride.
I stayed at the same hotel as Jonny and Emma, The George, which made things a lot easier. Malta is a wonderful country and they are quite fond of the British thanks to us kicking out the French not that long ago!
It is definitely somewhere that I’d like to return in the future, for a holiday with Rache, and obviously I’d love the opportunity to return to Palazzo Parisio for more weddings. The venue really is epic and the fact that these guys had it all to themselves made it all the more special. That said I know that the palace is popular for large weddings and I can see why!
If you are thinking of having a destination wedding, perhaps even in Malta then please get in touch. I hope this Palazzo Parisio Wedding Photography has provided some useful inspiration.