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12 February 2018

Reader I married him - Victoria and Jonathan

Categories: Wedding Photography, Photography, Wedding

 

Well this one has been a long time coming hasn't it?! 

Part of the problem of why it takes me so long to blog about my wonderful clients is that I struggle so much to cut down the selection of images to share with you all. This wedding being absolutely no exception.

I absolutely loved Vic and Jonathan's wedding, the smiles and laughter seemed endless, the styling was GORGEOUS and the entire day just filled everyone's hearts with love. While the day was essentially small and intimate, it took in a lot of the surroundings of London and the people there. While photographing Jonathan getting ready, a taxi full of guests passed and hollered out of the window, the poor driver! When photographing Vic arriving at Islington Town Hall, we took a quick walk and the images seem just quintessentially "British" featuring a red phone box and the beautiful architecture. And of course when we left the ceremony, there was the big red London bus where we were all pressed up against the windows because Bill Oddie was attending the wedding after! The bus dropped us off at one end of the park in Stoke Newington which we all trooped through, the guests drinking prosecco, waving to those enjoying the park and petting dogs along the way.

The reception was in the Londsborough pub which was essentially their local. The dressing was fabulous, bunting and paper lanterns everywhere. We popped out the front of the pub to grab some shots of the bride and bridesmaids and got chatting on to a passerby on her way to a birthday party. At this point, I'm not entirely sure how, suddenly all of the bridal party are hula hooping with the hoops the passer by just happened to be carrying!

It's little things like this that you remember and will always bring a smile to your face and that's something to rememeber this Valentine's Day. The memories that you make always last the longest. Victoria and Jonathan are now expecting a baby, all of the love in the world to their little family!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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19 July 2016

The Tweet heard round the world

Categories: Wedding Photography, Photography

If you've landed here on my modest little wedding photography website you've probably done so because of a recent little tweet about Victoria and Jonathan...

 

 

So I woke up on Sunday afternoon, after a little cap nap, to find Victoria had tweeted the above, and it had all started to go a little nuts. I had photographed Vic and Jonathan's wedding the week before and, as you know my love for confetti shots, I sent her the above photo as a little sneaky peek. 

A little back story, I've been friends with Victoria for years, and after a conversation a while into our friendship it turned out that we had met each other WAY before that at an Irish Dancing competition when we were both in our mid teens! We were the only two girls in our group and despite our dance teachers telling us we weren't allowed to talk to each other, we did anyway. Rebels already I know...

So, when Victoria announced her wedding I was positively jumping to photograph it! I hadn't met Jonathan but I knew Victoria enough to know it would be a fabulous day. 

And there was no disappointment whatsoever.

Anyway, that's for a different blog, we're talking about trending...

So, why did this little cute story go viral? Well, in my opinion it's a real life love story, the kind that cynics believe only happens in movies, where the main characters have this amazing "meet-cute" and go on to live happily ever after. It has nothing to do with looks and everything to do with personality and how you portray yourself online, (a point which many Mail readers could learn from...) It's a love story for the modern, social media age and with all the horrible news that has befallen 2016, a little love can travel far. 

 

And it did.

 

Yesterday, I spent 90% of it on my computer replying to emails, tweets and messages. This is the result!

 

Mashable was the first to go up

 

 

 

I read the comments... :/

 

 

 

Page 3 of the Independent

 

BBC News

 

On top of that, AOL ran a weird little video, People Magazine have been in touch, blog enquiries and many other articles across the globe!

 

After all of this, I'd like to give a huge hug and thank you to all of my friends and family that have supported me, especially over the past couple of days. To everyone that sent me links and pictures, to my business besties that tagged me wherever they saw my image without credit and all those who are here with me during this incredible whirlwind. 

The biggest thank you obviously goes to Victoria and Jonathan though. You guys are amazing, you've made so many people believe in love again and that, in itself, should be celebrated. All my love to you both.

 

 

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