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Hey guys, I think it’s fair to say that weddings are expensive things so, to try and ease the pain just a touch, for one week only, I’m doubling my “earlybird” payment discounts for all new bookings. This means, you can save anything up to £1000 off the usual package cost!

You’ll be able to book my digital only Primo collection for just £900 instead of the usual £1500.

My most popular collection, the Mezzo, which includes a 50 page “Young Book” album, comes in at £1400 instead of £2000. 

And there’s a massive £1000 saving on my top of the line Ultimo collection, at just £1500. This collection includes a stunning 70 page “Original Wedding Book”, fully customisable to just the way you want it :-).

All collections include full day coverage from bridal prep through to the first four dances, and include all the pictures from the day too (min. 500).

So here we are again guys back at work and back on the old blog again and, first up, a (belated) Happy New Year to you all :-).

January & February are traditionally my quietest months for weddings and this year’s no different, as I only have three weddings to shoot across both those months, with strangely, two of those coming back to back this very weekend! Being a bit quieter does give me the chance to finish off editing all the fabulous weddings I shot over Xmas and also to catch up on the blog a wee bit and feature more amazing weddings from last year, and I’m very pleased to be doing that just now.

Laura & Stephen’s big day back in April was to be my 10th of 63 weddings last year, making this my second busiest year since I started up 11 years ago now – second only to that crazy year back in 2013 when I booked just about anyone who wanted me, ending up with 70+! These days, I’m a little bit more conservative with how many weddings I take on :-).

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Onwards then guys with featuring this years weddings :-). As I type this, I still have another five weddings to shoot this year which will make it 63 in total by the time I’m all done and dusted, making this, from recollection, my second busiest year ever, aside from the year I went bonkers and shot over 70 weddings – I’ve deliberately cut back since then for obvious reasons :-).

So back at the end of March, we had another one of those fabulous early Spring sunshine days for Leanne & Stuart’s big day at the Crutherland House Hotel. I’d only ever shot one wedding before at the Crutherland so it was great to be back again.

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For those of you that follow my blog regularly (you know who you are :-)), then you’ll recall that in my last post I was going on about how much of a lottery March weddings can be in terms of the weather, with my last wedding before this being very wet and windy. Well, jump ahead a week or two, look below and you’ll see exactly what we got for Laura & Dean’s big day at The Vu…glorious sunshine and, from recollection, not too chilly either – what is it they say about March…”comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb”…spot on!

To say I’ve shot quite a few weddings at The Vu would kind of be an understatement – in fact, last year I was there eight times and the year before at least six, perhaps even seven. So, strange that it was then that this year Laura & Dean’s day was in fact my only visit there to date, although I am back again for my very last wedding of the year on the 30th December – funny how things go sometimes!

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March is one of those months where the weather can swing either way – I’ve shot weddings in “almost” summer like conditions…and I’ve shot weddings in conditions that, let’s say, aren’t so favourable, this being very much the case for Lucy and Frankie’s big day, with driving rain and bitter cold very much the order of the day. But hey guys, bad weather never got in the way of a good party and all that…

A slightly shorter day for me (with no bridal prep or evening dancing coverage needed), I kicked off at the very picturesque Dunino Church before heading along the road for my first every visit to the impressive Rufflets St. Andrews. Of course, bad weather does often alter some plans for the day, but we did still manage a quick hop outside at the church to get a few quick shots at the wishing stone – thank you guys for braving the conditions :-).

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