Highlights of our Weddings, Bridal Prep, Ceremonies and Portraits
Photography by James MCConnachie, Professional Wedding Photographer in the United Kingdom
The wedding photography 2019 decade is coming to an end. I am sure in the last 10 years everyones lives have changed in some way for the better I hope.
For most of this year I have been very very busy and not been able to post very often. But it feels like this decade needs some closure and as much as I would love to show off the last 10 years worth of work it would be too extensive for a single page post.
Instead I have decided to just show off this years wedding photography by picking just 5 random couples and showing some quick highlights.
Lets start with;
As you can see above every now and then unexpected guests turn up to investigate!
Next I thought I would show you the wedding dresse first reveal. Everyones wedding is different and sometimes its important for the Brides to only reveal their dress until the last moment possible.
Now we are moving on into the wedding ceremonies at various venues. A mixture of church and hotel registry moments.
The wedding ceremony and moments are the most important to capture and cornerstone to the whole wedding day. But our favourite part of the day are the wedding portraits.
We love to take a moment and try different styles of photography to draw out something interesting and add something special to any clients wedding collection. Take a look below at a few of this years portraits.
At any wedding you always have groupshots so below are a few that caught our eye.
To now finish up this post and this years wedding photography we have some of our fun party images from the wedding receptions. We like to play with our photography and get more creative here, take a look!
This concludes our wedding photography highlights, lets see what 2020 brings! Our first wedding is already booked for New Years Day!
Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year.
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