The dramatic dereliction and majestic gardens were not the only reason Liz and Alex chose Whitley Court and Gardens for their pre-wedding session, this romantic ruin is a truly special place for them—not only did Alex do his thesis on the sumptuous history of the court, Liz and Alex shared their first date here! With decadent restored fountains and ornate terraces and pavilions, the remains of Whitley Court are a peek into the lavish opulence of late 19th Century moneyed society; and a beautiful setting for a couple to stroll arm in arm with love hearts circling for all to see! Liz and Alex were so gorgeous together and I can’t wait to photograph their wedding in November!
Jessica and Karl's ceremony was my dream location! The excellent church of St Nicholas and St Peter ad Vincula has daylight balanced lighting installed and white walls, which means no weirdly tinted faces! YAY! Not to mention the sound advice and very relaxed rules from Revd. Dr. J Rajan; Don't fall and don't drop my camera.
The Force was with all on Jema and James’ May the 4th wedding. Held at the beautiful Shustoke Farm Barns where 18th Century red brick buildings house dramatic interiors.
It was such a sunny spring day in April for Robyn and Alice’s wedding, which was beautiful and intimate.
Such a wonderful combination! - Moonie (elegant, beautiful mare), Rufus (dog, so cool and playful), Samantha and Alex (couple in love, beaming in smiles!). Kinver Edge has never seen this much fun!
Photographing Alice and Robyn was such a romantic experience! The sky may have been cloudy, with spells of icy temperatures but their light and energy filled the Birmingham Botanical Gardens with warmth in record time!