We hope that you’ve all had a fabulous Christmas and very best wishes for a successful 2009 – a special mention for those of you whose weddings we’re photographing this coming year – we’re very excited :) Before 2008 is over we have one more wedding to photograph; Matt & Charlie at Peckforton Castle on New Year’s Eve. What an amazing occasion this is going to be!
Firstly, we still want to show you a few more of the portraits that we shot back in November:
Starting with baby Hudson:
This was the best of the November autumnal weather that I had for my entire trip so we made the most of the blue sky:
Finally, gorgeous little Molly was a dream to photograph and I’m sure will model in the future like her Mum!
We have been lucky enough to photograph weddings at some fabulous wedding venues throughout this year, both in Italy and the UK. Tenuta di Corsignano in Tuscany was one such venue and played host to the wedding of Justin & Susan in October. This is a wonderful wedding venue for a wedding of up to about 50 guests – it’s got a real cozy, intimate feel to it and the food was outstanding. Andy and I stood watching the chefs in awe as they tossed the ravioli in sight of all the guests. It’s about a 10 – 15 minute drive to the centre of Siena and gives the option of marrying, as Justin & Susan did, in the stunning Siena Town Hall ( a wedding photographers’ dream). Tenuta di Corsignano also runs wine and olive oil tasting and cooking classes – some of the wedding guests went along and had a couple of fabulous days learning about the real Tuscany. If you want to see more of Siena Town Hall and Tenuta di Corsignano we have uploaded Justin & Susan’s entire wedding album. Click here to see it. Let us know what you think. -Amy
Here are a few more images from two more portrait sessions, shot in November:
I think, looking at Phil & Wendi’s print order that this next one must be their favourite :)
The next photographs were taken at Plas Ifas, near to Corwen in Denbighshire. The family’s beautiful country farmhouse has its very own wedding venue! Check out their website here.
There’s something about the next image that I absolutely love. I’m sure that it wouldn’t be a parents’ favourite but, just imagine either of the four children looking at this photograph in 50 years time – they’ll love it! It has such a timeless feel about it; it makes me smile :)
One of our Brides for 2009, Yasmine, has recently started writing a ‘Bride’s blog;’ however, this is a blog with a difference since Yasmine is the Senior sub-editor / Commissioning editor for Brides Magazine. Published by Conde Nast, Brides Magazine is Britain’s best-selling bridal magazine. Follow the build-up to Yasmine’s Tuscan wedding here.