Bannockburn Wedding photographer
What a pleasure to capture Kyle and Hayleys beautiful wedding at the Batesford Hotel, where Kyle proposed the year before.
The event was very much them, beautiful and relaxed.
I first met Jessica many years ago. I remember so clearly her mother Alison filled with nerves and excitement when Jessica was starting high school. So I knew she would be filled with pride and excitement and many many tears when her little girl was preparing to get married.
When Jessica asked me to be the one to capture her special day i couldn’t say yes fast enough.
The day was one of those perfect, not a cloud in the skies spring days.
With the most relaxed bridal party, I knew it was going to be a fun wedding.
Jess had the most perfect smile on her face the whole day. One of those smiles that when you see it you can’t help but smile back.
I loved every single minute capturing the wedding of Jacob and Jessica. These two can only be described as couple goals.
I photographed Will for his newborn shoot a little over 12 months ago.
He came back with his family to update his portraits for celebrate this milestone.
I photographed big brother Jude as a newborn, so I was so excited with his mum emailed me to tell me she was expecting again and would like me to photograph her families newest addition when they arrived earth side.
I then got another email from Danielle, Harvey was eager to meet everyone and was born early.
After spending some time in special care, I finally got to meet Harvey.
He was such a good boy for his session and spent most of his time asleep.
When I first met Jess & Liam before their wedding I knew we were going to have a great time. They were everything I hope for in a young couple getting married..........chilled out and excited.
The whole bridal party were alike, you could see why they were drawn to each other as friends.
Everyone one of them were relaxed, and fun. There wasn't a time where they weren't smiling or laughing.
I left this wedding smiling myself, knowing these two were going to laugh their way into old age together.