Wow. What a year! We’ve finally caught our breath for a minute and have collated our top 50 favourite moments from 2017, so you can fully appreciate the crazy rollercoaster we’ve been on! Best wedding photography 2017.
Italy, Shetland and Spain were just some of the amazing places our couples flew us to capture their wedding day last year. We’ve photographed in a castle, light house, greenhouse, in town halls, churches, ruined buildings, pubs, on cliff tops and the banks of the River Thames (to name but a few places). We’ve seen and felt more emotion than we thought possible, and have loved every single second of it. Being with people and capturing their memories on one of the most special days in their life is something we find truly rewarding, and looking back at these photos feels like magic. Best wedding photography 2017.
We’d like to thank all our awesome couples for being amazing to work with and for trusting our vision to capture their day, we’ve been overwhelmed with the wonderful reviews and feedback, and can’t wait to show you the beautiful weddings and exciting shoots we have coming up this year. We have New York, The Canary Islands, Budapest, Iceland and Vietnam lined up on our travel schedules already.
We’re also so excited to be kicking off 2018 with A Most Curious wedding fair which, if you don’t already know, is the biggest, coolest, indie style-focused bridal event in the UK. It’s dedicated to providing a showcase of fresh talent and the most innovative established names in the wedding industry! It was an honour to be selected as one of the photographers to exhibit, as we know the show is very curated and only a handful out of 100s that apply, are accepted.
Finally 2018 will be the year Dan and I also get married, so it will be extra special for us! We’ll be leaving London behind for a celebration in the wild mountains of Northern Italy in June. It will feel surreal to be on ‘the other side’ and oddly enough we don’t really know what to expect. I guess nothing can really prepare you. We imagine the day will be over in a heartbeat, which really makes you think how important our job is. Not only do we preserve memories, but we create them, because moments are so fleeting, so subtle sometimes, that they go un-noticed, unless captured forever in a precious photograph.