CLAIRE & CHARLIE AT CRABBS BARN

Apr 8, 2017

Well I don’t think any of us expected such a hot sunny day in April and only my third wedding of the year, I hope this a good sign for the rest of the season.. Claire and Charlie chose the lovely Crabbs Barn for their ceremony and reception and it looked beautiful with lots of spring flowers and blossom. I went to Claire’s parents house in the morning, their cat wanted to take all the limelight and kept trying to photobomb! Given the light still disappears quite early we were still able to do quite a lot including a fun star wars pic and even caught the sunset.

 

More posts you might like

2021 YEAR IN REVIEW

Well 2021 was a rollercoaster year, lots of uncertainty and wonderful homeschooling! After getting through lockdown 3 there was a glimmer of hope that some weddings would be able to take place later in the summer. Another handful of postponements meant the latter half...

2020 YEAR IN REVIEW

None of us started the year expecting what was to come. My last wedding without restrictions was in February and it feels so distant now. There’s hope on the horizon for weddings, an industry that has been hit hard by all this. I’m lucky to have had a handful of...

2019 YEAR IN REVIEW

Happy New Year! 2019 was an epic year for weddings and my year in review slideshow was so difficult to do as I just loved all the weddings so much and have so many favourites I couldn’t include. We started with storm Gareth, had the hottest day on record and a very...

2018 YEAR IN REVIEW

Wow can't believe 2018 is already over. It has been a very busy year and not much time for social media but I love to look back at all the weddings and here is my review slideshow. I had to leave out so many that I wanted to include but not sure people want to watch a...

DOWN HALL COUNTRY HOTEL WEDDING – HARRIET AND ADAM

What an amazing day with Harriet and Adam, such a lovely group of family and friends. It goes without saying that it was crazy hot so we held off till the evening to make the most of the cooler hours and lovely golden hour. It was my first time at Down Hall so...