Photographer of Families, Small People and Delightful Places, Travel and Lifestyle Writer and Blogger, Lives in Newcastle, Loves the North, Often Accompanied By A Beagle Named Holly Bobbins

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Favourite Wedding Photographs 2008, part 2

Yes, back again for the next exciting installment of my favourite images from all the lovely weddings I photographed this year.

so here's 1 bride who had me in tears because she was just so happy to be marrying her 1 true love.




and later on when we went to the Millenium Bridge there was a boat race on and the bridge was open which added a special extra flavour to all the photographs.




This one though makes my top 5 of photographs I've ever taken! thats a post for another day though!! Thanks to Steven and Denise one of my all time favourite couples.

Onwards to another magical wedding at one of my most favourite venues Headlam Hall, I can't speak highly enough of this venue because it's just completely gorgeous and it really fitted the intimate but amazing wedding of Emma and Mark



there's certainly plenty of places to take amazing photographs




September heralded the worst rain in over 60 years completely cutting off the town of Morpeth, there were a few scary moments when I knew that both my bride and the venue, Linden Hall couldn't be accessed the night before.

Then on the day of Adrian and Stephs wedding one of my trusty assistants was completely stranded and couldn't get to my house so thankfully me having backups for backups Karen came to the rescue and we got there only to find that most of the flooding had been cleared and actually Adrian and Steph even managed to have plenty of their photographs outdoors. With Adrian and Steph I felt I had been friends with them all my life and it was another case of being made to feel part of the family.



This photograph was made into a 24"x36" canvas and looked awesome in the big size.

September for me was all about weddings, I shot several in a really short space of time and each and every one of them was a fun and completely different event.



Nina and Stephen married at Longhurst Hall just outside of Morpeth.

The very next day I enjoyed the Antipodean wedding of Daniel and Bridget, 2 Aussies spending time in the country.




amazing and different style of bouquet

This wedding has quite a different feel and there were only about 3 brits at the wedding all the rest of the guests having flown in from Australia.




didn't Bridget look amazing?

My last 2 weddings in September were both spectacular and gorgeous events.




This gorgeous bride being Helen of Helen and Marks wedding at Wylam.

and the day after that I was back at another of my favourite venues Linden Hall for the wedding of Kath and Alan who's true love makes me feel all squishy on the inside!





I couldn't end this post without posting from my last wedding of the year which I know was only a week ago but Maeve and Pete are a truly adorable couple and a perfect way to end this post.






Well I have to say that I enjoyed each and every persons wedding I attended here and if you don't see your photograph here it doesn't mean I didn't love your wedding, merely that there just wasn't room to repost each and every photograph.

Stay tuned later in the week for some of my fabourite portraits from this year.
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