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4 Ways To Use Succulents In Your Wedding

Succulents have a fascinating geometric beauty to them, and can be a beautiful addition to your wedding. Read on to see ways to use them in your wedding!

One of my favourite types of plants is a succulent. Do you know what a succulent is? They’re those exotic looking, thick leafed plants that are often found indoors for decoration. They have a fascinating geometric beauty to them, and can be a beautiful addition to your wedding. This is particularly true if you’re having a foliage heavy look or pale colour scheme. Foliage being a big feature in wedding trends this year means using succulents will be right on vogue! Below I’ve outlined some of the great ways you can include these delightful plants into your wedding.

Placecards

Succulents used as wedding placecards

Succulents are firm and hold their shape really well, so are fantastic for holding placecards with your guests names. These placecards below by Olive and Millicent looked fabulous in these succulents, the pale green working beautifully with the white and gold. 

In The Bouquet

Succulents used in bridal bouquet

Succulents peeking out amongst a bridal bouquet or flower arrangements bring something a little different, and a lovely classical, exotic feel to your wedding. They work particularly well in foliage dense bouquets such as this one by Flowers by Suzanne above, as they blend really beautifully with the green tones. 

In The Table Decorations

Wedding used in wedding table decoration

Also, a great way to stand out from the crowd is by introducing succulents into your table decorations. Your guests are sure to love these quirky little plants, either in a statement succulent centrepiece or nestled in amongst flowers or foliage. This table set up by Venue Styling by Sara featured above and below shows beautifully how subtle succulent use can be stunning.

Wedding used in wedding table decoration

As Wedding Favours

Finally, one of the hardest things I found to decide on was favours. What should I give as wedding favours? If you’re having the same struggle, why not gift them succulents? Succulents and Sunshine has written a great tutorial here on how to make succulent wedding favours!

The photos featured in this blog post are from my styled shoot from March 2018, which was featured in Affinity Wedding Magazine. You can see more about this photoshoot on my Publication page.

So if your not sure how to make your wedding flowers unique and memorable, I hope I’ve managed to help! I love succulents and think they’re a wonderful addition to weddings…. question is will they be an addition to yours?

Venue Launch and Review: The Barn At Brookend Green Farm

Last week I was blessed to go to the launch of a brand new venue in my local area, The Barn At Brookend Green Farm in Barton-Le-Clay. It was an amazing event, with excellent live entertainment from Dom Plays Sax and Briar Rouge, and delicious canapés from The Chefs Table… the Baileys and white chocolate tart was divine!

The stunning exterior of the Barn at Brookend Green Farm
The stunning exterior of the Barn at Brookend Green Farm

The venue is a beautiful barn set in the Bedfordshire countryside, over looking the Sharpenhoe Clappers. The barn is an L shape, and for the launch was set up with the ceremony set-up in one side, and the reception and sit down dinner set-up in the other. Soon, the venue will be licensed for weddings with 110 guests, the perfect number for an intimate barn wedding. The barn has a wonderful dreamy rustic feel, with the original beams exposed. For any bride or groom who dreams of a rustic wedding, this is the perfect venue for you!

Beautiful ceremony set up
Beautiful ceremony set up

I loved how elegantly the tables were dressed by White Button Weddings, accompanied by flower arrangements by Flowers at 58. For something a bit different, check out the gorgeous lace chair covers by Beautiful Bows! I loved them as soon as I saw them! Always a great addition to a wedding day, the LOVE lights were by The Vintage Wedding Drive.

The beautiful rustic interior of The Barn at Brookend Green Farm

Moving into the outdoor space in the grounds of Brookend Green Farm, this venue has it all! There is a gorgeous bridal tent for the happy couples wedding night, which was super romantic. Also, there was also plenty of space for glamping tents for the guests too. In the grounds, there is a beautiful little lake which would be absolutely stunning for photographs, as would the picturesque orchard that is part of the grounds too. The blossom was in full bloom while were there, and would be beautiful for a spring wedding. If you’re still not sure what season to get married in, check out my blog on the pros and cons of each wedding season!

, this venue has it all! There is a gorgeous bridal tent for the happy couples wedding night, which was super romantic. Also, there was also plenty of space for glamping tents for the guests too. In the grounds, there is a beautiful little lake which would be absolutely stunning for photographs, as would the picturesque orchard that is part of the grounds too. The blossom was in full bloom while were there, and would be beautiful for a spring wedding. If you’re still not sure what season to get married in, check out my blog on the pros and cons of each wedding season!

In conclusion, this is a beautiful barn venue perfect for couples looking for a relaxed, rustic, countryside vibe to their wedding. I personally can’t wait for someone to book me to photograph their wedding there. I can’t wait to get the chance to photograph at those beautiful features such as the lake! If you think this could be the perfect venue for you, get in touch with Sarah at The Barn at Brookend Green Farm Make sure to tell her where you read about it!

What Season Should I Get Married In? Pros and Cons of Each Season For Weddings

There are so many factors when it comes to planning your wedding, it can feel quite overwhelming. One that you may not consider, but that has a huge impact on how your day runs and the feel of the day, is what season you get married in. In this blog post, I am outlining for you the pros and cons of getting married in each season, to help you decide when is going to suit you best to get married. 

Spring

Pros:

Spring can be an incredibly beautiful time of year, and once you get to April time, there’s blossoms on the trees and the flowers are starting to bloom. This can make for some truly beautiful photographs, and some of my favourite things to photograph with are blossom trees. So often as well the blossom is white which just looks stunning for couple portraits.

Bride and groom portrait under a blossom tree

Another great thing about the spring season is that the weather is starting to warm up, and can be very pleasant, but without the stifling heat that summer can bring which makes guests (and also grooms in their suits!) uncomfortable. 

Cons:

Having said that the weather is starting to warm up, in Spring it can still be unpredictable and the old phrase “April showers” can be more than accurate. My wedding was in March 2015, and it was lovely and sunny but it was so windy! I had a huge full length veil and was in serious danger of taking off! So weather is a definite factor to take into consideration.

Umbrella at a tipi wedding

Another thought in regards to spring weddings is honeymoon destinations. If you are wanting to jet off straight after your wedding, your options may be slightly limited unless you are happy to go mid- or long-haul. The Mediterranean hasn’t quite warmed up yet in the spring, so a hot honeymoon may have to be further afield.

Also, depending how far into spring you’ll be will have a huge impact on your timings. If you’re going for an earlier spring wedding, say in March, the sun sets around 6-6.30pm. Therefore, if you were to have a later ceremony at 3pm ish, this doesn’t leave you much time for your group photos and couples portraits. This is a definite consideration if those group portraits are super important to you and you’re going to have a long list, or if there’s a significant travelling time between your ceremony and reception. Make sure you give a lot of thought to your timings, and plan accordingly. 

Summer:

Pros:

It’s summer! The weather is (usually) more dependable, and it can be beautifully hot, meaning outdoor weddings are possible, and you have more flexibility in terms of outdoor drinks receptions and food vans (such as fish and chips vans, ice-cream vans etc).

Wedding outdoor buffet

If you’re in the summer holidays, the kids are off school and you may meet less resistance to having a mid week wedding, which in terms of venue prices can help you save on cost.

The days are long, so unlike in other seasons you have the luxury of time on your wedding day to take your group photos and couple portraits. 

Cons:

The long days are great for the day time shots, but it does mean that night time photos such as creativity with lights and sparkler exits cannot happen. By all means you can have a sparkler exit, but it won’t be until 10pm or later and the photographer more than likely won’t still be there to photograph it. 

If the weather is anything like last year, it will get scorching in July and August, and on a wedding day there is actually such a thing as too hot. Couples in full suits and wedding dresses are usually the most likely to feel the heat, so if you don’t cope well with being too hot, perhaps avoid these months.

Groom and groomsmen

Also sun. I know what you’re thinking, how in earth is sun a con? But sun for photographers is a big pain! For the group shots it means weird shadows and people squinting, but if you’ve got an awesome photographer (ahem 😉 ) then they will find a way round this. Patches of shade and a bit of cloud are a photographers best friend.

Autumn:

Pros: 

Autumn colours… need I say more? All the heart eyes for autumn! There’s things I love about every season, but I think if I had to pick a favourite it would be autumn. The colours are sensational, and the weather is still warm enough in early autumn to be outside enjoying it.

The sunsets can be incredible as well, and anyone who knows me knows how much I love a sunset photo.

Another great thing is if your venue doesn’t allow confetti, you can use the autumn leaves as an alternative. Check out my blog post to see about alternatives to confetti if you’re in that very situation where your venue doesn’t allow it.

Also, venues prices can be a bit lower in the autumn as it’s considered the off season, so there could be some savings to be made there if necessary.

Cons:

As in spring, as the year draws to a close it can be very changeable and warm weather is of course not guaranteed. There is a higher risk of wet weather, which of course you may be insistent on avoiding dependant on how worried you are about getting your dress or suit wet! Although to be fair I also love a good rain photo! I keep umbrellas in my car just in case an opportunity presents itself!

Again, the time aspect starts to creep in again in terms of making such you get all the photos you want, so that is definitely something to bear in mind in terms of ceremony time if you decide on an Autumn wedding. 

Winter:

Pros:

Lights, lights and more lights. I ADORE fairy lights, so winter is like a playground for me. They create stunning backgrounds to photos, and can be used super creatively to make some gorgeous couple portraits.

Christmas trees are also awesome for photos, the bigger the better in my opinion!

Because it gets dark so early, there’s loads of time for fun night time photos. I love nighttime photos! Sparkler exits or fireworks can be a great fun addition to your day, and be captured by me during the time that I’m there!

Night-time bride and groom portrait
Night-time bride and groom portrait

There is also a chance of snow in the winter, which would be so much fun!

Finally, there are less weddings in the winter season, so you have a higher chance of the suppliers you want to book being available. If you want to drop me a message to check if I’m free on your date, head over to my contact page to do so. 

Cons:

It’s cold. Soooo cold. I’m not great at being cold, so I always come to winter weddings well prepared. My colleagues always laugh at me and the amount of layers I’m wearing, but to do my job properly I need to be wrapped up haha! On a serious note, it will limit the amount of time you are able to spend outside doing group photos and couple photos. I really try to rattle through the group photos super quick to get everyone back in the warm. However, often people are reluctant to go outside, particularly once it gets really cold, so sometimes the only option is to find somewhere indoors to do them.

In terms of the couple portraits, I’ll usually try to do them as quickly as possible. Then if I’m doing some creative photos with lights outdoors, I’ll get it all set up, then come and get you, slot you in to get the shot super quick, then straight back indoors, limiting your time out in the cold. I then repeat this again if I have any other shots to set up.

The main limiting factors of a winter wedding is timings. It gets dark as early as 4pm in the depth of winter, so you really have to be careful of ceremony time. I would advise to have your ceremony as early as possible. If you had a 3pm ceremony for example, you wouldn’t be out of your ceremony until 3.30pm at the earliest and that leaves no daylight at all for group photos or couple portraits. 

My Two Main Pieces of Advice

In conclusion, I would say I have two main pieces of advice when thinking about season. Firstly, look at your timings carefully. Timings are key to your day running smoothly, and if you have your ceremony too late in the day for a wedding at either end of the year, you may run into trouble fitting in all the photos you want. On www.timeanddate.com you can check what time the sunset will be at different times of year. Secondly, think about the type of couple portraits you want. Do you want them during the day time, bright and colourful, or artistic night time shots with lighting and effects? Whichever is your preference, make that a factor in deciding on the season to get married.

I hope this has been helpful for anyone unsure about when to book your wedding for… with so many factors to consider, hopefully I’ve managed to help you navigate this one!

What Type of Bridal Shoes Should I Have? 5 Great Options

Not going to lie, I am a shoe girl through and through. Combine that with weddings and bridal shoes, and I am in heaven! So read on for my top 5 types of bridal shoe, to help you discover which one is best for you.

A really important part of your wedding outfit planning is your bridal shoes. You will be walking and standing in them all day, and if they’re not comfortable or if they rub then you’ll soon know about it! The last thing you want is to feel uncomfortable on your wedding day! But if you’re anything like me, you love a good pair of shoes, and the look has to be spot on too.

Block Heel Court Shoes
Bridal Shoes: Wedding Satin Shoes

Gorgeous little shoes like these strike a perfect balance between pretty and functional. Perfect for those who don’t often wear heels or who would find it uncomfortable to be in skyscraper heels all day, these beautiful satin bridal shoes are elegant and comfortable.

Glamourous Stiletto Heels
Bridal Shoes: Wedding Stilettos

These showstopper heels are for someone who wants their shoes to be a talking point in her wedding ensemble. Also, you may even be able to wear them again after which is a big plus! These bridal shoes certainly bring an element of glamour to your bridal look, and always give me shoe envy! Just be careful that you are used to wearing such high heels, and subsequently you aren’t going to want to take them off 10 minutes after putting them on!

Still wondering if you should have a professional wedding photographer? Find out why I definitely think you should here!

Funky Combat Boots
Bridal Shoes: Wedding Combat Boots

Are you a bit of a rock chick, or a bit alternative, and love a good pair of Doc Martens? Why not get yourself a pair of combat style bridal boots? Fun, functional and comfortable, what more could you want! It is really important that your bridal shoes reflect a bit of your personality, as with everything else in your wedding.

Comfortable Converse
Bridal Shoes: Wedding Converse

Converse have made huge impression on the wedding industry in the last few years. Lots of brides choose to have converse as their bridal shoes, either for the whole day or for the evening once the formalities are over. Converse even have a page on their website where you can customise your own shoes, which you can find that here. They look awesome, can be personalised, and above all are comfortable! Win win!

Wedding Wellies
Bridal Shoes: Wedding Wellies

Now if there’s one thing we can NOT count on at a British wedding is the weather. So if you’re having an outdoor wedding, you might need a back up plan. For example, these particular wellies were for a beautiful tipi wedding in a field, and were a great addition in case of rain. And just because they’re wellies, doesn’t mean they can’t be pretty! These were decorated with a satin bow in order to give them a bridal edge.

So tell me, what type of bridal shoe are you leaning towards? Maybe you’re going to have to have a few pairs, stiletto heels for the day and converse for the evening perhaps? Let me know in the comments!

Why Do I Need A Professional Wedding Photographer? Here’s why…

“Don’t bother about the expense of a wedding photographer, everyone will have their phones… you’ll get loads of photos!”

Anyone ever heard that? Those people may mean well, but with the best will in the world, they need to shhh! 

I would always, always advise couples to get a professional wedding photographer. I know what you’re thinking, well of course you would, you are a wedding photographer! But thats not the reason why… 

Don’t get me wrong, some photos that friends and family take are beautiful. Photos taken on a selfie stick are some of my favourites from my wedding day! And yes, a photographer may well be one of the most expensive costs for your wedding day.

Bedford School Wedding

However, for some moments a mobile phone just won’t do… such a capturing the way the best man puts his hand on the grooms shoulder in congratulation, the tear in a grooms eye as he waits for his bride to walk down the aisle, the first kiss… need I go on? Well yes, thats just the ceremony! Think about the whole day, and the little moments that you don’t even realise the photographer is capturing. You’ll look back on the photos and realise those little moments were actually the big ones. 

Another huge reason is, what are you left with after your wedding day? The food has all been eaten, the invites given out and thrown away, that beyond gorgeous wedding dress is in a box in the loft (because no matter how much you love it, apparently its not normal attire to do your food shopping in… although given half a chance I would definitely be in Tescos in my dress, tiara and all 😉 ). But in all seriousness, photos. Photos are how you remember your day, remind you of those little details you would otherwise forget… thats worth investing in right?

And which photos end up on the wall? Well I know in my house, as you go down the stairs, staring back at you is a huge canvas of myself and my husband that our wedding photographer took. Its almost always those beautiful portraits of the bride and groom that people adore, and print out big to display. They evoke emotion, and beauty, and ultimately, remind you of what the day is all about: you. Not your friends and family, not the cake or the food but you and your husband or wife coming together. You declaring your love for one another, and vowing to spend the rest of your life together.

So yes, I am passionate that you should have a wedding photographer there, to capture all those moments and emotions that make you remember why you got married in the first place.

If you want to hear from some couples who believe the same as me, head over to my Facebook page to read some reviews left by my clients, and on my testimonials

Love,

Nicki x

Help, My Venue Doesn’t Allow Confetti! 4 Fun Alternatives.

“Sorry, we don’t allow confetti on the grounds”. Those dreaded words that send doom into the heart of every bride who has dreamed of having beautiful petals rain down over her and her husband as they leave their wedding ceremony. Have no fear though! There are some great alternatives to confetti that look just as beautiful.

“Sorry, we don’t allow confetti on the grounds”. Those dreaded words that send doom into the heart of every engaged couple who have dreamed of having beautiful petals rain down over them as they leave their wedding ceremony. Have no fear though! There are some great alternatives to confetti that look just as beautiful. 

1. Bubbles

Little personalised bottles of bubbles look great as favours on guests chairs in the ceremony, or in a basket by the door when they exit. Its a whole heap of fun, for both the guests and you guys! Make a corridor of guests, and get walking through the middle! Make sure you’ve got plenty of guests participating, as with bubbles the more there are the better it looks in photos. The only thing to be aware of with bubbles is that the liquid can stain, so be careful that guests do not spill it on your dress. 

2. Autumn Leaves

If you’re getting married in October or November, and your venue doesn’t allow confetti, you might find that you have a wonderful alternative that Mother Nature has already there for you! Simply get your guests to pick up a handful of fallen autumn leaves each, and throw them over you as you walk through the middle of a corridor of guests.. exactly the same as you would with your confetti! Word of warning though, make sure the leaves your guests pick up are dry, not wet or having been in the mud. The last thing you want is guests throwing piles of mud all over you! 

3. Natural Petal Confetti

Although some venues do not allow traditional rice paper confetti, they sometimes will allow confetti made from real flower petals dried out. You can buy these from specialist companies, or you can make them yourselves, which I’ve seen brides do with great results! Wildflower Favours have written a great guide on how to make your own, check it out here! Just be careful that if the weather is wet, the colour doesn’t transfer onto your dress from the flowers. 

 4. Sparklers

Sparklers are an amazing addition to your wedding, whether it is instead of confetti or in addition to it! They’re so much fun, everyone loves them from kids to adults! Obvious safety concern with sparklers, make sure your corridor for walking through is really wide, make sure there is a bucket of water or hose near by in case of a fire, and make sure you have a bucket of sand for everyone to put the used sparklers in as they stay hot for a while afterwards. Also double check with your venue whether or not they allow sparklers, as some venues insurance won’t cover it. But if your allowed them, and your safety is up to standard, then have fun with them! They make for awesome photos, and amazing memories. 

So there’s some ideas for alternatives to confetti… all is not lost if you’re not allowed it! Check out the gallery to see more wedding photos, including ones with alternatives to confetti! Have you had something else other than whats mentioned above? Comment and let me know if you have! 🙂

Nicki x

Published!

This blog was originally published on my previous website on 24th April 2017, but I had to re-blog it on this one because I was so super proud of this moment!

“Well, I am super excited to show to all of you the NATIONAL newspaper article online that has featured one of my beautiful brides! The link is at the bottom of the post.

Emily, my stunning bride from October last year who was 33 weeks pregnant at her wedding to Dan, has been featured in an online article by The Sun about brides and their relationships with their dresses! And whats even more exciting is that one of my photos from the wedding right there, on The Suns website! (Can you tell I’m a little bit chuffed?!)

The article details a beautiful statement from Emily, in which she describes the events leading up to her wedding which had me welling up reading it, so get the tissues out! She and Dan have been very blessed since their wedding with beautiful baby Anna, and I am so so pleased for them. And further down there’s a photo The Sun have taken of her now with her wedding dress, and doesn’t she look incredible?! Make sure you read the article, it’s one not to miss! Thank you again for letting me be a part of your day, wishing you all the happiness in the world as a family ❤︎

Love, 

Nicki x”

Article Link: https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/3372429/food-blogger-wedding-dress-miserable-four-brides-really-feel/”

Marnie and Colin’s Oakham Castle Wedding

Oh what a day!


The intriguing, stunning Oakham Castle was the setting for Marnie and Colins ceremony, and what a ceremony it was! Colin couldn’t help but smile as he saw Marnie arrives the the end of aisle, and her look back at him was just perfection! They read touching, handwritten vows that brought tears to everyones eyes, and the love between them was so plain to see.

After the kiss that sealed the deal, we headed outside to get the group shot of everyone who attended the wedding… with 120 people that was a big ask! What made it even more tricky was that every so often that day, the heavens opened, and dropped half of the rain in the world on our heads. However, out we went and we got the shot with Oakham Castle in the background… then the rain started to fall again so we all ran back inside for the rest of the group photos. But WE GOT THE SHOT!

Then it was time for the bride and groom portraits. Marnie and Colin were simply naturals! At the end of the day, the people have that kind of chemistry, its not difficult to create beautiful photos of them. Marnie’s beautiful fiery Calla Lilies bouquet just completed her stunning dress, contrasting beautifully. 

Then the heavens opened again, which we took as an indication that it was time to head over to the reception… but we hadn’t yet had a chance to get a shot of Marnie’s brother who heroically stood in as chauffeur when there was an issue with the wedding car. So bless him, not only had he saved the day by being the chauffeur (although Marnie’s Dad reckoned in his speech it was only so he got to drive a Jaguar lol!), but he was an excellent sport and stayed in the rain for a photo too, complete with chauffeur hat and gloves. 

Then the reception… oh wow. The family had helped to decorate in a Morrocan theme, and my goodness it was incredible… I think my mouth literally dropped open! I adore bright colours, so this was like my dreamland. There was so many little trinkets on the table, beautiful bright pink patterned table coverings and hundreds of tiny tealights.

Their personality didn’t stop there either… the speeches were emotional and hilarious, and the best man had the single best speech trick I have ever hear which had us all in stitches (seriously, ask me about it next time I see you!). They then carried on into a first dance which was completely personal to them, a Dubstep song which I’ll confess I didn’t know the song so couldn’t tell you what it was, but it was simply perfect. And of course, the Doc Marten boots, donned by Marnie, because who wants to be uncomfortable at their wedding?  

I had so much fun at this incredible wedding, wishing you a wonderful married life together 💍❤️

Love,

Nicki x

Venue: Oakham Castle
Flowers: Country Fayre Florist
Dress: Honeys Honeys Bridal & Events
Hog Roast: Moody Pig Hog Roast
Band: The Basic Cable Band

Emily and Dan’s St Albans Wedding, Hertfordshire

Amid the beautiful autumn colours of late October, Emily and Dan tied the knot in the historic St Albans registry office, The Gatehouse. A beautifully intimate ceremony, with only 15 of their closest family members, Emily’s proud father gave her away to marry Dan, father of her unborn child. Being 33 weeks pregnant, this day was especially poignant as it meant that their baby was also present at her mum and dads wedding day.

Amid the beautiful autumn colours of late October, Emily and Dan tied the knot in the historic St Albans registry office, The Gatehouse. A beautifully intimate ceremony, with only 15 of their closest family members, Emily’s proud father gave her away to marry Dan, father of her unborn child. Being 33 weeks pregnant, this day was especially poignant as it meant that their baby was also present at her mum and dads wedding day.

Being an old prison, it had a beautiful black gate and rustic brickwork walls to provide a backdrop for the bride and groom portraits. This combined with the gorgeous autumn leaves made for some stunning photographs of this beautiful family. 

We then moved on to a meal for the 15 of them at the Prae Wood Arms just outside of St Albans, which has been beautifully restored. When we arrived, we saw potential for some more portraits of Emily and Dan, as the sun set over the grounds of the pub. The swing set in the grounds also made of a fun portrait! 

Thank you for letting me be part of such an intimate wedding Emily and Dan, I had a great time and I wish you a long and happy life as a family and with your baby ❤︎

Love, Nicki x

A Little Bit About Me…

I figured you would want to know who is actually going to be photographing you, because something that I am a big believer in is that a connection with your photographer is one of the most important aspects of beautiful wedding photos.

Hi there! 🙂

Okay, so I’m going to be honest… this is a super scary blog post for me! I HATE talking about myself, usually I’m the one behind the camera, talking to brides and grooms about them and their special day. But I figured you would want to know who is actually going to be photographing you, because something that I am a big believer in is that a connection with your photographer is one of the most important aspects of beautiful wedding photos. 

Anyway, I’m procrastinating… 

So hi… I’m Nicki! Im 27, and I’m married, which was what inspired me to take up wedding photography. I’ve always loved photography, my dads a photographer and has been since before I was born (although he’s more of a nature and landscape photographer… he’s AMAZING!). So then I decided to pursue it, as I have a huge passion for weddings, not just the prettiness and grace of the day, but the connection and love that is all around. And every wedding that I go to reminds me of MY wedding day, and makes me a little bit emotional… which is what a wedding (and your job!) should do right? This is a passion for me, and I LOVE it!

So me and Dan, my husband, have a little boy Freddie who is three years old and is the funniest kid you will ever meet… seriously he’s hilarious! And super beautiful too, so pretty much all round perfect… although I’m biased of course 😉 I also recently gave birth to our second boy, Bobby, who is such a gorgeous little boy! He was born in October 2018, and I did’t think it was possible, but he has brought even more love and happiness into our lives. 

So what do I do to chill? I love to travel, and could spend all day talking to you about the world and travelling and places you’ve been. Otherwise I love films, cocktails, socialising… I’m easily amused, and have fun in pretty much everything I do. 

Im a chilled out, friendly person, could talk for hours and I am one of the most loyal people you will ever meet. I bend over backwards for the people in my life, and that includes my brides and grooms! 

Ive attached a few photos of my life, so you feel like you know me a bit better and we get that oh-so-important connection 🙂

Why not comment and tell me a bit about you? Or if you’re looking for a wedding photographer, lets arrange to meet up for coffee! You can tell me all about your wedding day, and we can dream about the beautiful photos I can take for you 🙂

Love, 

Nicki x