Category Archives: Wedding photography advice

Dominique & Phil’s romantic first look at Quinta de Sant’Ana, Portugal.

Dom & Phil decided to have a ‘first look’ at their destination wedding at Quinta de Sant’Ana in May. The idea of a first look has really grown in popularity. Many wedding couples now opt to have a moment, set up by their wedding photographer, where they see each other for the first time, before the actual…

For the love of flower crowns!

What is it about wearing a flower crown that makes you feel so beautiful, girly and let’s face it…a little bit magical? Maybe it’s the little girl in each of us, lying in field daydreaming without a care in the world. Flowers in your hair and the sun on your face. Bliss…   I went to an wedding event…

Wedding Photography tips: Making the most of your bridal preparations.

The morning of the wedding goes by in the blink of an eye. Before you know it you’re walking down the aisle, on your way to becoming a Mrs, so I always urge my brides make the most of the start to the big day – the “bridal preparations”! This post covers all the little things related…

Wedding Photography tips: Making the most of your Engagement Session.

Thank you for stopping by. This blog post is all about how to make the most of your engagement or pre-wedding session. The advice in this post is based on my experience of working with couples over the last 6 years. It is also the first in the ‘wedding photography advice’ series for brides & grooms. The…

Why you should invest in a wedding album.

Wayne and I tied the knot in December 2009 in Cape Town, South Africa. Our wedding day was absolute perfection…in every way. From the gorgeous venue (The Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa) to my beautiful Pronovias wedding dress to the moment the minister pronounced us husband & wife and Wayne took me in his arms…

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