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For many, planning a Sheffield Town Hall wedding is a great option. For one, it saves you the cost of having to bring a registrar out to your wedding venue. Not to…
The story of a Staindrop Lodge Wedding
I know I come across as polite and well mannered.
Rest assured though, I grew up around the beauty industry. I have seen and heard it all, very little shocks me.
Having said that, Becky’s bridesmaids put in a concerted effort to break through my well trained demeanour.
My poor Unmanned Corner Cam saw things no camera should ever see. I guess I was asking for that by leaving it in a mostly empty room rather than in a busy room where I would usually set it up.
In all honesty I had a great time from the start. (more…)
I always worry about having to travel into the city alongside the bride, having left around the same time as her yet trying to arrive at the same time. I usually ask the driver to take their time, still they can park right outside whilst I have to battle for parking spaces alongside shoppers and city workers. (more…)
Every wedding has a first for me.
This time it was a chance to tick one off my photography bucket list, photographing a snooker match.
Arranging for their guests at their Club Baize wedding to have free use of a snooker table all night was a great idea by Fran and Shane.
Giving your guests something to entertain themselves in between formalities is always gratefully received by guests young and old. (more…)
Most relaxed wedding ceremony ever! This is the story of Kay and Lynval’s wedding day, starting out with the ceremony in the Sheffield Town Hall and then moving across town to the Rutland Hotel in Broomhill.
Actually, my day began at Kay’s house where we had a reasonably relaxed morning getting ready. The music was pumping, hair was extending, make-up was, erm, being applied. Amongst the highlights of the morning for me was getting to meet Michelle who was pulling a triple shift as hairdresser, evening reception guest and supplier of a sweetie wheel (look for Sugar Rush on Facebook). (more…)
Bella Magazine and The Mirror have already covered the story in great detail so I shall only provide the highlights here in my blog to bring you up to speed.
My first wedding of 2016 took me on a tour of Sheffield. We started out at Le-ann’s parent’s house in the morning and everything was calm and peaceful. Then of course the car arrived. I got my ‘bride leaving’ photos as usual and then jumped into the car for the standard ‘race the bride’ into Sheffield city centre to catch here arriving at the Town Hall.