Lara and Scott wanted to create a wedding day that was unequivocally theirs and boy oh boy did they pull it off! I mean it isn’t often you go to a wedding with the little mermaid and a storm trooper sat at the top table, metallic dinosaurs and a light up box with a swear word on it. They were married at Pennard House, just a short 10 minute drive from their house.Details
Ok, I’ll be honest, I love reliving my own engagement story to whoever asks, I honestly think it’s one of the most exciting things about the whole marriage process. Granted, I haven’t got married yet, but when I ask anyone else about how they got engaged, I can still see that glimmer of excitement in their eye as they relive it like it was just yesterday. Just like Lucas and Bekah who met at Keele university back in 2007. 7 years later Luke proposed whilst they were away for a week in the lake district, I’ll let Bekah tell you the rest…
“Lucas booked a wonderful hotel called The Samling in Windemere, where we stayed for the night and had the BEST food I have ever tasted! After tea, we went back to our room and he got down on one knee and proposed. Needless to say, I was very chuffed and said yes.”Details
Summer is here which means festival weddings are so on trend right now! You’ve already found the perfect location and booked your tipi but have you given any thought to your decor? Well, don’t worry as Stevie Jay Photography has done that for you! With it’s large, open space and surrounding fields, Emley Moor Mast was the…Details
Christine and Jenny married in a pop up ceremony in Washington DC. The couple re-created their first date by holding their reception at a food festival where they had first fallen in love 4 years earlier. With all the fun and colour, it probably won’t come as a surprise to find out that these gals found their photographer on these very pages! We just love it when that happens…!