Bride and dancing during first dance at The Tithe Barn at Bolton Abbey
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A slightly belated happy new year! Many of you must be feeling all over the place I’m sure, but I hope you a nice festive season whatever your plans were.

With still no clear pathway out of this pandemic and uncertainty of what is happening with weddings and celebrations it’s hard to know what to do for the best. All I can say is what I’ve said from the start of all this, if you need to get in touch to discuss anything regarding your plans please do not hesitate to do so. Take care guys.

My real, not staged in anyway collection

In the meantime, I want to continue share some lovely moments from weddings past. The real moments of weddings and getting back to basics. The captures of the day that are not staged in any way. So that’s what I’ve done.

Wow, I think this was one of the hardest tasks I’ve done to date. With so many photos to pick through from all the gorgeous weddings it’s been difficult to choose which photos to use in this collection. I worry I’ll break my website! I’ll be sharing more over on my social media channels so do keep an eye out.

Whether you’re planning your wedding for 6 or 600 people (OK the second wedding option might have to wait a while), I want to get back to the realness of a wedding – why you’re doing it in the first place, to say to that one person I love you and I want to spend the rest of my life as a team as a partnership with you. Maybe we don’t need the big wedding parties for that. Still, I do love a twirly dance floor though…

I’d love to see which were your favourite, not staged in any way, photos from your weddings. Do tag me on social FacebookInstagram and use hashtag #PhotographyForPartyLovers