Laura and Ashley are getting married in September and chose their engagement photo shoot in Micheldever Woods, Hampshire during the beautiful bluebell season. Although I have driven within a stone’s throw of this spot, just off the M3 countless times it never occurred to me what a magical woodland it was until now.
As the autumn leaves were still on the trees, and the colours were still looking stunning, we were really excited to meet Chloe and Craig (and of course their gorgeous kids, Spencer and Frazer) at Elvaston Castle in Derbyshire for their pre-wedding photography session. These meet-ups are always great, we get together with a couple for the first time, talk through their plans for their wedding and do a quick photography session, all before they book or commit to using us for their wedding.
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Once you’ve celebrated, enjoyed yourself and got a good idea of what your wedding plans are, be sure to get in contact to find out more about Dave Fuller Photography relaxed, wedding photography in Nottingham.
From the sounds of it they loved it too “Our pre-wedding photo shoot was way more fun than I anticipated and we both felt super comfortable – the pictures are great!”
We recently had the pleasure of meeting with Linda and Andrew ahead of their wedding lovely outdoor wedding in a beautiful garden at Linda’s parents house.
We met for a coffee at Wollaton Hall first to discuss the plans for their ceremony which will be taking place in May of next year. We loved hearing their story and getting to know them and their wedding plans.
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During the summer, I had the pleasure of meeting another lovely couple – Lynsey and David, who we first met at Tying the Nott wedding festival in the Spring. When deciding a location, there was only one place for them – Creswell Crags. After finishing university it was the place David started his career as the curator, showing visitors around the ancient caves in the then wooden shed – it’s since had an amazing new building and had lots of developments (some of David’s legacy!)! We love it when a venue means something to our couples and, it meant I was given free a guided tour – win win!!