Category Archives: British Brides

Mischievous

I was lucky enough to meet both Eliza (the photographer) and Ly(the model) who sent me this trash the dress session to me a while back on a now rather infamously drunk night out in London! I can safely say the fun and frolics you see below perfectly reflect their slightly mischievous personalities. 

Credit: Eliza Claire

Iconic.

Although Suzanne & Eric are getting married in Hong Kong, they chose to have their engagement session in London surrounded by the iconic landmarks of the city. Oh and how beyond gorgeous is Suzanne’s dress by the way?!

Thanks to Craig & Chanelle for sharing this gorgeous session

Credit: Segerius Bruce Photography

Laid Back Lovelies

Karlie & Jamie only made the decision to get married three months before the day. A lot of their friends were getting married during the year and had spent months planning everybody else’s weddings. So it wasn’t until the very last minute, that the laid back couple decided to get engaged and then hitched literally straight away!

Karlie’s father is a pastor at their church so they started the day with a very heartfelt, personal service. They then went to a local park to have some cool portraits taken (they couple also had their engagement shoot here) and rounded off the day with a small reception in Karlie’s parent’s back garden.

Special thanks to photographer Kate for sharing this beautiful day with me.

Credit: Depict Photography

But Rain = Rainbows!

One thing you can always count on in England is the rain…it will always come when you don’t want it too. In some circles rain on your wedding day is considered the worst thing that could ever happen but it others it is seen to be a sign on good luck and prosperity for the marriage to come. I am likely to think myself that neither her of these are true and as long as you still get some damn good photographs it’s all good. Plus as soon as I saw the shot with the rainbow I was sold on the whole rainy-day photo shoot idea!

Asian weddings are full of tradition, colour (the Bride traditionally wears red) and are always an absolutely massive party (I have a friend at work who got married a few months after us and she had about 350 people at her wedding!) They also go on for about a week, with all the celebrations climaxing with a ceremony that lasts for many hours.

Thanks to Craig & Chanelle Segerius Bruce for sharing..and I am very excited because I am actually doing a photo shoot with the guys tomorrow!