TIMELESS, BEAUTIFUL AND FUN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPH
I’m always delighted to hear from a potential bride who has clearly taken the time to look over my work and has a strong sense of what she is looking for. Talya’s initial email to me was both hugely flattering and told me that she was the type of bride that I definitely wanted to work with! “Having been to very many weddings over the past few years and with an amateur interest in photography, I always knew that I wanted to invest in my wedding photography. It is one of the most tangible things left over after a day that I've been told feels like a whirlwind. I want photos that are timeless and beautiful but also capture the fun that a wedding can be. I really love your aesthetic, the way you use light, and the warmth that comes through your photographs. I also like your intellectual approach to wedding photography - documentary wedding photography is the perfect way to describe what I am after from a wedding photographer. Your writing on wedding planning was quite helpful as well for someone just starting the planning process. “
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY IN PARIS
This was an absolute favourite for me last year. A relaxed, destination across two venues and ceremonies in Paris on a beautiful summer’s day. I started with Talya and her bridesmaids at the gorgeous new hotel The Hoxton before heading over to the Marie du 11e arrondissement. After the ceremony I headed off with Talya and Ben in their roller to the stunning Place des Vosges, a favourite spot of theirs, for their couple shoot. After a break we reconvened back at their second venue - the Pavillion Puebla in the Parc des Buttes Chaumont for a very magical and intimate outdoor ceremony presided over by one of their friends as the sun set over the park.
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Caterer: Le Garde Champetre
Flowers: Les Herbes Hautes
Jewellery: Tiffany & Co
Music: Benjamin Saksik via Pavillon Puebla
Planner: Nabie Dit Oui
Illustrations: i did the watercolors for the menus at the bar/buffet myself, but all other paper goods (invites, programmes, decals, etc) were done by Laura Kaesshaefer (http://laurakaesshaefer.tumblr.com/)
Hair and Make up: Sanni Sorma
Hair Accessory: Twigs and Honey
Videography: Jake Lea-Wilson
Cake: Diana Bush at le Petit Grain