If you reel off a list of things that could go wrong, before the wedding then it probably happened to Karen & Nick. Although I think it went quite smoothly actually! For a Winter wedding, we somehow had LOADS of time – it all comes down to good planning!
I arrived at Karen’s parents house lovely and early, Karen arrived at Channels lovely and early, ceremony happened on time, was lovely(!) and finished quickly, drinks reception was chilled and smooth, even allowing K&N some time for a quick drive in the vintage Rolls AND time for drinks, mince pies and a mingle AND photos in daylight (admittedly I did those straight after the ceremony just in case)!
I think we even managed to sit for our meal slightly early too – not bad!
Winter weddings are notoriously hard to photograph (it’s dark, gloomy, no-one wants to be outside, so it’s cramped and stuffy inside, groups and couple photo locations are limited because it’s cold or dark, ideally need to use flash) BUT sometimes, they go like Karen & Nick’s wedding – and are very much a pleasure to photograph.
Thank you for having me – can’t wait to design your album!
p.s. Channels sausages are really good ;)
Thank you Gavin Woollard for everything you have done in the wedding industry <3