Ever wondered if you should feed your wedding photographer at your wedding? What is expected or the correct etiquette? Is it OK for wedding photographers to eat in public and is it really acceptable for wedding photographers to have to eat on the floor in corridors or to wash up cutlery after wedding guests? The answer to these and many other pressing food and wedding related questions are here!

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15 of my favourite moments from Ricky and Abigail’s wedding at Minstrel Cort. There are lots of pictures of Minstrel court, guests enjoying themselves, speeches and cake cuttings but, for me, Abigail’s wonderful warmth and expressions say everything you could possibly need to know about the day.

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Can you photoshop that? It’s a question I’m asked all the time and I think it’s very much a case of thinking about whether you should Photoshop or not. For me, it’s a moral and ethical dilemma and there’s not always an easy answer……

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A really fun and relaxed wedding featuring a wander round Cambridge city centre, a pint in the pub and some punting! Katherine and Simon had a such a personal and fun day and it was lovely to be able to be part of such an intimate occasion. here are 12 of my favourite moments.

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Carrie and Chris’s wedding featured one of the best reincarnations of the quiz show Mr and Mrs in recent years – complete with a bride and groom’s shoe scoring system!

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From an early age, most of us come to associate hugs and close contact with comfort and having our needs met. The touch of another human being is immensely powerful. Just think how warmly and closely even relative strangers will hug.   A hug communicates a thousand words in a moment. Hugs can be greetings,…

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Wedding speeches can be electrifying, tear jerking and a real emotional roller coaster. There’s something very moving about the collective emotional experience of a whole room full of people all laughing or all reflecting at the same time. Speeches have changed over the years and often couples break with traditions in terms of who does the speeches and when they have them. Read on for more ideas!

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“Dear Nervous Bride I just wanted to drop you a line to hopefully offer some reassurance and to say that I completely understand. You really aren’t alone and I’ve photographed literally hundreds of brides who have all been concerned about what they are going to look like in their pictures, being the centre of attention…

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50 pictures of happy, smiling, laughing faces from weddings! You can’t help but smile along, feel the joy and almost hear them all having a good time. Click and enjoy!

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Five of my favourite pictures from Carly and Ben’s wedding at the lovely Easton Grange in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. My favourite pictures are always storytelling images and pictures that show something about the connections and interactions between people – there’s a lovely moment between Carly and Ben during the speeches in this post….

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