Katherine and Simon // Twelve Favourite Moments

Cambridge registry office wedding

 

“Again, thank you very much for the photos, they look amazing! ” – Katherine and Simon

I just love photographing weddings where the couple plan a day that completely reflects who they are, where they just go with the flow, keep things simple and celebrate in a personal and individual style.

Katherine and Simon’s day was a perfect example with a registry office ceremony (complete with rings and cufflinks!) followed by a fairly much unplanned wander around Cambridge city centre, a quick visit to the pub, some punting and then on for a meal. There was a real sense of relaxed spontaneity, lots of time spent with friends and close family and a lot of giggling and laughter throughout the afternoon. There were some wonderful moments to photograph in especially in Cambridge city centre and then later as Katherine punted down the Cam in her wedding dress!

As usual none of the images are set up or posed. I always aim to record exactly what happened, tell the story of the day and capture the emotion of the moment as naturally as possible. Even the shots of Katherine and Simon alone are as spontaneous as possible and hopefully really reflect the spark and energy between them.

There is a small selection of some of my favourites below. You can see images from full weddings by clicking here.

confetti outside Cambridge registry office

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If you are planning your wedding and looking for a photographer then GET IN TOUCH – I would love to hear from you. You can also download a copy of my detailed client guide “Planning Your Wedding Photography – Everything You Need to Know” by clicking the image below – enjoy!

Cambridge wedding photography client guide

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