Category Archives: 2. Wedding Advice

Tish and Phil – the dances!

Not all couples have the time, energy, or confidence to prepare a choreographed dance for their wedding – it’s something of an achievement if they do, and it’s always a great way to start the party at the reception. It’s even more impressive when the whole bridal party get involved – just think about the […]

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April and Ross – highlights

A wedding that is both very entertaining and also instructive – April and Ross have a talent for enjoying life and finding the humour in things, just watch them laughing their way through their wedding, including the vows. A great example of how much fun weddings can be! You can also note: 1. The importance […]

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“It’s only water!”

Many (most?) couples worry about how the weather will turn out on their wedding day, as if it was going to make a big difference to their enjoyment of the day. Having filmed hundreds of weddings in all extremes of weather, here’s my take on it: the weather is almost completely irrelevant to how much […]

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Rachel and Daniel – photos with BluePrint Photography

Here’s another look at what really goes on during the wedding photo shoot, to make the fantastic images that end up in the couple’s wedding album. Rachel and Daniel chose Chris from Blue Print Photography as their photographer, and together they’d worked out a number of places to go, including (and this is important!) a […]

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Photographers and tears

No, this isn’t about photographers making people cry. Some photographers see their job at a wedding is to take great photos, and they put all their energy and focus on that. Other photographers see their role as something more – a friend/adviser/assistant to the couple, to help them make the most of their day. I […]

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