This gorgeous UK wedding comes to us from Annelie Eddy Photography. We just love the elegant venue and all the romantic details! Here’s Annelie to tell us more:

Em and Neil got married at their local church in Ealing, London UK with a wedding reception at the elegant Ham House, a 17th century National Trust property set on the banks of the River Thames. The guests gathered for the wedding breakfast in a beautifully decorated marquee. There were pretty pastel coloured lampshades hanging from the ceiling and sailing knots formed part of the table centre pieces to give credit to Neil’s passion for sailing. Em and Neil love cheese and opted for a cheese cake, which was decorated with stunning summer flowers.

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Today’s lovely real wedding brought to us by Liam Smith Photography is brimming with lush florals and rustic details! Here’s Liam to tell us more:

An intimate barn wedding inspired by a portmanteau of the bride and grooms name, Team Fosh! Set amongst the rolling Northamptonshire countryside, bunting, pastel colors, and flower crowns define this beautiful summer wedding. Homemade and custom built details create the couple’s unique style and transform the converted barn at Dodford Manor. Eucalyptus, juliet roses, astilbe, sage green succulents and gyp all tied with hessian created the bride’s stunning bouquet. Hydrangeas and gypsophilas adorned the tables, and a custom designed four-tiered cake completed the boho-chic look.

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Meet a Wedding Photographer in London, England: Photographer Emilia Moisio (1)

Today’s interview is with Photographer Emilia Moisio, based in London, England! Enjoy:

Tell us a bit about yourself and your company.

I’m a Finnish photographer but I have now been based in London for quite a few years. I actually have two quite different and completely separate photography careers that nevertheless feed into each other. When I’m not busy photographing wonderful weddings I work on an academic art photography practice. I think of wedding photography as an ultimate customer service job, and I strive to offer the couple exactly the kind of service and images they like best. It is easy when I have got another practice for experimenting with new technical approaches and personal artistic ambitions.

My wedding photography services are actually structured quite differently from the average ones. Rather than standard packages, there is a range of customisable services to choose from to build a totally bespoke solution to meet each couple’s preferences and individual needs. My clients will even have the opportunity to choose the images themselves, ensuring that they will get exactly the set of images that they like most. Designed to be simple and flexible, the adjustable structure fits ideally to any size and type of event, whether big or small.

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