Wedding Photographer Nottingham

When Bennet and I started talking about her wedding I knew it was going to be one amazing day. She explained they wanted their day to represent them as a couple – chilled and non-traditional. They both wanted their wedding photography to be more documentry and laidback.

She then went on to tell me that the daytime reception was being held in a real ale pub and the nighttime reception in a cave next to the river. I then said if she didn’t book me as her wedding photographer, could I please come as a guest because it sounded amazeballs!

Of course we both fell in love with each other and the rest is history 🙂

Bennet got ready at the beautifully quirky Mercure in Nottingham city centre, which fitted Bennet’s style perfectly. The morning was filled with laughter and the gorgeous girls from Make Up By Tabitha Glaze did Bennet’s and her bridesmaids make up.

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nottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographerIt was a short walk from the hotel to the Nottingham Council House for the wedding ceremony. The Nottingham Council House is such an amazing old building on the market square, making it a wonderful place for Bennet & Philip to get married.

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nottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographerAfter the intimate ceremony we headed off to the Vat and Fiddle pub for some food and some real Ale, some of which is made just next door in the Castle Rock Brewery.

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Me, Bennet & Philip snuck off into town to get a few pictures with Robin Hood which is somewhat a  tradition of theirs through the years. I even had a chance to get my picture taken with him 🙂

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nottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographernottingham wedding photographerWhat an amazing day and a crazy night, I met some wonderful people who I know I will remain friends with for years to come. Thank you so much Bennet & Philip for letting me be part of your awesome wedding day.

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