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Nikki and Bill Waddington’s Swiss-inspired nuptials

When you keep your loved ones hanging on for 25 years and you’ve worked in the entertainment business, you know you really have to put on something...

5 Ways to Get the Dream Wedding Effect on a Budget

As one of the most important, memorable and photographed days of your life, it’s hardly surprising that you’d prefer to spare no expense on your...

An Allerton Castle Wedding – Ulyana and Daniel

I had the very great pleasure in photographing the wedding of Ulyana and Daniel at the absolutely amazing venue of Allerton Castle.  One of my...

It’s never TOO early

Oh my goodness. Half way through the year already - no idea where the time went. Whether you’re getting married this year, next year or 2020 - it’s...

How to get married for under £1000

The average cost of a wedding has risen to an incredible £27,000, with dresses alone averaging out at over £1000. Given that the average UK wage is...

The Cost of a Wedding

The wedding industry is booming, accumulating an estimated £10 billion a year.  The average UK wedding costs upwards of £29,000 and as the nation...

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