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Wedding Season approaches..

Wedding Season approaches..

Wedding Season approaches … goodbye January hello February! Hi everyone… where did January go?!  What is lovely is that we are getting closer to our really busy time and back to doing what we love… photographing Wedding Day stories! Still have a few Saturdays available in 2020 – so do get in touch for a…

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Shrewsbury Wedding Photographers

Shrewsbury Wedding Photographers

Shrewsbury Wedding Photographers Hi Everyone – we have noticed that couples are planning their Weddings well in advance.  We have in fact opened our 2021 and 2022 Diaries as we have had enquiries.  Please get in touch for our early-bird packages!  It’s never too early to get a personalised quote from us. We are loving…

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Weddings – busy summer season

Weddings – busy summer season

Weddings in Shropshire and all surrounding counties Hi Everyone Martin and I are in the midst of a very busy and enjoyable wedding season. These few photographs are from Jessica and Luke’s Wedding in June.  After their Church Ceremony, they had their reception at Millers of Netley [near Dorrington, Shropshire].  We have been to this…

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The Summer flies by with lovely Weddings!

The Summer flies by with lovely Weddings!

Hi Everyone – I cannot believe that it is 13 August since I last blogged but I think I know why!  We had one of our most busy Augusts ever!  Ten Weddings!  Then we got into September and had Weddings on 4,  7, 12, 13 and 14 Sept!  With 13 and 14 Sept also having…

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Lovely Weddings coming up!

Lovely Weddings coming up!

Lovely weddings to look forward to this season! Hi Everyone Well we have lovely weddings coming up at The Albright Hussey Manor, Walcot Hall, Rowton Castle, Lake Vyrnwy Hotel, Delbury Hall, Mellington Hall, Mytton & Mermaid Hotel, Sweeney Hall Hotel, Adcote School – several at some of those venues.  Also a Wedding in Leicestershire, Herefordshire,…

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