Taking full advantage of this glorious heatwave we're enjoying, we met with Philippa and Richard at the weekend for their engagement shoot. They're marrying next month at the historical Southwell Minster with their wedding reception at Langar Hall. We took a walk together around one of my favourite local beauty spots to show how enjoyable and effortless it can be to have your photograph taken, and caught some genuine laughter shared between them. Philippa's gorgeous bling got full attention at the end of the session as we stopped to smell the roses!Read More
On Sunday morning we met up with Lydia and Andy, ahead of their wedding at Norwood Park next month. I went to school with Lydia, so it's great to reconnect and I'm also really touched to be able to capture such an important occasion in her life. We started with a few relaxed photographs as we walked around the local countryside. Cue lots of laughter from Lydia and Andy - after all, the couple that laughs together, stays together!Read More
Katie and Paul are from Plymouth, but they're holding their wedding in Nottingham in September, with a church ceremony and wedding reception at The Trent Building at Nottingham University. We met up at Kelham House to wander around the gardens, take some photographs and then plan out their big day.Read More
Dawn contacted me a while back after seeing me on Kelham House's list of recommended photographers and after speaking on the phone, she booked me for her wedding to Nick in July. It will be an intimate affair, no bridesmaids or best man, just a small number of their closest friends and family. This will be a lovely wedding to photograph; relaxed, personal and meaningful. We met up in Farnsfield to take a photo-walk amongst the trees and greenery, not forgetting a close-up of Dawn's incredibly pretty and unique pale sapphire engagement ring.Read More
Vicky got in touch a while back about photographing her wedding to Peter and I knew straight away I wanted to be their photographer. For one, she's going to make a beautiful bride! Their Nottingham wedding will also be a huge affair in the town centre, bringing together their Egyptian and English roots with much celebration and merriment. Lastly, it is clear how much Peter adores his bride-to-be, and it's lovely to witness such attentive, sincere affection between them. In contrast to the urban setting for their wedding, I wanted to take their engagement photographs in lush, green surroundings. Newstead Abbey is looking rather beautiful at this time of year and is very quiet in the week, so it seemed the perfect choice. Drinks and thorough planning of their day followed in the nearby Hutt pub! It is, by the way, completely correct and in keeping with their wedding traditions to wear the engagement ring on the right hand ring finger!Read More
We met up with Sarah and Tim in Farnsfield at the weekend for their engagement photographs and we all laughed for most of the way through! We're really looking forward to this wedding, we think it's going to be a lot of fun! They're getting married in July in Linby with their wedding reception at the nearby Cockliffe Country House. Sarah and Tim were introduced to Mirror Imaging via mutual friends. After their photographs we shared a bottle of Prosecco in the local pub and planned out their big day.Read More
Sarah and Dave moved to Australia about four years ago and are returning to Nottingham in May next year to hold their wedding. Dave used to be a part of the team at World Service Restaurant and, as one of the best restaurants in the city, it made sense that they'd choose World Service to host their wedding reception.
They were back visiting Nottingham this week for their engagement party with their UK friends and family, as well as taking the opportunity to meet up with Mirror Imaging for a 'photo-walk' around Nottingham Castle and The Park. We also made some wedding plans and worked through the timings of their day, toasting their engagement with a glass of bubbly - because what better way to show off an engagement ring than with a glass of champagne in hand?! I am excited to be capturing their wedding next year - they've made some gorgeous choices for their day that reflect my tastes too and it promises to be a rather wonderful celebration.
I absolutely love their engagement photographs, it's clear they're the best of friends as well as life partners and this shines through in their images.Read More
Last weekend we met up with Lee-Anne and Rob in Newark for their engagement photographs, ahead of their Warwick wedding at the end of the month. I've known Lee-Anne since primary school, so its a double honour to be photographing her wedding day. The gardens around Newark Castle behind the Gilstrap Registry Office and along the river proved a gorgeous backdrop for their engagement session. We were hit with a great rainstorm half way through but after taking shelter under the bandstand the sun came out again!Read More
Sam and Nathan are getting married at Norwood Park at the end of May, with some wonderful wedding ideas and details in the making that make a wedding photographer clap her hands together with anticipation. We met up at the weekend to capture some pre-wedding images, with thanks to nearby Hexgreave Estate for providing a secluded and picturesque backdrop. They are a super lovely couple and I'm really pleased they've chosen Mirror Imaging to be a part of their day.Read More
I met with Bethan and Josh for the first time properly at their engagement shoot last week. Bethan's mum had booked me after a Wedding Open Day at Nottingham University, which is where they are having their wedding reception later in the year. They are a very lovely, happy couple and clearly perfect for each other, so there was lots of laughter and giggling, which just makes their engagement images all the more special. With thanks to the Lakeside for use of their gardens which provided a great backdrop.Read More