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The Story of a Wedding Photographer Bride and a “Gormless” Groom with no wedding experience whatsoever, as they plan their own perfect wedding day!

Exactly one year ago today, Dominique and I were doing this: And without wanting to get too soppy it was truly the happiest day of my life, celebrated joyously with our closest friends and family and a memory that I will truly cherish forever. We had been together for a long time before that day […]

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It’s been really quite a long time since we last posted an extract from our wedding diaries, probably because, you know, we got married and stuff. Much as the diary was fun to write… well actually it was fun seeing what I could get away with writing rather than the writing itself (although the consequences […]

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For a long time now we’ve been sharing with you the story of all of our wedding plans based on extracts from Dom and I’s wedding diaries. Our last instalment was from the morning of the wedding before everything got started but we wanted to tell you the story of the rest of the day slightly […]

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As a photographer one of my favourite parts of a wedding day is the Getting Ready. When all the Bridesmaids and the groomsmen separately prepare for the day it’s always an interesting time for photographs. The nervous bride, the camaraderie between the groomsmen, the multiple inevitably failed attempts at pinning on a buttonhole… It’s a […]

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Getting married abroad means a lot of people aren’t going to be able to make it. It’s just an unfortunate fact, and one you have to seriously consider before deciding to take the plunge on a destination wedding. For us it was a huge decision as there are a lot of people we really wanted […]

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If you want to get the best wedding photos then choosing a photographer you feel comfortable with is really important. When we chose Ed Peers we knew we loved his work, but we also wanted someone that we could relate to and be ourselves with. We hadn’t been able to meet up in person, but […]

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