As Promised, here are a few of our favorite shots from Helen & Steven’s Morland House Cumbrian wedding, enjoy.
Keep an eye out on Adam’s Blog (www.lake-district-wedding-photography.co.uk/blog) where you will be able to see more amazing shots of the day in the future.
Happy New Year everyone from Team Courting Whale. A Little post of one of our favourites from 2012, enjoy.
From the day we first met Bethany and Grant to go and see their lovely wedding venue, The Priory Barn, we knew it was going to be a great day and we would be working with a great couple.
Being a couple that work in the events industry they had it all planned to a T, Calm wasn’t the word, from Grant booking the honeymoon on the morning of the wedding, to Bethany not even batting a eyelid even when a stray pair of hair tongs tried to give her a Harry Potter style mark on her forehead!!
The weather was as perfect as the venue and the day flew by. To get 20 minutes of a couples time during such a special day for photographs is all you could want, we were lucky enough to have so much more. Bethany and Grant really were a perfect couple, allowing us to spend some great moments with them and their lively wedding party.
Thank you to them and their kind family and friends who we met throughout the day.
Having had such a lovely time at my cousin Maria’s wedding to George (as a guest no less!!) I had to do a small post of the day. We had perfect weather and a beautfiful small church in Blean, Kent. The wedding reception was held at my uncles house in Whitstable so we were able to party until late in the evening.
We are very pleased to announce that courting whale now offers wedding photography in conjunction with our cinematic wedding films. Taking the same care and attention we use to shoot your wedding film, mixed with our love of all things wedding, we deliver a modern reportage style photographic story of your day.
Our stills package can be taken in addition to, or separate of, your wedding film. Please take a look on our packages for more information.
The Royal Marines Museum Portsmouth was the brilliant setting for Anna and Steve's wedding. We got a beautifully sunny day on the south coast, set off perfectly with the steel band Steve arranged for Anna, unbeknown to anyone, as a surprise. Weddings are always a day when the bride and groom really show their personalities, and this one was no different. Anna and Steve met while trekking in Nepal on their way to Everest base camp, their tables were adorned with Buddhist prayer flags, it was a great day for a lovely couple.
Anna is actually the curator of the museum and has promised me a return visit to get a much closer than normal look at the exhibit, not sure Anna knows what she has let herself in for there! Enjoy.