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Hannah & Jamie | Wedding | Surrey

On Friday I was invited to celebrate the wedding of my good friends Hannah and Jamie in Sutton, Surrey. It was a long but sunny drive from Bristol. As I knew I wasn’t on ‘official duty’ as the photographer I quite enjoyed the summer drive. Whilst I turned down photographing the ceremony (in favour of a relaxing wedding) I did bring my camera to get a few informal photographs. Here are a few of the ‘detail photographs’ from their wedding. The cupcakes were baked by Yummy Mummy Cupcakes. They were beautifully presented and I can confirm that they were extremely yummy.

I also took a few photographs of Hannah’s bouquet and the flowers at the reception. They are a flower from America called hydrangeas and they had an amazing texture. They really suited the whole colour scheme and I haven’t seen them at any other wedding I have covered.

I have known Hannah and Jamie since University and after 8 years it was quite emotional seeing them getting married. I also enjoy the wedding ceremony because you always get to learn a little bit more about the couple and learn what is important to them. When they get back from their honeymoon I’m looking forward to them getting out of London and visiting me in Bristol!

Anyway, enjoy the photos…

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  1. Absolutely stunning! I had no idea that they don’t have hydrangeas in England; they are one of my favorite flowers, especially in that shade of blue.

    I’ll be in Bristol in November for a friend’s wedding – maybe we can meet up & talk photography? It is always cool meeting my SWPB friends everywhere!

    Now I want a cupcake. Those just look so delicious!

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