These chalkboard speech bubbles are a nice idea for capturing messages from your wedding guests. If you want them at your wedding I usually take the photos early evening after the wedding meal when people have had a few drinks. FYI – it’s not my fault if guests write naughty messages (see below).
It’s always nice to see what couples do for the first dance at a wedding. Some learn an elaborate dance and some just wing-it and go freestyle. Either way I’m always ready with my camera to photograph the event. These wedding photos were taken at St.Michaels Manor Hotel in St.Albans, which is a lovely venue for a wedding.
The dance floor at a wedding is always a great place to get some photographs of friends and family letting their hair down and laying some shapes. I usually stay for half an hour or so after the first dance to capture what’s going on – dad dancing, conga lines and all. These photos were taken at the end of a great wedding at the Fox Country Inn Hotel, High Wycombe. I’m pretty sure there were quite a few hangovers the next day.
You can’t beat a photograph of a smiling bride during their first dance. This one was taken at a wedding in Hotel du Vin, Henley on Thames.
I’ve never seen moves quite so impressive as this groom demonstrated at a wedding in Sopwell House St.Albans.
Here’s some wedding photography taken at St.Michaels Manor Hotel St.Albans (before they redecorated). The band are called The Zipheads who I really like.
These photos were taken at a wedding in the Czech Republic, when all the guests started doing the limbo with ties.
This wedding photograph was taken on the dance floor at St.Michaels Manor Hotel in St.Albans while Reef – Place Your Hands was playing.