Sheffield has always been my home away from home, since my cousin went to University there it’s always held a special place in my heart. When Hannah and Luke got in touch and told me their wedding reception was at 92 Burton Road I was so excited, it’s perfect urban venue for the fun and foodie wedding they had planned.
Nancy and Lusea got married in an amazing blank canvas warehouse venue called the Old Dairy in the heart of Hackney in London and it was one fun and colourful shindig. When they first got in touch and we discovered we had a mutual love of hamsters, tattoos and Disney we knew we were going to get on like a house on fire. With enough balloons worthy of a feature in Up, neon details and all of the inflatables I felt like I'd walked into my own personal wonderland.
Tim & Bec are eloping to Ireland next year and since we all hail from Birmingham we met up last week for a pre wedding photography shoot (and some beers). I bloomin' love shooting in Digbeth and it's ace for a few drinks too! Tim and Bec love hanging out and going to gigs in Digbeth so it was the obvious choice for an engagement shoot.
When I was organising to first meet up with Andy and Amy to discuss photographing their wedding and they suggested meeting at Quarter House Coffee in Birmingham (my fave coffee place) I knew we were going to get on like a house on fire. And we did. Even sharing the tastiest oreo cookie cake I ever did have. We organised to meet up a few weeks later for a pre-wedding photography shoot on the streets of Digbeth in Birmingham. Just like me they are both fans of the amazingly cool graffiti art that is all around so it was their shoot place of choice for sure. I love Digbeth as a photo back drop, which is just as well as this pair chose to get married at Fazeley Studios in the Custard Factory next year- the perfect quirky venue for a Birmingham wedding.