As you might imagine, from the last year or so, I am delighted that couples are able to plan their weddings again. The limit on wedding guest numbers should I hope continue to increase as spring turns in to summer. Wedding suppliers of all kinds have seen an increase in enquiries as we emerge from lockdown.
The pandemic has been tough on everyone of course for various reasons. When you’re in love and all you want to do is plan your wedding celebration to include your family, friends and loved ones, it must have been difficult to choose between a masked-up swift ceremony with a small handful of people or delaying your nuptials for a year (or two, or more?) Each month that passes, we get more information about the route back to normality and it’s a pleasure to see the possibility of a decent bash being organised for later this year and next year.
If you’re planning a wedding, do get in touch about your wedding photography. If the last year has taught us anything, it’s the importance of fun times with family and friends. Your wedding photographs, despite what the future holds, are the only thing you’ll have years after the wedding. How important are the wedding photographs to you? Get in touch with any comments or questions.
I've been chatting to a few couples this last couple of
weeks getting married at these beautiful wedding venues...
The Elvetham Hotel, Hartley Wintney. A terrific, historical building and beautiful grounds dating back hundreds of years make this a really special location. Well worth checking out if you’re looking for this style of venue.
Wasing Park is one of those secluded venues that has everything you’ll ever need. It offers a fantastic country location, guest accommodation, church or civil ceremonies and much more. It’s a favourite of mine – do get in touch if you’d like to see some images from this (and any other) wedding venue.