As most people know, I am a huge animal lover and a dog mamma myself. So it is no surprise that a lot of my clients tend to be also.
As a result, many of my couples ask if they can bring their fur baby along to their engagement shoot. I will never say no to this! They are just as much a member of the family as anyone else, after all!
I am always excited to meet your pets and will probably greet them before you when you arrive for your session.
I have a one year old cocker spaniel called Blu, he’s absolutely crazy and will more than likely make an appearance if I’m on a zoom call with you, he’s rather nosy and loves making new friends.
However, there are a few things to bare in mind when bringing your pooch. Keep reading for my top 5 tips on bringing your dog to your shoot
A year later than planned and a lot less guests, Mr and Mrs Cotter finally wed on the beautiful Sunny Spring Sunday in April 2021.
The entire day was emotional as they had been awaiting this moment to become husband and wife for quite some time.
Mr + Mrs Delaney said I do in the quintessential English Village of Stow on the Wold in the Cotswolds. After recently moving from London and Ty being from South Africa, their day was a world affair with some of their family meeting his bride for the first ever time. A beautiful church service was followed by a tractor ride up to the hill top private barn which had been decorated and made into their own party haven.
It's an exciting time in your wedding planning journey!
You and your fiancé have booked a venue and chosen your wedding date; the next thing to do is book your photographer!
Photographers, especially the good ones, get booked up 12-18 months in advance, so it's really important to get searching for the perfect photographer for you.
Read on to see my top tips for finding the right photographer and the main questions you should ask them before you book!
Laura Jayne is a professional photographer with a passion for showing people how beautiful they are.