16.3.12

Jenni + Adam



So this is it - where it all began. Even though I'd photographed a few weddings it wasn't until this one that I thought - oh I'd love to be doing this.

This is my friend Jenni - I have known her all my life. We've been to every school together and are still very close now. She is my longest friend - fact. Last September she got married to Adam - her Scotsman. I was just a guest - I just took along my camera for fun.. I wanted to capture a few photos for them as others had done at our wedding.. I couldn't stop - it was a beautiful day, with beautiful details, and beautiful people. The one thing that did make me stop were the tables names - each one named after a different bottle of whiskey.., this meant my viewfinder got a little hazy as the evening went on!

The day was magical and I hope you enjoy the photos I captured.



























5 comments:

  1. Oh Tori, how lovely these are! I feel like I was actually there, with so many familar faces from your wedding. Is it possible to miss a crowd of people you only met once?! Lovely, lovely, lovely indeed and if this was the start for you, you're really going to be fantastic.

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  2. Tori, it was these photographs; captured so delicately and discreetly which made me realise I could never trust anybody but you to photograph my wedding, one day. You have such an eye for capturing emotion and light. You should be extremely proud. Xx

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  3. So beautiful Tors - you capture our gorgeous friends incredibly well! xx

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  4. Tori, I freaking love this! So pretty, and colourful, and happy! :)

    (For two secs, I was like 'you were in Scotland' and then I realised you weren't!)

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  5. Lizzie07:39

    These photos are just lovely, they're such natural, happy, full of love shots. I read the wellies & vogue blog, clicked on the link out of curiosity and am so impressed, it looks like a beautiful day & this might sound silly but the photos make me feel like I can hear the day if that makes sense!? Like, I can imagine the noise of everyone enjoying themselves, talking, laughing and so on. Sorry, I'm so rubbish at describing what I mean!

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