This was our first visit of the new season to the fabulous Hawkesyard Estate for the wedding of Deb & Ian in the company of their children, family and friends. As winter decides to give way to spring the grounds were already looking wonderful and made for beautiful portraits for this well suited couple.Read More ›
After 7 weddings in 14 days of August that saw us visit Gloucestershire, Devon, Shropshire, Warwickshire and Cumbria it was back to one of our favourite Staffordshire venues, Hawkesyard Estate for the wedding of the lovely Stacey and Aaron.
Stacey + Aaron’s summer wedding story byRead More ›
It was back to one of our favourite venues for today’s wedding of Claire and Andrew, the wonderful Hawkesyard Estate. The day began with Claire’s final preparation shots in the company of Carrie from Mirror Mirror Beauty. Beautiful sunshine greeted the guests as they began to assemble, with the extremely talented classical guitarist Derek Brock providing their entertainment. After […]Read More ›
Hawkesyard Estate was the wonderful setting for the wedding of Rachel & Paul. Paul & the menfolk in suits from Greenwoods greeted the guests as they were ferried in from the car park by the “Hawkesyard wedding buggy”. Once assembled everyone awaited the arrival of Rachel, their nerves eased by the lovely music of Divine Strings. Rachel […]Read More ›
The first day of Spring brought sunshine for Emma & James wedding at St Thomas Walton on the Hill, the same church where we photographed James sister Beth’s marriage to Matt a couple of years ago. Stephen was alongside me today so we were able to capture the ceremony both from the front of the church and from […]Read More ›
Today was our first ever wedding at Hawkesyard Hall…what a treat…lovely venue with wonderful grounds – we really were spoilt for choice. Nice to be working with friends and long established wedding professionals today, Design Elegance , Platinum Wedding Cars, Fine Flowers and Finesse Piano and Cello. Jennifers impressive gown was provided by Your Wedding Shop in Cotteridge. The blue theme carried through into the […]Read More ›