Annette and Graham, The Horn of Plenty 22nd April 2017.

Welcome to the blog of Devon Wedding Photographers On Saturday we photographed the wedding of Annette and Graham. Annette and Graham have been together 17years and engaged for 16 of them, because of this they were not wanting your traditional wedding but instead wanted a wedding that was full of fun and entertainment, mainly so all their friends and family could just have a great time whilst celebrating. They chose The Horn of Plenty, the venue is near Tavistock and is known for its stunning views and great food. They liked the fact that getting married there you could hire the whole venue, this
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How many photographers to have at a wedding?

Welcome to the blog of Devon Wedding photographers  I’ve noticed with a lot of wedding enquires not everyone understands why I like to offer two photographers instead of just one. So I thought I’d write a little blog about what I’ve found useful in having two of us. Are you wanting photos of the groom getting ready/down the pub with the other groomsmen? If you are then one photographer won’t be able to photograph the bride getting ready as well as the groom. Also having an extra photographer with the groom also means you get photos of the guests arriving…something
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Hannah and Dan, Roadford Lake 8th April 2017.

Welcome to the blog of Devon Wedding photographers What an honour it was to be the photographer on Saturday 8th April for an undoubtably brilliant couple. Hannah and Dan booked us last summer and from the word go I’ve been excited to watch/photograph them get married. After a meeting with them on the Wednesday prior to their wedding we both knew that it was going to be great fun. On the morning of the wedding Amy and I both met Hannah and her bridal party in her parents house that which happened to be close to the church too. We got there 2 hours
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This week’s update – 1st-7th April 2017.

Welcome to the blog of Devon Wedding photographers Wowee this week has been rather varied! I spent the beginning of the week in London at The Neurology Hospital having different scans, they’re painful and not something I’d like to do too often, but as I’m lying there in one of the most painful checkups possible all I can think is ‘Hell yes I’m strong’ and If I’m capable of going through all I’ve been through so far then, ‘go on life throw something else at me and see what I do!’ You see I try and put on this brave/cool
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