Sep 28 2015

Wedding Flowers

Wedding Flowers

My Season Favourites

The nights are starting to draw in and the chill of Autumn is in the air. I am coming to the end of another fantastic wedding season.  To bring back the memories of summer, I thought I should re visit my favourite Wedding Flowers of the 2015 wedding season. Planning a wedding takes months, sometimes years. Plenty of thought is given to the big things like the venue and the dress, but also, just as important, are the little things, the details, THE FLOWERS! As a wedding photographer, the details are a great part of the story of the day, and when it comes to designing a beautiful wedding album, the details are what brings it all together.

I am a girly girl when it comes to the little details, I really love the individuality that they bring to each wedding. A huge part of this is the Wedding Flowers, be it the table centre pieces or the church decorations, every detail matters. This season I have seen some fantastic Wedding Flowers. From rainbows of wild flowers to sweet smelling bouquets, i’ve really have seen some beautiful creations.

I wanted to share with you a selection of my most loved bridal arrangements. I am sure you will agree, they are breath taking. I hope this blog gives you some inspiration for your 2016 wedding plans. I am taking bookings now for 2016/17, so please get in touch to chat about your wedding photography. I look forward to hearing what your flowers and details will be too.

My style of photography is very unobtrusive, I work in a relaxed and contemporary way. My photographs are reportage style and nothing too formal. I believe it is important to let the day happen naturally and be there to capture those special moments as they unfold.


Jo x

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Sep 29 2014

Early Autumn Walk Mousehold Norwich Norfolk

A few relaxing hours spent walking in the warm sun on Mousehold Heath Norwich. Our Early Autumn walk.

People keep telling me summer is over. I am not ready to say goodbye to the warm sun on my face just yet.

It was such a beautiful, warm day, so I decided to go with my daughter for a walk in the local woods, Mousehold Heath. It was so relaxing walking together and spotting the early signs of autumn starting to emerge.

The sun streamed through the trees as we wandered down the winding pathways. The woodland floor was lined with orange leaves. Every twist and turn presented us with yet another clue that Autumn is well on the way.

We were bathed in such beautiful light for this early autumn walk, stopping occasionally to take photos and look closer at the delights this tranquil spot presented us with. We are so lucky to live in such a stunning and diverse part of the world.

I am going to make it my mission to take at least a day a month out of my hectic life just to absorb nature at its best as the seasons change. If you find you have some time to go on a mini adventure, why not visit Norfolk . How about a day at Felbrigg Hall or even a brisk walk by the sea at Cromer.

As a professional photographer, my work takes me to some stunning locations, both here in the uk and further afield. Are you looking for a fun, relaxed family photo shoot in your favourite part of the world? If so please get in touch and book me to spend a few hours creating some wonderful images for you to treasure. For a lifestyle shoot with me it costs £195 which includes all images on usb and permission to print.  For further information on lifestyle shoots and the services I provide please email me at

Early Autumn Walk

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