You’ve been announced as a married couple and you’ve been ‘allowed’ to kiss your bride/groom and now it’s time to make it legal and sign the register. You head over to the large registry book, nervously checking all the information is correct and finding the allocated space to sign and your photographer stops taking photos… Continue reading Signing of the register. No photography allowed.
Ugh, more mutterings of covid-19 and coronavirus. But alas, here we are in this pandemic and the wedding industry is on its knees. Let's go over what we are dealing with.You can have up to 15 people at your wedding ceremony, not including anyone working (priest, registrar, photographer etc).Social distancing needs to be adhered to,… Continue reading Weddings during coronavirus
Oh my gosh, this couple!! Meet Benhilda and Jeremiah, they were supposed to get married in April but obviously couldn't. They ended up being my first wedding I photographed after lockdown and my very first wedding of standing the in the bushes, shooting through an open window. The registry office's restrictions did not allow me… Continue reading Benhilda & Jeremiah ~ Morden Park House Wedding
Last week I popped a 'sneak peek' post up, this post is all about that photo session. Meet baby Madalena, I met her parents and big brother a little while ago when we had their maternity & family photoshoot. A few weeks after that, her mum emailed me letting me know the good news that… Continue reading Baby Madalena ~ Lifestyle newborn photography
A few weeks back I photographed a beautiful family who were expecting a baby girl. Well, baby Madalena arrived and oh my, she is just wonderful. Here is a sneak peek from their lifestyle newborn session in their home. More to follow soon. Kirst x