Lincolnshire wedding Photographer – Mr and Mrs Fisher’s wedding

Lincolnshire wedding Photographer – Mr and Mrs Fisher’s wedding

Slice of Life Photography - Fine Art Photographer

Mr and Mrs Fisher’s Wedding Day

Deeping St James Church – Golden Pheasant, Etton

Lincolnshire wedding photographer

 

Slice of Life Photography, Lincolnshire wedding Photographer, had the privilege of capturing Mr and Mrs Fisher’s special day.

I don’t really know where to begin with describing Amy and Jake’s wedding Day.  It was magical on so many levels that is seems impossible to put it all into words, hopefully their wedding photography captures the magic perfectly.

Amy and Jake are school sweethearts and just perfect for each other in every way imaginable.  Their wedding was fun, relaxed and so full of love that it captured the essence of them, their families, their friends and their relationship perfectly.

The wedding day started in one of my favourite Churches, The Priory in Deeping St James, followed by a fantastic reception at The Golden Pheasant in Etton.  The Bride was accompanied by 5 beautiful Bridesmaids and 1 flowergirl, the lovely couples beautiful daughter, Hettie and well I lost count of the number of Groomsman that assisted Jake.    The church was full to bursting with wonderful friends and family that had joined the couple to watch them exchange vows and celebrate their day.

We were able to take advantage of the lovely gardens at the church to capture the formal group wedding photography and some relaxed couple portraits of the bride and groom before heading over to the reception to join the guests for the celebrations.

The Golden Pheasant put on a fantastic BBQ reception and Amy and Jake did an amazing job of decking out the marquee with hale bales to create a relaxed country feel with plenty of room for everyone to gather round for the fantastic speeches.  I can honestly say that the Father of the Bride’s Speech is up there in my top 3 favourites I’ve had the honour of listening too and the bridesmaid’s Poem was very moving.  The formalities were rounded off with the first Dance and the amazing song written by the Band, Idle Empire, about Hettie.  The Love and happiness throughout the day was clear for all to see.

Thank you Mr and Mrs Fisher for choosing me to capture your Day,  Here is your story.

Slice of Life Photography

Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

Address

Whaplode
Spalding
Lincolnshire
United Kingdom

Telephone

07545 778016

Wedding Photography Marriot Hotel Peterborough

Wedding Photography Marriot Hotel Peterborough

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Mr and Mrs McKenzie

Wedding Photography – Marriot Hotel, Peterborough

 

Jake and Beki’s wedding photography had been booked in my diary over 2 years in advance so it was wonderful when their wedding day finally arrived.  They chose The Marriot Hotel in Peterborough as the location for their day, with it’s beautiful gardens this hotel makes a lovely setting for a wedding.

Whilst Beki and her bridesmaids prepared for the day, emotions were a little crazy with bets on who would cry first, I think Beki was the winner.  Emotions continued to run high throughout the day with tears from the father or the bride, the groom and Maid of Honour all being noted and captured on camera as part of the couples wedding photography collection.   I think the speeches finished everyone off (including me) with noticeable some of the best I’ve heard (and I’ve sat through a lot of wedding speeches).

The wonderful summer we have been experiencing this year did not disappoint and the sun shone bright throughout the day meaning the lovely gardens were taken full advantage of for some fun garden games during the reception.  The wonderful weather also allowed us to capture some wonderful wedding photography in the gardens,  a combination of candid and posed photos were captured throughout the day.

I would especially like to thank Mr and Mrs Mckenzie for trusting me when I suggested that they should request that guests took no photos when they left the ceremony or during the first dance.   The professional Wedding Photography is noticeable improved by the absence of phones and cameras, instead these are replaced with smiling emotional guests watching the happy couple.    Beki and Jake, thank you for choosing me to be your wedding photographer, here is your wedding day story.

Marie x x

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    Slice of Life Photography

    Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

    The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

    Address

    Whaplode
    Spalding
    Lincolnshire
    United Kingdom

    Telephone

    07545 778016

    Lincolnshire wedding photographer – Whaplode Manor Wedding

    Lincolnshire wedding photographer – Whaplode Manor Wedding

    Slice of Life Photography - Fine Art Photographer

    Whaplode Manor Wedding

    Mr and Mrs Burton

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    Lincolnshire wedding photographer

     

    Black and white portrait of Bride and Groom at Whaplode Churc, Spalding - by Lincolnshire wedding photogrpaher Slife of Life

    Danielle and Mark have been clients of mine for a number of years.  I have had the honour of watching their 3 beautiful boys grow up and have provided their Family photography throughout.  When an existing client asks you to be their wedding photographer it is something extra special as you know that they are truly happy with the service and quality of work you deliver.

    Mr and Mrs Burton chose to marry at Whaplode Church and enjoyed a reception at Whaplode Manor.  It was wonderful to capture a wedding in my local village church, the first I have had the privilege of doing since moving to Whaplode 18 months ago.  It really is a beautiful church.

    The wedding ceremony was one of the most emotional I have captured to date, with Mark being the first in tears, quickly followed by Danielle and no doubt many of the guests.  Tears truly were a theme of the day with another round following during the heartfelt speeches later in the evening.  So much laughter throughout the day too, especially when the cheeky flowergirl decided to give each of the groomsman a smack on the bum for flashing their pants!

    The amazingly hot summer we are experiencing this year ensured that Danielle and Mark had a gloriously sunny wedding and allowed us to make use of the amazing gardens both at Whaplode Church and Whaplode Manor to create both formal and natural wedding photography for them to treasure in years to come.

    Thank you to Mr and Mrs Burton and all their guests for making me feel so welcome,  Here is a little preview of your wedding photography collection which will follow shortly.

    Marie

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    bridal hair preparations - Black and White Reportage wedding photos by Lincolnshire wedding photographer Slice of Life Photography
    bridal hair preparations - Black and White Reportage wedding photos by Lincolnshire wedding photographer Slice of Life Photography
    Bridal preparation - Mum fastening brides necklace - Black and White Reportage wedding photos by Lincolnshire wedding photographer, Slice of Life Photography
    Bridal preparation - First glimpse of the bride by her father - Black and White Reportage wedding photos by Lincolnshire wedding photographer, Slice of Life Photography
    Whaplode Church Bride and Groom  - Lincolnshire wedding photographer Slice of Life Photography
    Whaplode Church Bride and Groom taking each others hands  - Lincolnshire wedding photographer Slice of Life Photography
    Groom crying at Whaplode Church ceremony - black and white photographs by Lincolnshire wedding photographer, Slice of Life Photography
    Bride crying at Whaplode Church ceremony - black and white photographs by Lincolnshire wedding photographer, Slice of Life Photography
    Bride and Groom during wedding ceremony at Whaplode Church, Spalding by Lincolnshire wedding photographer Slice of Life Photography
    Bride and Groom walking up the aisle after wedding ceremony at Whaplode Church, Spalding by Lincolnshire wedding photographer Slice of Life Photography
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    Bride and groom portrait - Lincolnshire wedding photographer - Slice of Life Photography
    Black and white portrait of Bride and Groom at Whaplode Churc, Spalding - by Lincolnshire wedding photogrpaher Slife of Life
    Portrait of Bride and Groom at Whaplode Manor Gardens, Spalding - by Lincolnshire wedding photogrpaher Slife of Life
    Bride crying during wedding speech at Whaplode Manor, Spalding - Lincolnshire wedding photographer  Slice of Life Photography
    mother of the groom crying during wedding speech at Whaplode Manor, Spalding - Lincolnshire wedding photographer  Slice of Life Photography
    groom crying during wedding speech at Whaplode Manor, Spalding - Lincolnshire wedding photographer  Slice of Life Photography
    Guest crying during wedding speech at Whaplode Manor, Spalding - Lincolnshire wedding photographer  Slice of Life Photography
    Bride and Bridesmaids laughing at Whaplode Manor Wedding Reception - Black and white wedding photo by Slice of Life Photography, Spalding
    Groomsman flash their named wedding party underwear whilst flower girl looks on at Whaplode Manor wedding reception - photograph by Slice of Life Photography,Lincolnshire wedding photographer
    Mr and Mrs Burton’s First dance at Whaplode Manor Wedding Reception - Black and white wedding photograph by Slice of Life Photography, Lincolnshire wedding photographer
    Mr and Mrs Burton’s First dance at Whaplode Manor Wedding Reception - Black and white wedding photograph by Slice of Life Photography, Lincolnshire wedding photographer
    Mr and Mrs Burton’s First dance at Whaplode Manor Wedding Reception by Slice of Life Photography, Lincolnshire wedding photographer

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      Slice of Life Photography

      Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

      The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

      Address

      Whaplode
      Spalding
      Lincolnshire
      United Kingdom

      Telephone

      07545 778016

      Mr and Mrs Carter’s winter wedding

      Mr and Mrs Carter’s winter wedding

      Slice of Life Photography - Fine Art Photographer

      James and Liene Carter’s Winter Wedding

      23rd January 2018

      Slice of Life Photography - Bride and Groom Portrait on the Bank of the River Welland at Sunset

      When James and Liene first came to chat to me about their wedding day, I instantly warmed to their bubbly fun personalities and knew it would be a wedding day to remember. They had chosen to have a very intimate wedding ceremony with only 10 guests at the service and wedding breakfast with many more joining them for the evening celebrations. This is the smallest ceremony I have photographed to date and it was a true honour to be a part of it.

      Slice of Life Photography - Bride checking her makeup in the mirror, black and white photograph
      Slice of Life Photography - Cat watching Bride, wedding photographer near Boston

      Their wedding took place on what was undoubtedly the coldest day of the 2017! Sub zero conditions coupled with a beautiful blue sky created a challenging yet beautiful backdrop for the wedding photographs at the Ship Inn near Spalding and at the extra special spot that the couple had found for us to detour too for special seasonal photographs in a field of Christmas trees.

       Bride and Groom laughing during wedding ceremony at Boston Registry office

      Liene and James, thank you for choosing me to capture your wedding day, here is your story x

      Marie

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        Slice of Life Photography

        Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

        The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

        Address

        Whaplode
        Spalding
        Lincolnshire
        United Kingdom

        Telephone

        07545 778016

        How to get the best from your Wedding Photography

        How to get the best from your Wedding Photography

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        Top Tips for getting the best from your wedding photographer

        3rd October 2017

        1. If you are having your hair and bridal makeup done at home, consider carefully the room that you choose for this. A bright and airy room will allow the best light for the MUA and photographer to work in. Ideally be seated close to a window but not with your back or front directly facing the it.

        2. Ensure work surfaces are clutter free and tidy. Whilst your photographer will move distracting items during shots that are set up and staged, this is not possible while capturing natural shots, as they happen so ensuring the area is clean and tidy ahead of the day will help to prevent your final images from having distracting items within them.

        3. If you have space, hang your dress somewhere nice (consider the hanger too) before you are ready to put it on. The photographer can get shots of the bridal preparations with the dress in the background. This will help to tell the story and gives context to the photos.

        4. Generally the photographer will want to photograph dresses, shoes, jewellery, perfume, button holes, bouquet, garter and rings (if they are at the location). Ensure you have gathered all the items your photographer will want, for detail shots ahead of their arrival. This will mean they are not interrupting you while you are getting ready asking for key items.

        5. My full day packages include Bridal preparation as standard. As the boys usually get ready elsewhere this gets over looked. Consider booking a package that includes a 2nd photographer to allow groomsman preparation to be captured too.

        6. Lots of Brides get into their dress at the last minute, but if time allows its helpful to be ready 20 minutes or so before your car is due to depart. This allows a little time for you to gather your thoughts and time for your photographer to capture some lovely photos of the girls all dressed up. If you intend to have these photos in your garden, then ensure the garden is clean and tidy too.

        7. On your wedding day, everything will take longer than you think, from getting your hair done to getting dressed. And mishaps will happen (trust me!) — from misplaced vows to terrible traffic — so set a strict schedule that leaves extra time to deal with delays without cutting into your photography session.

        8. Remember to keep your head up and look forward during key moments, such as walking down the aisle or during confetti throwing. The emotion on your face during these moments will add to the memories and storytelling element of your wedding album.

        9. It is important to discuss a list of key shots with your photographer. I always plan a meeting with my Bride and Groom a few weeks ahead of the big day to discuss this. If there are key moments, you want captured make sure they know. For example, many brides want a picture of their Dad’s reaction when he sees her in the dress for the first time. Try to keep the list of formal group shots to under ten. Although these photos are important, neither you nor your guests will want to stand around for ages while these are done. After all everyone is there to celebrate with you.

        and finally

        10. Just Enjoy the Day. Try not to worry about the little things, like if it starts to rain or the little page boy refuses to join in the family photo. Your photographer will take care of it and generally has a trick up their sleeve. If you are worrying about the little things and watching the camera, it won’t capture the moments, you laughing with your friends or sharing a secret look with your new husband / wife. Let your photographer keep you on schedule and capture the day as it unfolds.

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          Slice of Life Photography

          Specialising in Baby Photoshoots, Wedding Photography and creating stunning Fairy Photography.

          The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn

          Address

          Whaplode
          Spalding
          Lincolnshire
          United Kingdom

          Telephone

          07545 778016