I’d been looking forward to Kayleigh and James’ wedding since they booked me, and the excitement had only increased since they proved themselves to be incredibly photogenic in their beautiful golden hour engagement shoot on a beach in Wales.Read More
Living on a rural farm, Laura and George weren’t short of options for the location of their boho outdoor wedding. They chose the field with the best views for their stunning hilltop wedding, and were blessed with an incredible sunny day to celebrate their marriage.Read More
This wedding really marked the beginning of the hot, hazy summer of 2018 - looking back on it to write this blog post feels like I’m looking through a golden lens. It was in the magical moment while everything was still green, before the fields all turned brown with the heat, and the atmosphere was so light and fun - all of which were perfect ingredients for a beautiful boho wedding.Read More
I’d been dying to take a couple up to the epic crags of the Stiperstones and Devil’s Chair for ages, and with Harry and Rosie being a pretty adventurous couple who love to travel, it seemed like the perfect location for their Shropshire engagement shoot - an adventure on their doorstep.Read More
I arrived at Walcot Hall for Joanne and Rueben’s wedding to the news that Joanne had come down with food poisoning overnight - every bride’s worst nightmare. The amazing Lucie Anne (one of Walcot Hall’s wedding co-ordinator) had made a mad dash to the local doctor’s surgery with poor Jo early that morning and by the time I arrived things were definitely looking up, though the atmosphere was a bit more subdued than most weddings!Read More
Fiona and Tom arrived in Shropshire from London 24 hours before their wedding to the news that the field they had booked for their rustic marquee reception was totally waterlogged. After several days of torrential downpours, the topsoil had completely washed away, and it was looking like they would have to find an alternative venue as the mudbath was so bad that the marquee was proving difficult to put up!Read More
From the moment we had our first "meeting" on Skype, I knew Jo and Amie were one of "my" couples. They were talking about making signs out of pallets, about their big day being about their family and friends as much as about them as a couple, and it was clear that this was going to be a fun day to photograph in one of my favourite Shropshire wedding venues, Walcot Hall.
Jo and Amie wanted their wedding photography to reflect who they were as a couple, as well as capture the fun and games of their wedding day and the beautiful Shropshire setting. Amie was a bit worried because she is a bit camera shy, but the emotion of the day carried them through their couples shoot and I'm so pleased with the photographs I got!
The party got going with a ceilidh as their first dance, which was something out of the ordinary for me to shoot - the party was such fun, those northerners sure know how to throw a good old knees up! Thanks for letting me share your wonderful wedding with you ladies!
Shropshire wedding photographer Olivia Moon Photography. I am available for bookings throughout 2016 and 2017 for UK wedding photography, Sydney wedding photography, natural wedding photography and destination wedding photography. Contact me for more information.