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New Facebook group for Herefordshire Weddings

If you have read some of my previous posts, you will know that I endeavor to use British suppliers as much as possible. If these can be local suppliers, then that is even better. With so much talent in the UK there really is no need to import wedding albums, etc. from half way round…

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Gemma Williams - February 7, 2012 - 8:50 pm

Hi Karl, thanks so much for writing about my new group on your blog – I am really delighted to hear that you have found it useful so far, and I hope that lots of other suppliers and brides in Herefordshire will feel the same! It’s really important to all support each other in our wonderful Herefordshire wedding industry! It’s also been great to discover your website and your blog – lovely work. Hopefully see you soon,
Gemma

KBPhoto - February 7, 2012 - 9:25 pm

Thank you Gemma.
The group seems to be attracting quite a bit of ‘talk’ between suppliers, but getting the message out to potential customers seems to be a bit slower. Hence this post.
If you can think of anything else that I can do to help, please do let me know. Or if you need a ‘bag carrier’ at a wedding…

Kham & Ian: A (wet) Winter Wedding

One of the reasons Kham & Ian chose to get married in the Lake District was because it was where they got engaged. Secretly, Kham was also hoping that by waving her magic wand they would have a winter white wedding as well. Unfortunately, the snow arrived a day late, but there was at least…

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Gemma Williams - February 7, 2012 - 8:54 pm

How beautiful! And how fabulous to get to shoot a Lake District wedding, what a wonderful place (even when it is raining!). This is really nicely captured, and I particularly like their first dance shot.

KBPhoto - February 13, 2012 - 10:24 pm

Thank you Gemma. Your comments are much appreciated.
Which first dance shot? The black one or the blue one?
It was amazing to go back to the Lakes – I love that place – and destination weddings add a whole new dimension to photographing weddings and having to think on your feet, always trying to be creative and original with your back up against a wall… I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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