I don’t post photographs of our children very often, as I’m sure you’d rather not come to our blog and see it as an extension of our family photo album. During the infancy of our photography business we’d photograph our children probably nearly everyday, they’d grown used to the camera being pointed at them and on a few occasions our camera bag even managed to tip little Ed up in his buggy (no damage done, I promise). But as we’ve been increasing busy these past months it suddenly dawned that we’d been so engrossed in capturing other people’s lifestyle’s and wedding’s we needed to update our own.
So here’s a few of our’s, capturing our children just as we know them, thoughtful and in Ed’s case sometimes just a little bit cheeky. Not forgetting that these little guys make our world go round.
This early Tutor Manor House set in 30 acres of beautiful parklands and gardens is one of Nottingham’s best kept secrets, its a superb venue for a wedding in Nottingham.
Come along and see Holme Pierrepont Hall for yourselves and of course pop by and say hello to us too this Sunday!
Images taken at Mr & Mrs Siddons wedding at Holme Pierrepont Hall on Saturday, 20 August 2011
Yey!! Not long now and we’ll be exhibiting at the upcoming Wedding Event with a Difference, organised by the fabulous ladies of Save the Date Magazine, at the Roundhouse Derby on 16th October.
We know from the last event that it’s going to be fabulous with lots happening including the Creative Corner with handmade pieces of pretty, the Lyrical Lounge (tipi tent) outside with live entertainment and a fire pit to keep you toasty. There’s an amazing catwalk show, interactive demonstrations and so many incredible exhibitors – including the Butterworth Photography team of course!
Tickets are on sale now and are selling fast! Get yours by visiting www.savethedatemagazine.co.uk/events/ Don’t forget, tickets are limited so be quick and don’t miss out!
We’ve got two tickets to give away to the event, all you have to do is answer the following question:
The best thing about being/getting married is ……….
Post your answer in a ‘Comment/Leave a reply’ just below of this blog post, please reply by midnight Sunday 4th September.
…. oh want to know my answer ….. ‘The best thing about being married is, I look forward to sharing my twilight years with a warm, loving husband, sitting together on a seafront bench wrapped in our car blanket, watching the sun come down thinking of the amazing journey we’ve had together.’
This is how I love to spend my Sunday afternoon’s, sitting in the sunshine with a fabulous landscape view in front of me and the glory of one of the Midlands’ most premier stately homes behind me … Prestwold Hall. To share all this with me were Sally & Danny, unfortunately unable to supply some Pimms we still managed to enjoy lots of wedding chat and then take some images around the grounds for their engagement photo shoot.
It really was a glorious day, we were breath taken with the quietness of it all, not even a ‘baaa’ from the sheep, the three of us soaked up the tranquility of it all.
Really excited to see you again Sally & Danny!!
I love this shot below, I could feel they were taking the whole thing in, supping up what this time meant, and what was to be here.
I met Kelly & Andrew last year whilst they were on the hunt for a Nottingham photographer to shoot their wedding day in Scarborough. As a frequent visitor to my parents caravan on the East Yorkshire coast this was a perfect one for me. They’d certainly got the weather for a seaside wedding, it was well in it’s mid twenties with just a slight sea breeze blowing in on their venue The Spa Scarborough.
I will remember it for being the most emotional bridal entrance to a wedding I’ve seen so far, one that even had me sharing a tear in the camera view finder, as Kelly was overwhelmed with emotion which dominoed to her mum, aunt and even her brother who walked Kelly down the aisle was holding back a tear or two. It was all happy tears though, Kelly and Andrew are completed with a beautiful family of two little boys and it was a special moment to see them celebrating the day all together.
After an emotional ceremony it was out onto the balcony overlooking the seafront for some family photographs and then the three of us headed off for a little walk. It was a stunning day, maybe a little too hot but hey how many of those days do we really get here in England!
Andrew & Kelly (and the boys) thank you for inviting me to capture your day, I’ve enjoyed every minute of my time with you and your family. I wish you great love and happiness, please keep in touch …… I’m going to miss you all! Becky xx