Wedding album | Liz + Craig

I didn’t get a chance to put up a complete post from Liz + Craig’s Brighton wedding a few months ago so wanted to show some extracts from their wedding album, complete with beach huts and an ice-cream seller.
This is their beach-themed cover with a summery feel.

Brighton wedding album cover in beach blue

This is Liz before she walked down the aisle at Brighton’s Hilton Hotel – these are two of Liz and Craig’s favourites listed for their album.

Brighton wedding album pages of portraits at Hilton Metropole Hotel

After their ceremony, Liz and Craig had hired a horse-drawn carriage to take them to their reception hotel further along the coast.

Brighton wedding horse and carriage on beachfront with bride and groom

Their family and friends were a friendly, happy group, tucking into seaside favourites of fish and chips followed by cones of ice-cream outside, which was hugely popular with everyone.

Brighton wedding reception with fish and chipsBrighton wedding with ice-cream stall for guestsBrighton wedding guests eat ice-cream for dessert

Given that we had fine weather – not always a given – beach portraits with Liz and Craig finished off their album.
Brighton bride and groom portraits at beach frontBrighton bride and groom wedding portraits with beach huts on sunny day

Beach photographs

I’ve just been visiting Felixstowe, doing some product shots for a very talented woman who makes beaded earrings – as well as capturing her and her family. We were on the beach just up the road from her home this afternoon doing some Suffolk beach portraits – this is Lorna & her partner Toby.
Suffolk beach portraits
Suffolk beach portraits

Yesterday, we shot some of Lorna’s earrings in the natural environment which inspires her. Every background was tried – I especially like the matt beaded earrings draped on teasel bushes with the beach behind – even attempting to be a mountain goat to get the photograph I wanted. Lorna has especially strong memories of the earrings hanging, almost camouflaged on wooden beach supports; while she was putting them there, a rogue wave tried to wash the earrings away, but only managed to wet her jeans and shoes; there was no way she was letting go of her precious jewellry!

We also had the chance to capture Lorna’s two children, Maya and Johanna at the beach.

Suffolk beach portraits
Suffolk beach portraits