We had snow on Wednesday here in Kent. Which took us a little by surprise. Jemma and Rob are getting married in December 2013 and Jemma explained that she always wanted a December wedding – whether or not it snows … luckily they will be getting married and having their reception in the same venue so there shouldn’t be too many logistical problems of moving their guests from one place to another. The local farmers will also be on hand to clear away any snow … Jemma is organised. Very organised indeed. And a little excited too …
Pre-wedding photoshoots have a great value, in my opinion. It helps me to learn more about my couples and I do find it easier to shoot their wedding day when we’ve spent a couple of hours together, discussing posing and hand holding and hearing more about their plans. It should also help my couples to relax about the photography side of their wedding at least. And I hope that we achieved that yesterday in a chilly Whitstable.
What struck me about Jemma and Rob is that they laugh. With each other. A lot. I had to remind myself to keep shooting and keep my camera steady whilst watching them giggle and smile … lovely!
Jemma had chosen some appropriate jewellery too.
And more giggling …
An oyster shell made a great background for Jemma’s beautiful engagement ring.
They look great together, don’t they?
The lattes were tasty and very necessary to help us warm up after being outside for an hour. But I think it was worth it.
So, will it or won’t it snow for Jemma and Rob’s wedding? I know that it is going to be the most beautiful celebration and I can’t wait to be a part of it. xx
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