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St Johns College wedding photography of Tina and James

Another day of dodging showers and anxiously looking up to the skies wondering what kind of weather this summer is going to throw at us next! Nothing was going to dent the smiles and enthusiasm that Tina and James had for their big day, they were just both bouncing off the walls with excitement, so lovely to see. St Johns College wedding photography is always a joy, long cloisters beautiful big courts and the view over-looking the Backs is just stunning. The day started at St Andrews the Great Church, a significant and very familiar place for both of them. After the ceremony, it was a walk through Cambridge – cheered on by shoppers and tourists – to St Johns College for the reception. Thankfully the rain stayed away for the majority of the walk and reception. After the meal in the main hall, it was back to St Andrews the Great for an evening of ceilidh dancing. Here are a few of my favourite images from the day.

 

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Christs College wedding photography of Emma and James

Unexpectedly fine weather for the Christs College wedding photography of Emma and James. The week before the country had been battered with howling gales, things weren’t looking promising. Thankfully though the weather calmed down and we even had some glorious winter sunshine. Great to be back at Christ’s College, such a beautiful venue for a wedding. Also great to be at a wedding with so much significance for Emma and James as this is where they first met back when they were undergraduates. Emma looked absolutely stunning – if there was any doubt she would look anything less. James looked devilishly handsome in his full white tie and tales but couldn’t really compete with Emma’s extraordinary shoes. The Louboutins were quite something to behold, all of them, even the cake topper and vodka luge Louboutin! There was such a great energy on the day, so many friends coming back to college made for a very familiar feel and plenty of Guinness welcomed everyone else in. That vodka luge also helped towards some impressive dancing later in the evening. Emma and James’s dance routine was out and out the best routine I’ve seen put together as a first dance, well if you’re going to do it, throw yourself into to completely!

Here’s a few of my favourite images from the day and you can see the full gallery by clicking this link | Christ’s College wedding photography

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