After being in the wedding industry for seven years, I still feel so privileged to capture some one’s wedding day. For many families, the memory of a happy wedding day can be a cherished moment. Surrounded by family and friends, enjoying each other’s company and being full of joy and laughter; a wedding day is an occasion where everyone can look back and remember that special event, and smile.
At the end of last year, I decided I wanted to do something for a charity, I found The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation. Launched in 2012 with a single purpose- organising and funding weddings for terminally ill people. A charity which gives many men and women in the UK living with life-limiting conditions or terminal illnesses the chance to marry their special partner in life.
The short documentary film about Naomi Thomas, the charity founder of The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation really touched me and there is no greater achievement than helping others. No-one understands more than Naomi, the importance of getting married when you have a life limiting illness.
I am pleased to announce I have been accepted as a supplier. I have offered my services for free and my promise to the couple that I photograph is that I will capture your day perfectly because nothing is more perfect than two people in love surrounded by family and friends. I know that photographs can not only bring back all the memories of a wonderful day but will also allow you to remember how you felt in that moment. That is my wish for all my brides and grooms.
I look forward to working with the Wedding Wishing Well Foundation.
To find out more about this wonderful charity please go to www.weddingwishingwell.org.uk
Documentary by Vogue Wedding Films