I would like to take this opportunity to reassure all my current bookings and anyone who wishes to book future weddings during the current COVID-19 crisis that,
I am happy to accommodate any change of date for your wedding should your ceremony be postponed due to COVID-19. There will be no additional cost to you for changing the date.
Any new booking for future weddings will also be able to change the date should your ceremony be postponed due to COVID-19 at no additional cost.
Please be confident that I will work with all current and future brides and grooms to photograph your wedding day, despite the difficulties that we are all currently faced with.
Changes are subject to my availability, but I will do everything I can to help find a photographer to cover the wedding should you not be able to find a date when I am available. If you wedding proceeds but on split dates for example, wedding ceremony at a church on the original date and wedding reception postponed to an alternative date additional charges may be incurred for travel time and mileage costs.
So just so you are aware dates that I am currently NOT available are 23rd May, 6th June, 18th July, 2nd August, 5th August, 6th August, 22nd August, 5th September all in 2020.
In 2021 I am NOT available on the 20th March , 22nd and 23rd May, 28th August.
I will update this information as it changes.
Please don't hesitate to contact me should you have any questions, would like to rearrange your date, book me as your photographer for a future date, or think that I can help you in any way.
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St James' Church Louth
Abbie and Eugen chose to get married at St James' Church in Louth.
St James' is very impressive both on the inside and outside, its large spire can be seen from miles around the Lincolnshire countryside.
Abbie arrived at the church in a classic car, not your traditional Rolls Royce but a exceptionally well kept Ford Granada.
St James' was full of family and friends who had all turned out to celebrate Abbie and Eugen's wedding. With large stained glass windows and high ceilings St James' is a lovely place to get married.
After the ceremony we went out in to the church grounds which are perfect for photographs of the newly weds and formal group photographs, with the church, trees and grassed areas making a perfect back drop.
Abbie and Eugen chose to make use of the Under the Spire cafe at St James' and had traditional afternoon tea served to all their guests, making it a little more special for those who were not going on to the wedding reception.
St James Church
The wedding reception was held at Louth Town Hall in the Ball Room. Impressive high walls and period decor, large windows make the room feel light and airy.
The evening before Abbie and Eugen had been to decorate the Ball Room and tables, adding flowers and their own special touch.
The ball room was set out with a large top table and large tables allowing plenty of seating and room for their guests. Their is a licence bar so guests can enjoy a drink or more with their meal and celebrate with Abbie and Eugen.
Speeches were made by the groom and best man, before the wedding party tucked into their well prepared meal.
Louth Town Hall
In the evening the tables were cleared to reveal a dance floor. A stage was set at the front of the Ball Room, and Ermine Street a Ceilidh Band set up to provide the evenings entertainment.
As the lights dimmed the cake was cut, triple tiered chocolate and strawberry.
Abbie and Eugen took to the dance floor and had their first dance as a married couple, they were then joined by family and friends to dance the night away.
Louth Town Hall
53 Kenwick Road Louth LN11 8EH