Author Archives: alanlawphotography
On Thursday I was over in Devon, at the delightful Hotel Endsleigh, for the intimate wedding of Nicola and Tom. I really like this candid capture of them both; looking forward to sharing more soon…!
The word that comes to mind when thinking about Claire and John’s wedding at St Kea Church and Heartlands, is most definitely ‘fun’! This really was my kind of wedding, where the bride and groom did things totally their way; no stressing, just a fantastic celebration with their closest friends and family. I love it [...]
A very quick preview from Amy and Chris’ wedding at the stunning Caerhays Castle and Gardens last week. Again, this is totally unposed; I just like to let my couples ‘be’, recording their natural interactions, letting them enjoy a few minutes away from their guests, where they can start to appreciate the beauty – and [...]
Jon and Sarah got married in February at St Piran’s Church, Perranarworthal, with the reception at one of my favourite Cornish venues, The Rosevine. It was a really lovely, personal affair, with their closest friends and family – most of which were all staying at The Rosevine, too – and they did it their way: [...]
I had such a lovely surprise when I opened the latest issue of the fantastic WED Magazine this month: One of my images used as the lead photo in their feature on choosing your wedding photographer! The black and white image of guests kissing on the dance floor is one of my all-time favourite reception [...]
Oh I do love veils in the wind! This preview is from Hayley & Mike’s wedding at the Penventon Park Hotel on Friday; Hayley actually made the veil herself, and it just looked fantastic being taken by the wind – though I think she probably got a bit fed up of it by the end [...]
Just wanted to post a small preview shot from Claire and John’s wedding on Saturday, at St Kea Church and then on to Heartlands. The shot above was taken in the private garden at Heartlands, and it’s completely un-posed; they didn’t even know I was around at the time! By watching and observing – rather [...]