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Something a bit special happened this weekend...

 This weekend saw a double whammy double wedding Tipi extravaganza! Two very different brides rocking their weddings with Tipi festival chic. First came Sarah and Kevin's in the Peak District, a heartfelt church ceremony delivered by Kevin's Uncle, followed by a wedding breakfast in these stunning Tipi's which were pitched up at Standlow Farm, Kniveton. I was falling over myself which all the amazing photo ops - and have you seen the brides tiara?! Epic. Check out the amazing feature and read all about the day and Sarah's hints and tips here on the fabulous Rock My Wedding - http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/silver-words/ 

Click the pics to see the whole day...

So I pitched myself up at a local hotel waiting to find out what the next day had in store for Claire and Steve. Having met Claire and her Aussie beau a few times before through friends I already knew it was going to be something super cool yet tastefully understated. I was blown away to arrive at Claire's family home in Retford the next day and find the day was going to be another visual treat. Rose arches, hand made signs detailing all the countries people would be arriving from, a whiskey barn stocked with some of Scotland's finest, Tipi's adorned with reindeer furs and twinkly lights, not to mention a tipi honeymoon suite. I had so much fun photographing this couple who were happy to indulge me as I ran round finding awesome locations for couple shots - hay, logs, corn fields, secret pathways - I was in my element! 

To see what i'm talking about click the pics below...

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