Newcastle Civic Centre Wedding

 

Nyomi and Mark were married on Valentine’s Day this year at Newcastle Civic Centre. I first met Nyomi and her beautiful family about two years ago when I photographed an in-home family session for them.  I always love it when families and couples return to me to capture the big moments in their lives.

 

Nyomi and Mark have two beautiful children and for years never planned to marry, after all, what bigger commitment can a couple have than a pair of tiny versions of themselves running around.  This year though they changed their mind and in true rock n roll style went for a shot-gun Valentine’s Day wedding to seal the deal.

They wanted a small no-fuss affair with just their very nearest and dearest and only booked me for an hour after the ceremony to capture some moments of the day.  Knowing the family I was delighted to oblige and think we did pretty well with our shotgun one hour shoot.

To make the day even more special Nyomi wore her mums 1982 wedding gown. It looked simply stunning on her and worked perfectly with her beautiful dried flower crown by Bees and Butterflies Flowers

 

Nyomi writes a fabulous feminist family lifestyle blog over at   https://www.nomipalony.com

Now once again I am taking part in a blog circle with other female photographers around the globe. Click through the circle for some inspiring work. Next up is Annika Bloch who has blogged about Charity photography in West London supporting the NHS.

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Comments

You incorporated the building so spectacularly into your images. I love all the compositions!

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Your wedding images are always so lovely

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