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A October unicorn themed wedding at Marshall Meadows, sneaky peek from Saturday..

On Saturday I photographed Ana and Jonathan’s unicorn themed wedding at Marshall Meadows, the wedding was unique not only because of the theme but also because everything was translated into Spanish to make Ana’s side of the family feel truly at home and welcome, from the vows to the speeches and even to the signs for the damas y caballeros!

The wedding ceremony wasn’t until 5pm which is quite late for light in October, we were very lucky with clear skies and looking out over the farm in the background were even blessed with a bit of a unicorn sky, how cute!

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Their dog Banjo came along for his own photoshoot looking rather superb in a new bow tie..

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This has been one of the most fun weddings I’ve seen even though I missed the ‘sumo costumed fight, first dance’! The cake was pretty amazing and hilarious too.

Jonathan hired loads of trees from Cheviot Trees in Foulden to decorate the hall, it looked quite spectacular and he did the decor all by himself.

Family Photo Shoot at Berwick Beach and near the Stanks, Greenses and Golf Course

Elaine and Wayne wanted some photographs as memories of living and bringing up their little boys in the Greenses near Berwick Beach as they are moving house and wanted to mark the occasion.   We walked around to the Stanks for a woodland type background before going down to the beach to build sandcastles.  I can't say the session started that well as the wee one head planted the ground and gained an egg on his head but he managed to pull himself around after a good hug from mum, these boys are made of tough stuff!  

Beautifully Styled Family Photo Session at 3 different locations, Beach, Park and Home

Lisa chose 3 locations for her beautiful family to have their photography session, we started at the family home, in the garden and inside for a few then we went to a local park which was down by the stream, we ended up at Cocklawburn beach (it was a good idea to end there because, sand).   After looking through our what to wear guide, Lisa had 3 outfits outfit ideas so we matched them up with the locations before we set off, I would usually advise against 3 changes as children can become impatient but these two were troopers right through.  I loved this shoot and I'd love know which location you prefer, let me know in the comments below, beach, park or home... I think my favourite was the beach at the end of the day - it was that really misty weekend that we had, remember?  It was like pea soup at the beach!

Let me know your fave location in the comments below :)