I know what happens when people come to the gallery - they politely pretend to look at my pictures but really they are wondering "wow, where did she get that dress" and "I must steal that idea". So here you go...all the details from a recent wedding. Including what theyRead More
Tania and Phil were married at Canterbury Register Office (Wellington House) and then went on for a bit of a party at the Whitstable Brewery on the beach at Whitstable. It's pretty much as close as you can legally get to a beach wedding! There are some highlights below and aRead More
A convertible Beetle, fish and chips on the beach, afternoon tea and 9 guys posing by the bar. This can only be MyWeddingStory.Read More
Why, oh why do I agree to these things?
Anthony and Louise wanted a pre wedding shoot or try before you buy as I like to call them.
They live just a stone’s throw from the beach and so that was the logical place to do it. They had also seen the pictures from Ella and Gareth’s beach shoot and so I knew before I asked exactly when they would want to do it.
About two hours before sensible people get up.
Two gorgeous dresses, a beautiful model, umbrellas and a beach. This can only be MyWeddingStory.
Especially when you consider we also had torrential rain, what felt very much like hail, high winds, salt spray and freezing cold. Oh and a lot of fun.
Welcome to bridal fashion photography like you may never have seen it before.
There’s a fashion going around. It’s called “Trash the Dress” or “Rock the Dress” or something similar. We’ve even heard of one company calling it “Dirty Bride” shoots….
The idea is simple, you don’t really need that dress any more so you may as well take it out and get it dirty on a photoshoot. It’s a cool idea but I think it’s just wrong.
Why ruin a perfectly good dress on a photoshoot when you can get great results the WeddingsByRyan way?