Fishmore Hall, Ludlow Wedding – Mhairi & Dave

Jul 25, 2013

This is Mhairi & Dave. Every now and then a wedding comes along and knocks me for six. This was one of them. Their emotional and original ceremony took place outdoors at Fishmore Hall, Ludlow with the sun shining, a harpist playing and was hands down one of the lovliest weddings I’ve been lucky enough to photograph.

Mhairi’s family are Scottish and Dave is Irish so although there were plenty of traditions it also included Dr Suess, a cookie monster cake, a caileigh, a handmade ring cushion including material from the mother of the bride’s own wedding dress plus some of the funniest speeches I’ve heard in a long time. Following the ceremony we headed to Dinham Weir and took some formal images of the new Mr and Mrs Boland. I heart my clients very much!

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Nicola Gough

Nicola Gough

Wedding Photographer

When I’m not shooting people in love you can find me at home, probably drinking too much coffee, eating cake and watching a film. My husband and I hold a lot of our conversations in film quotes. We’re kind of film geeks. After ten years of photographing almost 200 couples who love the bones of each other, I’m still in love with weddings and I would love to hear more about yours.

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