So, lets talk about Hannah & Daniel.
I’ve known Hannah for a little while now, we’ve worked together on projects, I’ve attended her parties and I’m pleased to say we’ve become good friends. So when Hannah met Daniel I was so pleased for her!
Now we jump ahead to a project we did together, a very relaxed, cool styled wedding shoot where Hannah (Zenero Events!) and I collaborated with some other suppliers to showcase a budget style wedding. I remember Hannah telling me that this was the style of wedding she would want to have, I knew she would put on a great event, when it came to it.
The day came, Dan proposed to Hannah, on the top of a mountain (amazing, huh!) and of course she said yes. This lead on to lots of excitement about wedding plans, considering she caters to wedding’s in her business it was clear she’d pick some amazing suppliers When I find out they are planning to have it in Italy – which is an absolute no brainer, Hannah is Italian! All this time I thought they’d have a very small, local party, and suddenly its a rather spectacular day in the gorgeous Puglia, Italy.
Hannah & Dan asked me to be their photographer, I am overwhelmed and excited (and not just because it was in Italy – I promise!) I trusted they’d put their heart and soul into their day, and they did not let me down – the day they had was an easy one to photograph, everything was perfect and the LIGHT is gorgeous! So let us start in the morning, the girls all started to get ready at their venue.
Then I went over to Hannah’s parents house, where Dan and his men were all getting ready with their dog, Loki.
Dan handed out some little bottles of courage to his entourage, then they had a few photographs in the local rural surroundings.
Once these guys were all ready, I swiftly returned to the women to see what else I could capture. They were nearly ready, which is perfect for me as I can catch those all important final touches.
Hannah and the rest of the ladies made a beautiful wedding party, they all had individual style. This is why they all sported different make up, hair and tops to compliment the amazing skirts Hannah found for them!
Jemma was chosen to fit in Hannah’s long, sheer veil which complimented her boho vibe dress perfectly.
Hannah was dressed and ready to wed – first she had to find her Mum & Dad for a quick ‘first look’
I couldn’t resist using these steps to capture the maids as they all came out ready to see their transport to the ceremony!
After a quick snap with her maids, Parents, the local cats(!!), and Emily, her Maid of Honour, they all got in their beautiful Italian camper vans to make their way to the ceremony.
When I arrived at the Town Hall, all the guests were already seated, and Daniel was starting to look a little nervous waiting for his bride.