Nottingham Wedding Photographer
Welcome to my blog! Although Crash Taylor would seem appropriate for an unlucky Formula 1 driver it does underline my goal, to CRASH the boundaries of the mundane and boring in wedding photography. As a result, I strive to capture those priceless moments shared by my clients, their families and guests on the magnificent day dedicated to their love and lifetime commitment. This blog is a pictorial journal of my daily journey in my professional and private life. As such it is a scenic mélange of my travels, with highlights from the wedding adventures and portraits I shoot. You could call it my own private digital photo album. It is my hope that this blog will provide vital insight to current and potential clients and maybe even inspire other photographers. Hopefully your visit has given you a candid view of the true "Crash" and thanks for dropping in. To view Nottingham Wedding Photographers Crash's website Wedding Photographers Nottingham

Lee and Gemma | Calke Abbey Wedding

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What an awesome wedding adventure we had with Lee and Gemma at the beautiful Calke Abbey.

Wedding Venue: Calke Abbey

Catering: Black Pepper Mint & Co

Wedding Breakfast Meal: Parcel of Duck with Salad Leaves, Brassed Beef with Vegetables & Red Wine Du, Treo of Deserts, Lemon Cheesecake, Eaton mess & Chocolate Brownie & White Chocolate Source

Jeweller: Vera Wang & Monica Vanader

Perfume: Channel

Wedding Cake: Mother of the Groom

Hair: Rochelle Chamberlain from Escape Hair Design

Reception Venue: Calke Abbey, Dressed by Gemma White, Wedding & Events

Wedding Dress: La Sposa

Shoes: Dune

Florist: Twisted Willow in Heage

Transportation: Wedding Cars of Derby

Make-Up: Own

First Dance Song? Better Man, Paulo Nutini

Honeymoon?  Unsure

Can you tell us where and how Lee proposed? In the woods behind our cottage, Lee waited until sunset & dressed the woods in fairy lights & lanterns & got down on one knee with myself & our little boy

The most memorable moment of the day? Seeing each other as I walked down the aisle with my dad

What advice would you give to brides reading this who are planning their wedding? Booking the right suppliers to makes the day run smoothly, take recommendations from suppliers you are already using and getting a great photographer as the photographs & memories will last forever.






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