I am Katie and since 2010 I have been Planning & Co-ordinating Weddings.
In February 2014 I put my planning skills to good use when I got married myself to my lovely husband Ben. We got married 10 years to the day since our journey began - so as you can imagine I had set myself a big big challenge but I did pull it off even if I do say so myself.
So after a little bit of time away I am now back here to share the delights of all things Wedding. Regular features will be Honeymoon Hotspot, Wedding Venues, Pop the Questions, Soppy Sundays, Real Weddings plus much more as the blog goes on.
AND I am planning on sharing my Wedding experience with you all too.
Real Weddings: Feride & Andrew's Wedding at The Dorchester by Hannah May Photography
Happy Wednesday! How are you? We have a wonderful Real Wedding today which took place at The Dorchester. I have never been there myself but I always love looking at a good Wedding that took place there and today is no exception.
I feel all white and fluffy inside. Ahhh
So lets go on the journey with Hannah May Photography- check out more work here.
On the morning of Andrew and Feride’s wedding, it goes without saying I was a little excited. Suited and booted, I headed out my door not knowing what exactly was ahead of me. The beauty of what I do is that I get to meet so many different couples, families and friends; photographing a variety of weddings of all different styles that truly represents who they are as a couple.
On this particular Sunday, I jumped on the train to London, with butterflies in my tummy at the fact that I was photographing a wedding at the Dorchester.
Needless to say, the wedding of Andrew and Feride did not disappoint. Mixed in with Feride’s turkish traditions, it was literally a day like no over. So much energy. SO much celebration.
It. Was. Incredible.
By the end of the night, no longer looking like the suited and booted version of myself when I arrived, I walked back to the tube with a smile on my face, in amazement over the day I just had.
When it came to editing the photos, what touched my heart the most wasn’t the ceremony. It wasn’t the turkish band. It wasn’t the absolutely amazing dancing and energy that filled the room. Oh no.
It was the way he looked at her.
Those stolen glances. The way you can see how she made him feel.