Its been one whole week since I got back from Europe and my first French wedding. It has been such a whirlwind trip and such an amazing experience. I love shooting in new countries, and the challenges they hold, but being able to meet so many wonderful people and being taken in as part of the larger family. You get that here when you create relationships with your couples, and that is something I strive for each and every wedding, but being so far from home seems to make people nuture more authentic friendships and relationships, and for this I’m extremely thankful!

This trip gave me a chance to see how other cultures deal with weddings and people and to meet some new clients in London that I’m excited to be working with in the next few seasons, it also gave me pause to view the world slightly differently – its not as big as we think it is and there are so many inter-connecting parts! So after this trip and my yearning to live in Paris for a short period we’ve decided to throw it out there and spend three months in Europe next year over our winter period – who doesn’t love a warm climate! So if you or anyone you know is looking to get married in Europe or the UK next year get in touch! We would love to work with you!

In the mean time here are a few images from my wanders around Montpellier. I will post some photos from my French wedding soon!

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