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Nathalie and Rob Pre wedding shoot

It was Sunday the 5th of February, I was supposed to be meeting Nathalie and Rob, luckily they were very understanding about me postponing the meeting due to the early arrival of Freddie Joe on the 3rd of February. We did have a telephone meeting while I was sat in the car park at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary and from this conversation we arranged a new date for our initial meeting and all were happy – and then it snowed cutting us off. We finally did get to meet though and it was great, Nathalie and Rob booked me there and then, which is always nice:)

I am really looking forward to their wedding, a lovely little Lake District church wedding followed by the reception at the Low Wood Bay Resort. Its great to work at the Low Wood, especially since I won my +1 Ambassador Award with English Lakes Hotel’s.

Fast forward a few weeks and it was fantastic to meet up with Nathalie and Rob for a final wedding meeting and a little walk to take some images which will be used to produce the Signature Boards for the wedding, otherwise known as a Pre-Wedding shoot. Rob brought along his guitar, which was a very special engagement gift from Nathalie, he is none to shabby on it either.

All systems go and I am very much looking forward to working with Nathalie, Rob and the Low Wood on their wedding day – it promises to be a cracker!

If you would like to chat about the photography for your wedding, please do not hesitate to get in touch, you can use the contact form, email ian@ianwoodphotography.com or call/text 01539 738846 | 07968 791594. There is normally plenty happening on my Facebook page as well, feel free to join in!

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Black and white photograph of an engaged couple over looking Lake Windermere, they will be getting married in the Lake District.
A Bride to be being serenaded by her partner overlooking Lake Windermere.
An engaged couple photographed in black and white, a lovely view up the Langdales.

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