Mr P&P and I have been together 6 years, but we finally got married last year. It was a perfect day (though I did get upset about the downpour 20 mins before our ceremony!) which was full of love, homemade food, and music. I won’t bore you with loads of mushiness or sentimental photos (just a few), but I did want to share some pictures of a few of my favourite details. I like to think of it as a pretty, quirky wedding where guests felt at home. Most importantly, it felt like a proper celebration and was the perfect way to mark 5 years together and set out our hopes & plans for the future. I think ourphotographers, Taylor Glascock and Erin Stubblefield, did a brilliant job of capturing that.
One year on, a lot has changed for the two of us (definitely for the good!). But we love looking back at our photos & cards and thinking about the work that went into the day and how happy we were. I am looking forward to many more years of the same!
There are a few more pictures on Taylor’s website. Go have a look, and check out the rest of her work as well. She’s a great photojournalist. And if you love wedding photos, Erin‘s pretty great, too.
We’re celebrating our anniversary in Hay-on-Wye, which is perfect as it’s one of the first places we travelled to together. And don’t you think it’s appropriate to spend our paper anniversary in a town of bookshops? I’m taking my film camera just like I did last time. As you can see, I got a couple of lovely shots back then. Fingers crossed it works out again!
As you can tell, I’m a bit of a sentimental! Do you have places you like to return to because they hold special memories for you?
A young librarian. I am in love with libraries, books and words. Other hobbies include knitting, drinking tea, finding cats to pet and listening to music.
I'm learning to be braver in the kitchen, and am gradually making my way toward making proper recipes. At the moment, it's pure experimentation. I am a bit better at following instructions when it comes to knitting, embroidering and sewing!
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