A Hawk Conservancy Trust Wedding - Amy & Dean

Well this was a new one for me. A wedding in a hawk conservancy - how brilliant! 
This is one of Amy and Dean’s favourite places in the world and so it seemed like a natural choice for their wedding. I love anything a little out of the ordinary so I was delighted to be able to say yes when these two asked if I was available to photograph it for them. I mean, a wedding where the ring bearer is an owl, an eagle gatecrashes the bride and groom portraits and they have their own private birds of prey show.
What’s not to love!?

I have so many pictures still to go through and edit, but I always try to get these blogs up within a day or two of the wedding, so here are just a few that I’ve managed to get through already.

Amy and Dean also opted for a highlight video too, so you lucky people can have a little watch of that below:

Well there we are.

That’s all for the sneak peek - what an amazing wedding.

I will be posting a few more over on the Facebook and Instagram pages as I edit them so feel free to follow along over on those.

Also feel free to screen grab these and post them on your own pages too (although a @tag is always appreciated).

Big thanks to all at the Andover Hawk Conservancy Trust, especially Jemma, for taking such good care of us all day and making sure the day ran smoothly. Great work from all of you.

Of course most of all, thank you to Amy and Dean (and Taiya-Louise) for being amazing all day and…. well, for hiring me to photograph such a cool wedding! Congratulations to both of you.

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