Brighton Engagement shoot {Steph & Emma}

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It is a bit of strange idea, the thought of being followed around all day by a photographer.  To some people this would be their idea of heaven (and okay I admit it, this is me lol!).  But for most people, it’s a strange idea – and something that doesn’t seem that natural!  I always reassure people that actually on your wedding day, the last thing you’ll be thinking of is the photographer – you’ll instead be thinking “Eeeeeek I just got married! Get me some champers, ooh look at her hat, ooooh isn’t this cake delicious etc etc”  BUT!!!  If you are a bit freaked out by the idea of being followed round by a speccy smiley lady with a camera, then I really recommend having an engagement shoot first – just like this lovely couple Steph & Emma did, who are getting married this May at Blackstock Barns.  These gorgeous people weren’t sure they’d like being photographed either – but after a bit of walking around, hugging, having a giggle, more hugs, chatting, a few more hugs (there’s a theme here) they realised that it’s actually really easy, and even quite good fun.   I love this misty romantic Brighton engagement shoot, and I love this beautiful sweet chilled out couple – roll on their great big fabulous wedding day!! x

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