Wedding | Jackie & David


I knew I would love Jackie and David’s wedding from the moment I met with them. Jackie has a wicked sense of humour and we share a mutual love for vintage ~ she even sent me a link to a book of vintage hair styles after our first meeting (she knows me well!). As lovely as I knew the wedding would be, nothing could prepare me for how beautiful Jackie would look in her Jenny Packham gown and amazing fluffy cape.  She made a stunning bride, and I loved capturing her in all her 1930s femme fatale glory.  She and David have a wonderful chemistry and it’s obvious how deeply in love they are.  I hope these pictures will bring them many happy memories when they look back in the future.



  • Greg Chapman said:

    So glad you're back! Fantastic shoot, especially love the shot where she throws up her dress and the final dancing ones. Very atmospheric and very you!

  • Simply stunning Jodie - love it! Gorgeous styling and the grooms shoes are pretty fab too :) x

  • God I love those portraits of the bride so beautiful, fab wedding they look very happy :)

  • lilymarlene said:

    Another triumph Jodie.....

  • serena said:

    I find this bride so beautiful. So beaming. So relaxed. I agree with Greg, the black and white shots of the bride under the veranda playing with her dress are so elegant and beautiful. Timeless photography indeed. I am sure this couple will look upon these shots with fondness for years to come. You're always my Photography heroine Jodie.

  • Lulu said:

    Absolutely sublime, such gorgeous photos Jodie, vintage rules. I adore her dress too, such a Jenny Packham fan as I wore her too for my wedding! What a lovely wedding to start the year xx

  • Jemma said:

    I should be getting on with my work but could not resist having a look at this!

    How beautiful, I love her dress and the shots are so natural and happy. Wedding season is here!xx

  • Really gorgeous Jodie! Jackie is such an elegant bride. Love the dance floor shots.

  • Lovely work from start to finish. The mood of you black and white shots is great.