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I absolutely adore a Italian destination wedding, particularly when it takes place in the beautiful quaint little town of Santa Maria. Laura & Ben flew in from the UK and decided to have an intimate wedding of just immediate family and friends and escape to Italy and then throw a huge party on their return home as newlyweds! A wonderful idea and a brilliant way to do things. They were aided by the wonderful Julie of My Secret Italy who as always, flawlessly put together their beachside wedding full of tons of surprises for everyone. Including finishing the evening with fireworks out on the water as we watched absolutely enchanted from the sand.

It was such a privilege to travel from London to spend the time with these two amazing families and by the end of it I felt as if I’d known them a lifetime. Ben and Laura gave me complete creative freedom on the day including letting me take them up to Castellabate at sunset for some shots without letting me know that Ben has a fear of heights! He was such a trooper however and battled through with a grin on his face for most of it…



There’s almost nothing as romantic as a destination elopement, particularly when they happen on a beautiful Greek island! Nancy & Joe, from Australia decided to sneak away on the holiday of a lifetime and tie the knot too. I was so privileged to work alongside Maria from tie the knot santorini to capture the afternoon. A scorching greek day didn’t stop these two from glamming it up completely. The ceremony was held simply but beautifully, dressed with flowers and on the balcony of the villa where they were staying.

I was thrilled to shoot a “first look” for these guys seeings as there were only four people at the wedding! the look on Joe’s face when he saw his beautiful wife-to-be was just so moving. Nancy wore a gown from an Australian designer and a pair of killer gold jimmy choo’s. If ever there was a reason to have a destination elopement, surely the shoes should support it!

These two were not camera people – like the rest of us right! So I knew I did extremely well to have them in front of my lens for so many hours on end. This was by far the most intimate wedding I’m yet to photograph and it was such a pleasure to document it. After they were married we snapped a few more pictures before they slipped off for a cliff-side romantic meal for just the two of them.

  • Oh wow, what a dream! Such beautiful colours.
    Congrats Nancy & Joe!ReplyCancel

    • nisha

      Thanks Warren! you’re always so kind!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Pentida Dwyer

    Thank you Warren! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Dmitry Sharomov

    Well done !
    Good picsReplyCancel

  • Absolutely adore this wedding! Waiting for the day I get to shoot a Wedding in the Greek Islands! LOVE!ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Grace

    Wow what a stunning location. Can I ask where in Santotini this is?
    Everything about this looks perfect.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    Nisha this is beautiful. What a stunning bride!! I am getting married in Santorini next year, could you tell me what villas the couple were staying at were the ceremony look place?
    Thanks and best wishes xReplyCancel

Kenny & Elisa have a kind of enthusiasm about them that is contagious, when they were seeking a wedding photographer dordogne in France I was of course over the moon to join them!. Along with their closest family and friends at the Chateau de Fayolle in Riberac it was a weekend I’ll never forget.

I first heard from them about a year ago and their plans for their wedding were only just a seed about to grow, it always seems to be that time goes a million times faster when you’re  a wedding photographer!. One moment a couple is happily telling you of their perfect engagement story and the next you’re sending their wedding photos out to them.

There were so many little moments I adored on this day that I just wouldn’t have enough room in this blog post to fit them all in! Elisa really does have a heart of gold and thought of everything for her guests and bridal party. One of my favourite little details were handmade purses with messages sewn into the inside as favours for her bridesmaids. The bridal party wore gorgeous peach full length dresses but each with a different neckline tailored to each girl perfectly. Elisa also did all of the girls hair as well as her own and everyone did their own makeup. I love a down to earth bridal party.

A Wedding in France is decadent on so many levels but the way I love the most is the food!. Guests were treated to a whopping feast of not two, not three but seven sumptuous courses of french cuisine. Finishing of course with the profiterole tower that is the traditional wedding cake in France. Delicious balls of choux pastry filled with cream. I swear I could smash back about 100 of those things.

Both families went above and beyond to make me feel welcome and a special mention to Kenny’s twin brother and the best man James for looking out for me on the day as well as everyone who smiled all day long for my camera!


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  • Chateau de Fayolle

    Lovely photos. So many smiling faces. what a happy day. xReplyCancel

  • Oh Nisha, always love seeing your work. You capture moments and emotions perfectly.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Gaud

    Really liked the photos you took of the wedding at Chateau de Fayolle. We’re getting married there next July and I wondered if you could provide a quote and let me know if you’re available on the 19tj July.

    • nisha

      Hi Rachel – thank you so much, are you able to send me an enquiry through and I’ll come back to you xReplyCancel

  • What a stunning wedding. Lovely as always, Nisha!ReplyCancel

I was so lucky to get to do some Paris honeymoon photography for my wonderful couple Adrienne and John. They married on a Saturday in London at the beautiful Hampton Court Palace (post coming soon!) and on Tuesday I met them all over again in Paris!. It seemed only appropriate for them to take their honeymoon here as Adrienne lived in the city of love for many years and if you met the two of them you’d swear they could be French. We had a fabulous time despite the early start of sunrise, which is necessary I find in places like Paris, London, Tokyo and other major cities as you have to beat the tourists of course. One thing I absolutely adore about honeymoon photography is that you’re not racing off to a reception afterwards and everything has a more relaxed pace. So relaxed in fact that we stopped for breakfast in between locations and got some pretty funny looks from the people in the cafe!

After having my own portraits taken in Paris last year it was a thrill to return to photograph in this beautiful city. I was also very lucky to have the help of my good friend Katie Mitchell. An Australian photographer now living in Paris and shooting gorgeous couples all the time! She helped me with locations in this vast place and I always love getting to talk photography with a friend in a great place!

Adrienne’s gorgeous gown is by the talented Tatiana Porembova of London.

  • Andrea Ellison

    just gorgeous xxReplyCancel

  • Jo Spencer

    Absolutely stunning photography, location and bride! 🙂

  • Barbara Young

    Stunning photos & gorgeous couple………:) xReplyCancel

  • So beautiful Nisha!
    I can’t believe how deserted many of the icons are. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • nisha

      Thanks Warren! haha it is a rather early time of the day!ReplyCancel

  • John

    You are so talented Nisha and the day was such great fun. Isn’t my wife Adrienne absolutely stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Cat m

    Stunning photos Nisha! I’m very glad the beautiful dress got another outing too! They are all beautiful photos but I think I actually like the cafe one best…very natural and very them!ReplyCancel

  • Holy smokes, shivers down my spine. So beautiful! It’s honestly my dream to go to/shoot/live/breathe in Paris. One day.ReplyCancel

I love few things more than a big, beautiful indian wedding, so much vibrant colour, emotion, tradition and food! I first met Kapil and Melissa a year ago when Kapil got in touch with me about their Wedding in the UK. When we eventually spoke on the phone it was a pleasant surprise to realise we were both kiwis! It’s been so amazing being a part of their Wedding journey.

I don’t think I could have been more excited when hearing about the Wedding plans, two full, beautiful days. A civil wedding and reception on the first day and a traditional Hindu celebration on the second. So much time, detail and planning went into this Wedding and I have a huge amount of admiration for any couple who can pull it off! Melissa had two weddings so of course two beautiful gowns too! The first day she wore a cream and gold lehenga fusion created just for her in India. Day two was the more traditional red lehenga and I still can’t decide which one she looked more stunning in! Guests from all over the world joined them at the Belfry resort in Sutton, I don’t think you can beat the kind of atmosphere that’s created when all the guests stay on location. It’s all the antics in between that make the day so special too.

I must give a huge thank you to Emily Jackman for shooting Saturday with me and my dear friend Helen Abraham for shooting with me on the Sunday. Happiness shared is happiness doubled 🙂