the bucket list

wedding bucket list

(wed ing - bu kit - lis t)

noun: informal

1. a number of experiences or achievements that a wedding photographer hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime.

'The Turner Contemporary was the first wedding to be ticked off my bucket list.'

There are some wedding locations, and wedding styles, I dream of photographing. If you’re planning any of the following let’s talk shop.

  • Anything totally offbeat, outrageous and completely OTT.
  • Tunnels Beach Cornwall. September 2017

  • Snowdonia.
  • Pembrokeshire coast.
  • Fforest.
  • In fact Wales. Why the bloody hell have I never photographed a wedding in Wales?!!!!
  • The Wold Top Brewery. August 2016

  • Camber Sands running about on the dunes.
  • The Hepworth Gallery.

  • I loved the lighting in Wolf Hall, or rather the lack of it. A dark Gothic castle in Scotland perhaps.

  • Not a white dress in sight. October 2015

  • LGBT+.  (Done but...More. More. More.)

  • A haunted building.

  • Swinton Bivouac.

  • A coastal town with colourful beach huts e.g Southwold or Whitstable.

  • Belle Epoque Brasserie.

  • Any wedding where lots of pets are guests. PETS. PETS. PETS.  (Done but...More. More. More.

  • Saltaire village.

  • Portmeirion.

  • A Brighton or Bournemouth beach wedding.

  • In a derelict ramshackle Victorian building. Coming April 2018

  • An industrial backdrop.

  • The Highlands of Scotland or one of the isles.

  • A full on festival wedding.

  • The Lake District. May 2017

  • The Asylum. December 2015

  • The Lost Village of Dode.

  • Art Deco building, the more elaborate the better.

  • Carnival wedding.

  • Jewish wedding.

  • By a river or beneath a waterfall, where you’re not afraid to get wet.