Twenty Third Collection
The wedding of Johnathan + Richelle, a really lovely relaxed and fun couple. We were on our way from the church to the reception venue and seen this beautiful field, so decided to stop for a shot, the crops were the perfect height for the veil to sit on and allow a strong composition.
When I was asked to photograph Clare and Nick's wedding, I knew it was going to be a little bit different! Coming all the way from Australia to be with Clare's family in Norwich, she wanted an unobtrusive style shoot to capture the day as it unfolded.
I got a moment to get them both together and as they both have an amazing sense of humour, it was lovely to have a laugh with them.
Nick is a little more subtle in his approach at being the subject of a photoshoot, whereas Clare is a seasoned dancer and model so literally launched straight into full on showgirl mode haha.
An amazing couple at an amazing wedding day! Xx
It was raining almost all day long. Only for a few times the sun came out and the street was steaming. We stopped on the way to the location and took some photos while a few drops of rain fell on those two trees, which protects the shelter they were hiding in.
Love the colors and the pure nature in this.
This amazing scene was after a mad dash from Jane and Ben's beautiful countryside wedding. I had noticed the sky was changing so advised them to "go for it" if they wanted something special. As we drove up to the stunning Wenlock Edge in south Shropshire I asked Jane and Ben to walk on ahead, concious that time, and with it mother nature's display, was slipping away. As I turned I saw this scene....asking Jane and Ben to face each other and the image was born.
The bride is from Canada, the groom from Switzerland and they had a beautiful destination wedding at the 5 star hotel The Dolder Grand in Zurich, Switzerland. It was a gorgeous and intimate wedding, as they celebrated with just 35 guests, their closest family and friends. It was such an honor to be part of their special day, one of our most favorite weddings.
This image was taken at the stunning Colshaw Hall on a cold December day, during the drive up to the venue I saw these tree's and immediately knew I wanted to go out after dark and take this image. It was literally freezing but Rebecca and Richard were troopers and withstood the cold temperatures to try something a bit different.
My love grows stronger for you with every breath I take.
Venue: Island Home in Islamorada, FL.
Dress: Island Bride
Lace boots: House of Eliott Collection
Hair & makeup: Renae Palmer of Ciao Bella Salon & Spa of Islamorada
Flowers: Stylish Stems
Planner- Key Destination Weddings & Events
Cake: Maggies Bakery
Love potion & Succulent candy bar: Jenifer Barfield
Co styled- Key Destination Weddings & Events and Stacia Morgan Photography
Photography: Stacia Morgan Photography
To see more, visit www.staciamorgan.com.
It was 20th of August 2016 in Saaremaa, Estonia. While guests were dancing we saw so beautiful colours in the sky and decided to drive few kilometres to the sea before the sun went down. The sunset was amazing. We had many great shots there. I really could not ask for better conditions- people, weather,mood... everything was perfect that day.
This shot was taken on a freezing cold December day in Windsor, U.K. As I was driving I noticed a spooky blanket of fog in the field and couldn't miss the opportunity. We all hopped over the fence to get some shots and as Jay & Tim walked into the fog, everything came together...
The hill, the sea behind, the perfect couple. I told them to climb to the top of a small hill and forget about me...simply enjoy each other. It's times like this that I get lost in a photo and truly feel the love radiating from them and it reminds me why I love what I do so much and feel very blessed indeed.
It was about to rain, they could not make the launching of balloons that they wanted since it was going to cover the area of treat (at first it was outdoors).
for them it was very important, so I decided to take a picture of them with the balloons, and to be able to, that was fun ... so my most iconic photo was born so far.