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With its dark mornings and cold weather, it’s easy to see why a lot of us get a case of the January blues at this time of year. However, there was nothing to be blue about on the 4th January for Leanne and Josh.

Wearing a beautiful ivory dress and a fur-trimmed bolero, Leanne married the love of her life, Josh at the Town Hall and Willingdon Golf Club surrounded by their friends and family.

Staying true to Josh’s pilot career, he and his groomsmen wore their RAF uniforms complemented by the flower girl’s sapphire bridesmaid dress.

And while the weather may have been cold, misty watercolours filled the skies for the couple’s mix of traditional and fun outside shots.  I then focused on taking mingling photos of the wedding party, to capture the relaxed mood of the day.

A moving ceremony was followed by laughter filled speeches, before Josh and Leanne cut their cake and took to the floor for their first dance as husband and wife.

The day was then completed with photos in the romantic nighttime lighting, proving there is much more to January than the blues.

Blog written by Alana Hebenton Twitter is @alanahebenton

Leanne and Josh Review 5* – “Found Joanna through one of the groups she advertises in and really liked her style of work as i prefer the more natural photos with some poses to create the perfect variation. Well we were certainly not let down and i would have no problem recommending her to potential future clients! The whole day she made us feel at ease and if we was running out of time she would let us know so we were able to make sure we got all the shots we had wanted, she naturally fitted in with our wedding party and it was a pleasure having her with us on our special day! Cannot thank you enough Joanna, cant wait for the prints and to share with family and friends”

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