2019 was yet another interesting and varied year for your Nottingham wedding photographer, Paul Eyre Images. Begining with Shani & Joe’s awesome Rock & Roll wedding back in March, then off to Hertfordshire for Nealesh & Reshma’s Hindu wedding in April and Michelle & Leigh’s Viking-themed wedding at the family farm.

There has been blistering sunshine, torrential rain, hail, fog, gailforce winds, you name it…but we survived and made memories from it!

It has been a pleasure to visit new venues, such as Hogarth’s Hotel, Solihull, The Walled Garden at Beeston, Haarlem Mill in Derbyshire and Kelham Hall at Newark. Re-visiting regular venues such as Priesthouse by the River , Horsley Lodge and Donington Park Farmhouse.

In November, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I had been nominated for The English Wedding Awards ‘Wedding Photographer Of The Year’. Imagine my delight at winning the East Midlands category, with some very formidable competiton. Therefore I would like to thank all the awesome suppliers and clients who voted for me and made this happen.

From the thousands of images captured last year, here are few that really captured the essence of an awesome wedding! Click on the image below and enjoy 2019 from behind the lens…

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It has been great to meet many more talented suppliers, all with the common goal of giving our couples the very best. Finally, thanks to my fantastic second shooters for 2019…Christian, Ian and Ania – you guys rocked!

If you would like Paul Eyre images to be YOUR Nottingham wedding photographer, please get in touch! Of course, I don’t only cover Nottingham, but the whole of the East Midlands and beyond. I am more than happy to travel to your neck of the woods and enjoy new venues across the UK. As bookings are now being taken for 2021, act fast to avoid dissapointment!

Looking forward to a fabulous 2020!

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