Lee Garland
Nottingham UK & Destination Wedding Photographer


Lee Garland's wedding photography blog

Jen + Lee's Hope Mill Theatre and Parsonage Gardens wedding in Manchester

It was so great to be back in Manchester, home of my roaring twenties, and Didsbury and Ancoats to boot - it was like I’d never left…

And Jen + Lee made me feel right back at home too. We’d done a shoot together down in the Roaches and although it was sad that Colin wasn’t there, we managed to have a great day.

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Natalia + Alex, Stoke Newington Town Hall and The Old Queen's Head London pub wedding

Natalia and Alex are just the loveliest couple; and it was an absolute pleasure to spend the day with them. It all started with a ceremony at Stoke Newington Town Hall, then next door to Clissold House for the reception and ending up with the party at The Old Queens Head in the heart of Islington for a London pub knees-up.

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Helen + Adam's island wedding on Guernsey with plenty of wind and beach love

This was a destination wedding for me, but not so much for Helen; since this all happened at the family home that she grew up in. A family home that was already sold and that her parents were moving out of 2 weeks later. What better place to say thank you to your roots, and see yourselves off into the future with a big bash of a BYE HOME 👋 attended by all your friends, family and neighbours. It was my first time on Guernsey. I would definitely go back.

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Jo + Al, a wedding, a steam train and some suit patches

These two talented people got married and it was always destined to be rather epic. Ceremony was at the Guildhall in Leicester, and the reception at Loughborough Endowed School Hall, two places everyone (?) knows are served by a regular steam train service. Cue the three of us, a slice of battenburg, some instant coffees and a steamy compartment on the Great Central Railway.

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Ann-Marie Faulkner's Skye wedding to Munky Williamson at Loch Coruisk

I've known Ann-Marie through the Most Curious shows for some time now, and hence Munky and I have also shared several man hugs at said events. He is a good hugger, one of the best. So it was that I headed up to Skye with the wonderful Kim Gribbon in tow, to photograph their loch-shore wedding. (Kim can also do good hugs). 

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