Wedding Photo of the Week: Lorna Newman Wedding Photography

28 Jun 2021

Each week we’re inviting all wedding photographers to submit their images to be Bride’s Wedding Photo of the Week 

This week’s photograph was submitted by Lorna Newman from Lorna Newman Wedding Photography. 

She says: "Ruth and Dan Cookman still got hitched despite Covid, so we did this confetti shot to celebrate as they left the church. They could not wait to be husband and wife so had a beautiful intimate micro wedding with their closest family and friends ending up at the very beautiful Flaxbourne Gardens in Aspley Guise which is amazing. It was just perfect in every way.” 

The image will feature as Bride’s Facebook cover photos for this week. Don't forget to follow us on Bride’s Facebook page.  

Like what you see? You can see more of Lorna’s work here   

If you’d like to be chosen as Bride’s Wedding Photo of the Week, you can see full details on how to enter here.  

To see past Photos of the Week, click here. 

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