2014 has been our busiest year over at Narshada Photography.

We’ve shot weddings in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk and seen more smiles than we thought possible. (more…)

I first met Andrew and Shanice in a Starbucks near Bury St Edmunds. We’d sent a few messages back and forth, but I always like to meet with clients in person so we get to chat and find out a little more about each other, as well as ask questions. Their wedding was to be Read more ..

Sarah and Ed were referred to me via another wedding photographer, and after the initial contact we chatted over Facebook about what they wanted from their wedding photographer. We talked about details about the day which was to be held at Barton church for the ceremony and then The Secret Garden Marquee at Burwash Manor Read more ..

Kelvin and Jo’s wedding took place over two days – Thursday was a very intimate family affair, with a ceremony at Cambridge Registry Office for close family, and then on Saturday, a reception party at the Secret Garden Marquee at Burwash Manor. Both days were lovely, and Kelvin and Jo were both a picture of Read more ..

In recent years, crafts have made a huge comeback as a hobby and in the business world. Knitting and crochet are back in vogue, (not the magazine – but actually, there probably are knitted and crocheted items in their pages too,) and sites like Etsy showcase the best (and Regretsy shows some of the not-so-good stuff,) and allows people to buy beautiful handmade items.

So what better way to make your big day truly unique and truly yours than by incorporating some bespoke crafts? Here’s a few ideas to get you started:


It’s not long now. You’ve got the venue sorted, the dress is ready, (and beautiful – if they don’t at least well up when they see it, you’ll kill them!) and suits have been measured. The cake’s ordered, the flowers are in the bag and the menu is set. And yet, you still have a Read more ..

The bride stood up to make her speech.

She began by apologising for making a speech in the first place, which was rather unconventional and promised she wouldn’t take up much of anyone’s time. (more…)

I lived in Bristol for about eight years and love the city. It’s very vibrant with a relaxed kind of attitude and arty vibe.

Where most cities decry grafitti as vandalism, Bristol positively encourages street murals:

A photo of a large graffiti cat in Bristol

So when my friends John and Hannah announced their engagement and wedding date, I was not only overjoyed for them, but also excited for the chance to go back and visit.


Last time I saw Kate and Chris it was when I was shooting their wedding photos …

… and it now looks there will be another addition to our family in the form of Rowan, due in a couple of months!