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The city of Lichfield is a perfect location for a small wedding, micro wedding or romantic elopement. With all the historic streets, old buildings and parks if you know the right spots Lichfield is a wedding photographers dream. The George Hotel, Erasmus Darwin House, Lichfield Registry Office and St John’s House are all central to the town and ideal places for intimate weddings. From any of these venues I can take you for a walk around the sights of Lichfield using Stowe Pool, Lichfield Park and of course the stunning three spired Cathedral as back drops for your photos.

The season and time of day means that even though I use all my favourite nooks and vistas the result is unique every time. The couple always bring their own unique style and I love to try and compliment this. Jenny and Tom got married at The George Hotel in the hight of summer I just loved Jen’s dress with a 50’s feel and we had to get some pics of Tom twirling her around in the Memorial Gardens with the spires in the background. The Memorial garden was also filled with yellow flowers which was perfect as yellow was one of the colour themes for the day.

Jenny & Tom

“We decided to get married in late August and chose Jenny Rose as our photographer looking at her past work.

We set up a meeting where Jenny who was polite and friendly and easy to talk to about the upcoming day. She brought more examples of her portfolio which was beautifully laid out and showed off her talent even more.

The day went smoothly with Jenny getting some brilliant photos of our wedding ceremony, wedding breakfast & beginning of our evening ceremony. In between all of these we had a tour of Lichfield using the beautiful sights as backdrops for photos which Jenny was able to suggest being from the local area herself.

Would highly recommend Jenny if you are considering a photographers as she made it as smooth, simple and pain free one would want on a very busy day.”

Jackie and Joe got married in September – I love September as we move from Summer to Autumn the foliage starts to change again and the light falls a bit softer earlier in the day. We were lucky enough to be able to take a stroll through the gardens at the Erasmus Darwin House which was filled with berry laden trees adding a flash of autumn colour into the photos. Jackie and Joe had an intimate wedding due in part to the pandemic and family not being able to travel from abroad. This past couple of years has meant that a lot the way we do things is different and I’ve noticed that a few couples have had smaller formal ceremonies with a view to throwing a big party sometime in the future.

Jackie & Joe

“Jenny came reccomended to us initially and we are so greatful that we got put in contact with her. We only had a very small ceremony planned and it was on short notice (In terms of wedding bookings). Thankfully Jenny had the time free to come and take some beautiful photos for us.

She’s very imaginative and managed to make what was a small ceremony into a whole photo journey that we can look back at with fondness. We went for a photo walk around some of the beautiful areas of Lichfield, like the cathedral and some of the wonderful cobbled streets

Jenny is an incredibly lovely and professional photographer with an excellent sense of humor and we very much enjoyed having her with us on the day. Couldn’t reccomend highly enough and I hope this review helps people find her and her camera skills for their big day.”

Nicole & Talis got married in November late on in the day – this meant that we could capture super romantic portraits just before dusk fell using the lamp lights in the park and car lights by the Cathedral.

Short Photography Coverage

As we’ve moved through the pandemic wedding photographers have noticed a growing interest in the demand for the coverage of smaller weddings and I love to photograph these just as much as a big wedding. With my short coverage option I would be with you for just 2 hours. This option would focus mainly on a stunning couple shoot but would also give you enough time to capture the wedding ceremony (30min) and squeeze in a group photo or two.