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Posted by Danielle Harvey on 12 May 2021
From getting ready shots, to the first dance, there are hundreds of special moments to capture over a whole day when it comes to wedding photography. A favourite shot might be the bride/groom walking down the aisle, or the couple portraits are always special post-vows; but it doesn't always go to plan, especially when involving pets, children and in this case... food!
Take a peek at these food-inspired snaps that were all finalists in the Champagne Taittinger Wedding Food Photographer category at the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year awards... was the winner your favourite too?
"Normally weddings run to plan, but it's really fun to capture the moments where things go a little off script." says Armstrong-Millar, an Irish photographer who has lived near Bordeaux for over 15 years and was the winner of the category of the above image titled 'Many a Slip'.
2nd: Scottish photographer Lynne Kennedy came second with 'We Did It!'. A joyful image of a couple celebrating after eloping to the Isle of Skye to get married in September 2020.
3rd: 'Special food for the couple' won third, captured by Bangladesh photographer Sohel Ahmed. In Bangladesh it is a tradition to serve a full cooked goat on husbands table on the wedding day and the groom along with everyone share the food all together to celebrate the day.
Highly Commended: Amanda Farnese Heath captured 'Wild Wedding For Two'. She says, "During this past year I have had to modify my wild dining events that I host occasionally, and came up with the idea of anyone wishing to get married during lockdown by offering a wild tiny wedding with an exquisite banquet in a remote secret location in Scotland. This is one of the images from our first minuscule event."
Highly Commended: Louise Anna Photography captured 'Pizza Truck'. The bride and groom are given the chance to make their own pizza on their wedding evening.
Highly Commended: Bangladesh photographer Subrata Dey captured 'Chocolate and the bride'. He says, "I captured this beautiful picture from a wedding party at Chittagong Bangladesh. Where I saw the bride at the wedding eating chocolate with extreme joy. The joy of her marriage and the taste of chocolate seemed to blend together in this picture."
Highly Commended: Louise Anna Photography captured 'Candlelit dinner'.