Today I’m very excited to share with you the last of my trash the dress shoots, for this year. When Stephanie entered my Rock ‘n Rock Bride competition back in April and told me all about how her husband Glen proposed to her in a room full of balloons and how her wedding venue was double booked with a balloon model convention, I had a feeling I knew where this was going!
As she explained “I showed up the day before the wedding to find the lobby of the hotel we were getting married in filled with huge balloon sculptures! This was a bit of a shock and we were told they couldn’t be moved. In the end we decided it wasn’t worth stressing over the day before the wedding, and they actually went down really well Read more
When organizing Susheela’s second trash the dress shoot (the first can be seen here) which was going to be shot at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes to reflect Susheela’s love for all things retro, I was looking for some fun bridal accessories that would tie in with the theme and compliment her red polka dot shoes.
I came across I Heart Buttons on my travels in the land of wedding blogs and just loved the stunning button bouquets of Lesa Simons, the creative genius behind I Heart Buttons. So I contacted Lesa, who just happens to be the sweetest lady and most generous wedding supplier I have worked with this year, to see if we could work together on the shoot. To my delight she said she would love to and her good friend and colleague Karen Robb, from Read more
I have known Chrissie since I was seven, we went to junior school together and then secondary school where we were in the same form class. So we pretty much saw each other every day for nine years, minus weekends and holidays but even then we used to hangout. We then became pen-pals during our college and university years. Telling each other about … well everything … and somethings just shouldn’t be repeated. I then went to work abroad for four years but even during that time when we didn’t see each other for months maybe years at a time, when I finally came home it felt like we had only seen each other yesterday. A sign of any true friendship.
So you would think that we are like two peas in a pod, same likes, same Read more