Today as I received a copy of Your London Wedding magazine, I felt like running a lap of victory around the Olympic stadium or throwing a few shapes like Usian Bolt and Mo Farah, as it contains my very first real wedding feature. Four pages of glorious pinkness celebrating the fabulous wedding of Jessica & Mark. Go Team Read more
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Hayley and Steve were married in the same church as Hayley’s grandparents did some 57 years ago in the small village of Linton, Kent. Their two daughters, Brooke and Aimee, lead the way for Hayley as she walked down the isle, as both families looked on with smiles that beamed with pride. The proudest of all being Hayley’s father, my step dad.
The service was full of emotion, spurred on by my mum reading Captain Corelli’s Madolin “Love Quote”, which just happens to be my favorite reading. Steve was surprisingly the most emotional of all, often struggling to hold back his tears as he shared his vows with Hayley and they promised to love and cherish each other with all their hearts.
Hayley is no longer the little girl I remember from Read more
In April I ran a competition with Kat of Rock n’ Roll Bride for five of her lucky readers to win a trash the dress shoot with myself.
Today I’m very excited to share with the first collection of images from one of the winners.
Ruth is a musician from New Zealand who lives with her husband Kane in London and plays in their band Death In Texas. When Ruth entered the competition she said she would love to save her wedding dress from the far reaches of Narina a.k.a the back of her closet and swop the great teetering heels she wore on her wedding day for her chucks and be photographed browsing through a record store and busking on Brick Lane.
I loved Ruth’s vision and how she wanted to contrast the glamour of her big day Read more