Alice in Wonderland {Absolute Favourites}

Finally I’ve found some time to pick and upload my favourites from the so-delicious-you-could-taste-it Alice in Wonderland shoot from a few weeks ago!

It has been featured on Brides Up North in the past few weeks, where you can also find the full credits from all the wonderful suppliers who contributed and helped make the day run so smoothly (thanks!!)

Here are my ultimate favourites, it was hard to pick with so much gorgeous detailing going on!

Happy Sunday everyone.

Sally x

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Andrew & Meri on WWW

On Thursday Andrew & Meri’s gorgeous Winter wedding was featured on the gorgeous pages of Whimsical Wonderland Weddings.

Andrew & Meri gave it a brilliant write-up, which you can read at the bottom under the photographs, and even included a lovely shout-out to yours truly!

They are also part of the team behind Fight Pilot, the film project I have been asked to be involved with, you can read all about it here.

For now, here are my personal favourite images from their wedding 🙂

Sally x

A few sneak peeks..

I’ve been a bad blogger recently, I’ve jumped in the deep end this January and it’s all so busy! Saying that I did have an amazing weekend away for a friend’s birthday so it’s not been all work, and now I feel a tad behind! To keep me going and to push me to do a proper post this week here are a few sneak photos from what I want to blog soon. It’s my New Year’s resolution to blog more and to take more personal photography so that what these posts will be 🙂

Sally x

PS… I bought my new camera yesterday, eeeek!

Contemporary Kiltz

A while ago I was asked by Clare, a Fashion Student in Edinburgh, to photograph their line of Contemporary Kiltz (her family is based in the area). Clare has been making these modernised kilts for a few years now, made to a high standard with traditional tartan, but with a quirky twist in their design. Vivienne and Frankie came down to be toddler models, and along with Francesca and Betsy they all did a fabulous job. We ventured up to Whorlton Castle just outside of Swainby and then down to Hutton Rudby woods. Here are a few of my favourites from the day, and a big thanks to Gillian and Clare for asking me to be part of it!

Sally xx