What a lovely start to the day! Our Alice shoot has been featured by the lovely northern blog Brides Up North this morning ❤
My poor little car even got a mention in the piece, almost worth losing it to get good results from the shoot (down to the styling, our dream team and uber-organised Katy)… as Julia herself said:
“OMG OMG OMG I am all of a flutter! I have a wedding blog fashion exclusive to share with you this morning that is possibly one of the most well executed bridal inspiration shoots that I have seen yet (and trust me, I see A LOT!)”
So go check it out and in the next few days I’ll show the full shot on here too.
I know, I know… I tease too much. The full Alice shoot from a few weeks ago is going to be blogged this week on Brides Up North, but I just couldn’t resist sharing a handful more instant photos. I promise that as soon as they’re revealed I’ll put them all up here too for your perusal.
I am holding my first ever competition in time for Valentine’s Day, you and your beloved could win a Love Shoot…. Check it out here and give it a go ❤
On Saturday I met up with a lovely bride and her mother to chat all things ‘wedding’.. and ended up nattering on about a few nightmare scenarios, including (horrifyingly!) the bride’s mum’s wedding in which the priest had had a few too many sherries and drunkenly began the ‘marriage’ by reading out the funeral ceremony…?! As mishaps go it can’t get much worse than that! *touch wood!*
On Sunday I had an exciting Skype meeting, but more on that later……………
And finally, today I took some promo photos for a feature on an up-and-coming broadcast journalist.. as well as finding out that Andrew & Meri’s winter wedding will be gracing the pages of Whimsical Wonderland Weddings this week too!
Did you all have a good weekend?
PS Yes I have painted my scraggy nails since these photos were taken!
On Sunday I packed the car up, cleaned it out ready for dresses, cakes and paraphernalia ready for a shoot inspired by Alice in Wonderland, styled by Katy, owner of the magic fingers that work for What Katy Did Next, and Lynsey, owner of new company The Whistling Bunting.
Bright and early I set off to pick up Katy, we packed the car and happily made our way up to the cottages we’d been allowed to shoot in for the day….. However, my little car had other ideas and very sadly broke down for the very last time about half way there!
Around an hour later Lynsey and her husband Matthew came to rescue us, and we made our way up to where the models were already being made up, and miraculously managed to get through the outfit changes and ideas that we’d had just in time for the light disappearing and everyone having to make their way home.
Here is a sneak peek of what’s to come… and I’ll preview more in a few days..