Its always massively exciting to have my work featured on blogs or in magazines so imagine my total excitement to have not one, but two of my styled shoots featured in the November/December issue of You & Your Wedding Magazine.
The first shoot was one I did earlier in the year at the Royal Geographic Society, working with a really amazing team brought together by planner and stylist Andri Benson from Always Andri Weddings. I will feature this shoot fully soon, but here is what you can see right now the magazine.
The second featured in You & Your Wedding Magazine is a beautiful antique inspired wedding boudoir shoot. This was shot at the amazing venue that is The George in Rye and brought together by planner and stylist Louise Beukes from Bloved Weddings. Again a top team brought everything to life and I will definitely be showing much more of this shoot soon, especially some more of the boudoir images. The lingerie we used were from Ell & Cee, who have the most gorgeous pieces.
So if you fancy seeing these in all their printed glory get yourself to your local shop and buy yourself a copy. Its a fab magazine.
Can’t wait to show more of these shoots very soon
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Im going to say it and risk sounding slightly geeky, but I just love the East Anglian Railway Museum! There you go, its been said. Im not suddenly turning all train spotter but this is the most amazingly cool place, with huge old steam trains and classic carriages that wouldn’t be out of place in Brief Encounter. Loads of original features, signage and the most amazing building that is used for events and parties. This is the very place that in a few weeks time Katherine and Paul will be having their wedding reception and celebrating with all their loved ones. I, for one, cannot wait.
We took a little wander round the museum and then down the road to discover another wonderful feature from the Victorian Age of Industry…a red bricked viaduct with stunning design that just shouted out to be photographed. So we did. We all climbed into the space under the arches and I really love the results.
Here are just a few moments from our shoot and a little peek of what loveliness will be following for the actual wedding.
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I always find it interesting and also informative to see how weddings have changed and what the trends are year on year. The lovely people over at The Wedding Secret have put together this little infographic on weddings in England in 2012/2013. Interesting viewing and reading.
You can see more info by going to the Wedding Secret website here.