Monthly Archives: July 2010

Back from London where the lovely Elena and Nick got Wed in Wimbledon. A beautiful sunny day, London was just buzzing as we weaved in and out of the Saturday morning traffic to get to the brides home. The navy rolls Royce was waiting and Elena was getting ready with her cousin. An air of calm and a very relaxed bride was a great start to our day. Nick was lost for words as the bride walked into the room in her beautiful dress, with her cute flower girls and the service was emotional and just perfect. The bride and groom shared a true love story, and the families had all come from far and wideView full post »

Tabitha and Sam, had two weddings, a druid service at The Merry Maidens stone circle and the official one at Tregenna Castle. They came from afar and in three days got wed twice! I like their style! The Merry Maidens was a bit wet, but the sun crept out for wedding number two. Tabby looked wonderful, and her white converse boots we thought just finished off the dress a treat. Sam had matching black ones, and guys you will be pleased to know, yes we did get ‘the perfect’ shot of the shoes, Tabby’s only request! Such a relaxed couple, we had such a nice time with you both. TheView full post »

We had a beautiful time in Italy, then it was back and straight into wedding work mode. I arrived at the 12th century church in Lelant (St.Ia), very early. I spent a fantastic hour or so watching the preparations unfold. The candles being lit, the vicar putting on his robes, the ladies ( their are always ‘the ladies’ in every church, I don’t know if they have an official title, but I like ‘the ladies! ) doing what, ‘the ladies’ do. I wandered through the beautiful gardens, the birds were singing, the sun spilling through the trees, it was amazing. LittleView full post »

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