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And Finally...

June 28, 2018

Si & Helen's Upwaltham Barns Spring Wedding

On 19th May this year many of us were avidly watching the box to witness Harry and Meghan tying the knot and so becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Way before the announcement of this royal wedding however was to be a much longer anticipated occasion. Although no Duchess and Duke, Helen and Si held their very own Sussex celebrations sharing their wedding day with the royals! Having been together a mammoth 18 years, this vibrant pair felt it was time to celebrate the longevity of their love and commitment to each other, bringing much loved friends and family together for their beautifully English rustic country wedding day.

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The Promises of Spring

May 30, 2018

Amy & Adam's Springtime Tithe Barn Wedding

Spring was in the air for Amy and Adam on their calm muted-sky wedding day in Hampshire this April. The couple’s choice of traditional English country venues, combined with subtle Easter themes, made for an inspired quaint picture-book of a day. Delicate pastel spring flowers, historic flint-clad buildings and stunning sunset skies created a beautiful backdrop of tradition and romance; the perfect setting for this loved-up pair to tie the knot.

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A Magical Fairytale Wedding

May 17, 2018

Meg & Rob's Spring Wedding at Southend Barns

If you were to cross Harry Potter with Cinderella you would get the summary of the truly magical fairytale fantasy that was Meg and Rob’s wedding day! Hard to imagine? Let me explain. Beautiful Meg’s second greatest affection in life (first being for her groom of course) is for the Harry Potter novels, which whilst using as inspiration to creatively theme the wedding day, was probably never going to work with regards to inspiring her bridal gown! For, arguably, the most important dress of her life, Meg looked for guidance from a character from another style of literature - the ultimate in iconic fairy tale princesses. She chose to emulate a timeless heroine who represents strength, beauty and grace. She chose to be a real-life Cinderella. What was so memorable was that by merging these two sets of fantastical ideas, Meg and Rob’s unique wedding story remained perfectly breathtaking, yet at the same time wonderfully unpredictable and romantic.

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