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A gorgeous, relaxed Warwickshire Wedding at the Lord Leycester Hospital

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous, relaxed Warwickshire Wedding at the Lord Leycester Hospital with a palette of apple green, DIY elements, and a focus on family and friends.. Images of the day were captured by Simon Dewey Photography.     Simon Dewey is a creative wedding photographer based in Derby inspired by movies, music and street photography. He specialises in a more documentary / reportage style, letting people relax and be themselves and capturing natural and candid moments. He was one of the Guild of Photographers Top 10 photographers of the year 2013.   He says of the couple and their day…   “I was actually referred...

MrsPandPs Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Hello there, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. The crazy continues at P and P  Towers as the Summer Holidays go on. However today I want to take the opportunity to re – visit the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the Wedding Blog this week.     I was incredibly excited to kick off the week with this awesome Ironbridge Wedding at Blists Hill Victorian Town. Images of the day were captured by Dominic Fletcher of Cloud 9 Wedding Photography.     An amazing Ironbridge Wedding with Peacock colours & DIY aspects   On Tuesday morning I invited you to Save the Date for the...

A Benjamin Roberts gown for a Lincolnshire Wedding with a palette of Apple Green

Today I am thrilled to share this Lincolnshire Wedding with a palette of Apple green, a Benjamin Roberts gown, Jimmy Choo shoes and a sprinkle of DIY. Images of the day were by Courtney Louise Photography      Courtney Louise Photography is a Cotswolds based wedding photographer covering the whole of the UK. She loves capturing the day in a non obtrusive way, giving couples a true record of the day to treasure forever.   I hand over to gorgeous Bride, Ellie…   How did you meet? “We met in January 2008, we were both working for an IT company but on separate teams and I told Stuart off for not...