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Hambledon Vineyard – The Romance of the Vine

Today I am thrilled to share a wonderful collaborative Bridal shoot at Hambledon Vineyard. The venue provides the ultimate setting for romance, and amongst the vines you are hidden from the hectic world around you. This magical romance whilst in the vineyard, along with the exciting emerging Hambledon Vineyard brand, provided the inspiration behind the photo shoot that took place at the vineyard on 14th July 2014. The images for this shoot will be used to launch ‘Weddings at Hambledon Vineyard’. Images were captured by Tasha at Ikonworks Photography.     The beautiful Gemma Olliff, whose hair and make up was done by Natasha Wiggins, looked the modern day romantic...

MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa (Wedding Blog Catch up)

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. Today I am delighted to re – visit and share the fabulousness that has adorned the pages of the  Wedding Blog this week.     To kick off the week  I was thrilled to share a fantastic Collaborative Shoot that spotlights the work of some fantastic Glasgow Wedding Suppliers. The Shoot was planned to show case the venue – Fifteen Ninety Nine, the dress designs from Spencer Railton, accessories from Baba – C Designs,  and the hair and make-up talents of Rachel Shepherd. All of this would not have been possible without Bethany Porter, the fantastic model for the...

“Remembering Mum” – An Indian Summer Styled Shoot in memory of a special lady

Today I share a wonderful styled shoot created in remembrance of a special lady which also showcases the talents and expertise of some fantastic Wedding suppliers. Tasha Newland of Ikonworks Photography shares her emotional story of how something wonderful grew from the darkest of times.     Tasha says “I’m sitting here wondering how, in what feels like very few words, I can explain this shoot to you the how, why, who and what made it happen.” “2013 = horrific, eye opening, eye watering, and emotional.” “What have I learnt? Strength, grace and how to be brave.” “Who taught it to me? My mother in law Helen.” “Mum was diagnosed with...