Photographer: Harvey & Harvey Photography

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A colourful vintage British Seaside inspired Wedding – The Fine Details

From a time of preparation and an amazing Wedding Ceremony to a fab newlywed shoot I now share  Heidi & Steves British Seaside inspired Wedding Fete reception. In Part 3 of this awesome Big Day we get to some utterly astounding detail,  heartrending emotion and just the happiest of times. Images were captured by the outstanding Claire and Adrian at Harvey and Harvey Photography….     I hand you over to Bride Heidi to tell you all about her and Steves wonderful Wedding  ~ Part 3   Details and Decor “Ok…where to start??” “I decided that since we are a very creative family, we were going to do everything. Oh...

A colourful vintage British Seaside inspired Wedding

Today I am incredibly excited to kick off the week with a beautiful colourful vintage British Seaside inspired Wedding. This Wedding is so special to me as it is the Big Day of dear friends Heidi and Steve of Giddy Kipper. This amazing celebration has been 17 years in the making and the amount of heart, emotion, and utter creativity that abounds will make your heart swell. Images were captured by the outstanding Claire and Adrian at Harvey and Harvey Photography….     Harvey & Harvey Photography are based in Grantham, Lincolnshire, and are a husband, wife and daughter team   They say of their work…   “We are a...

A Stoke Rochford Hall Wedding with Tartan and Dolly Mixture detail

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous Stoke Rochford Hall Wedding with lots of Tartan and Dolly Mixture detail. Images of the day were captured by Harvey & Harvey Photography.     Harvey and Harvey Photography are a husband and wife team based in Lincolnshire but serving the UK with their wedding photography.   They said of the couple…   “We met the couple at a wedding fair at the beautiful Stoke Rochford Hall, near Grantham.” “Alasdair & Erins wedding day was very calm, they had planned it to reflect themselves and there was a simplicity to the decoration everything was tied in to the tartan and dolly mixtures.”...