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“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...

The 2014 Opulence Collection – Madeline Isaac James – Premiering at the White Gallery

The 2014 Opulence collection from Madeline Isaac-James will premiere at the prestigious White Gallery from May 19-21 at Battersea Park in London, and today I am delighted to preview the inspiration behind it.     Madeline Isaac James is a bridal design company owned by renowned designer Natalie Gladman Natalie designs exquisite, beautiful, unique and elegant gowns, with an emphasis on excellent style and cut using fabrics such as lace, silk chiffons, taffeta, organza, satin, charmeuse silk and Swarovski crystals.  Designer Natalie has drawn inspiration from the early 1930’s, a favourite era for the Madeline Isaac-James bride, using elegant detailing, exquisite fabrics, and the perfect fit for which she is...

Fulfilling a Dream – Wedding Wishing Well Foundation

Getting married is something that when we are young we take for granted will happen when, and if the time is right. The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation is a wonderful business created for those whose time has been cruelly snatched. I myself ventured into this area last year helping to bring together the Renewal of Vows of a terminally ill lady so have upmost respect for Naomi Thomas who runs Wishing Well doing this day in and day out, and coping with her own illness. Today as I learn of the loss of the Bride that I helped, I am proud to share with you Naomi’s story and urge you...