Showing posts with label Funky Photographers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Funky Photographers. Show all posts

Monday 9 September 2013

Real Elegant London Wedding with Apple Green Bridesmaids

The bride and groom in the gorgeous pastel green-themed wedding have completely captured my heart. They look so blissfully happy on their wedding day, and you can really tell they're having a brilliant time with all their best mates! All the wedding details are really well thought out, with the soft green colour palette holding everything together. I'm loving the bridesmaid's zingy dresses, the cheesecake wedding cake {yummy!}, and the vintage pictures of their parents' and grandparents' weddings. Lizzie's bouquet is particularly pretty, with white roses and freesias, and I love a groom in a morning suit! The wedding ceremony took place at St Winefrides in Wimbledon, and Lizzie and Andy spotted the zebra crossing outside the church as a fun photo prop. Loving the Beatles' style picture, complete with red bus! The wedding reception was at Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park - a little bit of traditional countryside in the middle of the city. Huge thanks to the lovely Hannah, from Funky Photographers for these gorgeous pictures.

Monday 2 July 2012

Pretty Shabby Chic English Wedding: Claire & Simon

Is there anything better than a traditional English wedding? Here in the UK, we do weddings in serious style, and there's nothing I like more than a shabby-chic themed wedding, packed with pretty details. Just take a look at Claire and Simon's beautiful wedding at South Lodge Hotel in Horsham, Sussex. I'm loving Claire's delicate pink and soft green colour theme, her beautiful rose bouquet and stunning lace wedding gown. Other wedding details to steal included the pretty floral name tags - which are super easy to DIY, the mirrored table flower arrangements - ditto, and the fun photo props - more on those here. Gorgeous pictures published with thanks to Hannah MacGregor at Funky Photographers.

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