I was asked by the lovely people at Chillie Breeze Events, to contribute to their 2016 blog series. They are spectacular wedding and event stylists based in Shropshire. The photos below are just a taste of their styling for weddings and receptions.
These are a few of my favourite photos from my first experience at The National Wedding Show at The NEC in Birmingham. I discovered that there are usually 3 shows throughout the season/year to cater to future brides across the UK. I hope you enjoy all the photos I took during my time at the show!
After living in Spain for 7 months, my fiancé and I finally got the opportunity to visit Madrid (from Barcelona) over the Easter holiday! I was thrilled as it has been a while since I flexed my travel photography muscles! I hope you enjoy part 1 of our two-day visit to the big city. This post features Plaza Mayor, San Miguel Market (Mercado de San Miguel), Crystal Palace (Palacio de Cristal) and Madrid Atocha Railway Station.
After searching for ages for an affordable place to buy self-designed business cards, I came across Moo Print Limited (use this link for 10% off!). Moo specialises in designing and printing business cars (flyers, letterheads, greeting cards and loads more). I bought these business cards in December 2014 and I love them. I even included photos of my DIY gold-edge on the cards!
I hope you find my review of the quality of Artisan State's flush mount albums useful. I was surprised by Artisan State's album builder. It was very user friendly with many layouts to choose from. It would be easy for a non-pro to quickly get the hang of it. I think this site would be very useful for brides who are creating and sourcing their own albums. There are a lot of different opinions on Artisan State, so please do some more research before you make a decision. :)
I found myself standing in 1 foot of water as the tide came in the summer of 2010. And it wasn't just me, thousands and thousands of people were there with their tripods. At the time, I had been a photography hobbyist for a year and I loved travelling round Japan as it gave me a chance to learn my gear.