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Wedding moments, image credit Amanda Karen Photography
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A lovely article by our friend and talented London wedding photographer Amanda Karen.

I know it’s been a tough 12 months for weddings, and it’s been heart-breaking and stressful for so many couples to have to postpone their wedding.  A wedding signifies so many things to so many people, contrary to some people’s belief, it is more than a party.  And as we eagerly await the end of the pandemic and a return to some sense of normality, I wanted to share my 10 reasons why your wedding will be worth it, and will be the occasion you’ve planned and hoped for.

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Today’s beautiful feature fits perfectly with our grand millennial wedding style blog from Saturday. Afternoon tea has been such a popular style for weddings in recent years, and with micro weddings a growing trend for 2021 I’m sure this look will be huge for a while yet! I love today’s feature most of all for its story. Lovely Gail Gardner told me the tea set itself has a story: it belonged to her mum, who collected the pieces and treasured them. After she sadly passed, Gail’s dad gave the set to his daughter – a true family heirloom. This editorial feature is all the more special for its story and I’m so proud to be able to share it with you today.“english

Jane Austen wedding style inspiration from Oxford Hall, with Katy Melling Photography (6)
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By our friends at Truly Experiences
All images by Katy Melling Photography (full credits below)

You may hear the words “granny chic” and think kitsch ornaments, orthotics, and handbags full of boiled sweets. But really, it’s not about emulating grannies, but more about utilising classic styles from the past.

Granny chic is a great way to make sure your wedding possesses a timeless elegance, so you won’t cringe at your photos in 20 years’ time. It also means you can incorporate family heirlooms in your wedding to connect this special day to your family’s past. Plus, with all the reusing, it’s both eco and budget friendly!

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An adorable couple, the prettiest bride, and picture perfect styling touches for a castle themed wedding. Jade and Alan were married in 2019, and I’ve had the loveliest time this morning scrolling through all of their images. There is so much inspiration here, and the venue is romantic as can be. I love that these two did things their way: their readings are really personal and special, and they chose not to have a first dance – dancing in front of everyone just wasn’t their thing, so why do it?! Kent brides and grooms, I hope you’ll love seeing all the wonderful moments from this perfect February wedding. It’s an absolute beauty!
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Bride and groom laugh as guests throw confetti. There's red white and blue bunting above
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I wonder if the pandemic of 2020 will change how we all see weddings. For me, it’s certainly made me focus on what’s important – that precious human connection we’ve all missed so much. When I look at wedding photography I want to smile: to see moments which make my heart leap or bring a tear to my eye. The hugs, the love, the power of friendships and closeness of family. I blog weddings which have soul – and so today’s Best of a Decade is a real treat for me. Huge thanks to lovely London wedding photographer Kristian Leven for sharing his wedding photography journey with us. I hope you love this as much as I do! “english

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Modern blue styling ideas with calligraphy for an alternative beach wedding (18)

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