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Family group photos are something that time and time again is discussed with our couples, should you have them, how many should you have, what’s the point of them!  Now we will admit, that it’s not always the most fun part of photographing a wedding, and to be honest it’s probably not the most fun for your guests either.  However, they don’t have to be a boring chore.

Why group photos are such important heirlooms years after your wedding day, image credit Amanda Karen Photography (7)

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Bold florals, textures and accents from nature - autumn wedding styling ideas with Oobaloos Photography (18)

Hey lovelies! I hope you’ve had a fantastic weekend. Before I launch into today’s post I wanted to share a little update I made to the blog last night. The ‘Recommended’ section of our navigation menu has had a little spruce up to make it simpler for you to find those amazing suppliers we love most of all. If you hover over the menu today you’ll see a list of categories and then a list of all those recommended suppliers for you to discover more. Clicking will bring you to a page with ALL of a supplier’s English Wedding Blog features. Try it! Find Photographers –> Oobaloos (see how their county is included too?) and browse through all of Sheryl’s gorgeous features from the last few months! Aren’t they lovely? Speaking of which…

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I was already in awe of Viki Pearce when I discovered her beautiful wedding rings via the Chosen Wedding Fair. When I asked Viki if we could run a feature so I could show you her work, she sent me the best photos ever. Exquisite shots of her artisan wedding rings, her wall of vintage hammers and – because I love to know who’s behind the beautiful pieces I see – a gorgeous shot of the designer herself, complete with boots I want for me, like now. Anyone want to join me in a massive #fangirl crush?! 

Viki Pearce, artisan wedding ring designer at the Chosen Wedding Fair Cardiff (12)

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Sarah-Louise and Sam’s big day was a relaxed, country affair at Marks Hall Estate in Essex. I fell in love with their images, which perfectly capture the spirit of their celebrations and love. The brick walls and twinkling fairy lights are a beautiful backdrop for the reception; the gardens are breathtaking for portrait shots.

Campervan, balloons, dickie bows and elegance for an English summer wedding, with Craig Williams Photography (32)

We were really lucky that our venue didn’t need a lot of styling. The venue spoke for itself really, it’s a beautiful coach house, exposed red brick inside with a really high ceiling and exposed beems. Lisa our wedding coordinator had organised fairy lights all over the ceiling. We had our table flowers done by Sophie Kim. I did a sweet table for the kids that were there too!

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Today’s shoot showcases the beautiful and magical outdoor areas available from one of Derbyshire’s beautifully secluded country houses, including the most enchanting bluebell woodland and a secret garden with a tiny little greenhouse…

Bluebells and elegant Derbyshire wedding styling ideas and suppliers, image credit Rosie Kelly Photography (23)

The bride and groom look gorgeous, especially Ayesha in her variation of separates from Timeless Couture: just check out the beauty of a skirt! The reception space is dressed to perfection, complimented with greenery and a flower wall by award winning Tineke Floral Designs. Amy Bailey provided a range of stationery with stunning, delicate hand painted designs…

Bluebells and elegant Derbyshire wedding styling ideas and suppliers, image credit Rosie Kelly Photography (4)

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

Image credit: Oobaloos Photography

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