If you missed our playful, inventive and blow-your-mind-beautiful Narnia inspired photoshoot the other day, you’ll want to check it out here…
I had a little chat to videographer Mike Savory on insta and we thought it would be fabulous to share the film of the shoot with you as well. The movement is simply enchanting: the delicate snowflakes and smoke take this to another level… it’s pure wedding fantasy, beautifully done, and I hope you love it to BITS!!
One Curious Dream – Styled Shoot – Narnia Theme at Hales Hall from Mike Savory Films on Vimeo.
I LOVE this. I love it to bits in a playful, gloriously decadent and creative way. It’s wedding styling taken way beyond ordinary; it’s brilliantly fun; it’s all snowy and beautiful and full of joy – and I can imagine the insanely talented bunch of wedding creatives who put this together had the most amazing day ever. Prepare to let your imagination run wild… we’re joining lovely Jo and Hannah from One Curious Dream and heading through our virtual wardrobes right into Narnia…
If you don’t do etiquette in your daily life, there’s really no need to suddenly start doing it in your wedding invitations. Unless you’re the Queen. Have you ever “requested the pleasure of the company of” any of your friends before? No! Because they’d look at you all weird. Now isn’t the time to start… there’s a billion better ways to word your wedding invites!
Gracefully asking your guests to join you on your wedding day is the goal. Your invitations should make your guests smile (not yawn; not skim read to the best bits) and have them looking forward to your big day. Beautiful design goes a long way – and throwing in some personal touches makes any wedding invite unique and special.
Well, hello there weekend!!! It’s wonderful to be here! – and lovelies, before you head out Christmas shopping, do indulge in a little weddingness with me? I have the prettiest day to share with you, including some of the loveliest evening portraits of our gorgeous couple Leigh & Adam. The pair were married at The Plough at Leigh, and chose English Wedding member Terence Joseph as their wedding photographer.