Romantic Pairing

Have you ever tried to take those selfies with your partner when your snuggling and not quite got the right angle? Or the right light? Always just taking one more? You know you don’t have to, right? Couples have been coming to me for boudoir pictures since I opened my studio doors. A little hesitant…

Sneaky Peek

Hello to you all! It’s blog time and today’s blog is about all about the sneaky peek.  The behind the scenes fun of the magazine shoot I was part of this week for Matrimony magazine. If you’re a regular reader of the blog you will have known this particular adventure started way back in November…

Your invitation

Am I alone or is there a level of excitement when you’re retrieving your mail from your letterbox and you find a colourful envelope among the usual rustic brown or white letters? Perhaps its because there is a sense that reminds me of birthdays or Christmas but when I see textured, colourful or even metallic envelope…

Lightness of Romance

Hello everyone! Welcome to another blog post. The past few weeks I’ve been inundated with Brides all looking to create something different for their partner. So a lot of Bridal boudoir shoots has been happening. And thank goodness it has. I recently looked up the best top ten ideas to give your groom as a…

10 Tips for THE DRESS

Hello everyone!  I am hot off the heels from another wedding fayre this weekend.  This time I had the delightful Corthorpe Hotel, near Cardiff hosted our event. As anyone who reads the blog will know I do love a wedding fayres. You will find so much inspiration and advice in one room from professionals who…

Dangers of the Bride Tribe

Ladies and gentlemen for the past ten years I have worked in a very happy and romantic world of weddings. And while I find it an utter privilege to be a part of someone’s day I do have to tell you a warning tale today. Brides, be very, very careful who you include in your…

How to say goodbye

People come to me for portraits for many different reasons. But saying goodbye and celebrating a change in their life is probably the most familiar and rewarding. The lovely Sarah came to see me back in dark December wanting to do something a little more creative with her portraits. Her inspiration was as simple as…

Wedding Fayre Tips

  So here they are my tips for you to get the most out of any wedding fayre that you go to. 1: If you’re attending wedding fair that runs over a few days, it’s pretty much guaranteed that the first and last day will be the least busy, especially if it starts on a…

Wedding Fayres

  If you’re planning a wedding you will ask yourself this question. “Should I go to a wedding fayre?” The answer as I see it is “YES” No matter the shape or size of fayre (and they come in many) the whole purpose of them is to inspire you. To meet vendors and hear first…

Fulfillment

With the New Year here and happening, I would like to wish you all a year full that brims with absolute fulfillment. I love this word. Its definition means“satisfied or happy because of fully developing one’s abilities or character”. And isn’t that what everyone is trying to do? Reading post after post of people’s new year’s…

The wonder of Winter Weddings

I’ve never understood why people don’t have more winter weddings. I live in England, and I adore Winter it is by far my favourite season.  It gives you all the opportunity to surround yourself with warmth. In the food you eat, the company you keep and of course in the literal sense of log fires…

Lessons in Love

“I call upon these persons here present to witness…” If you’ve ever been to a wedding in Britain these words will be very familiar to you. With my last wedding of the year approaching this weekend these words are somewhat more weighty. Some of you may know that I studied history (as well as photography,…