For this Guides for Brides I caught up with Kecia from Well Lettered, who I met through a wedding we were both vendors for. She creates beautiful hand written calligraphy for weddings and events – an art that I am in awe of being my own handwriting is shocking 😉
Last week I popped in to see Alannah Derley, the brains behind the gorgeous cake creations at Exquisite Cakes in Castle Hill.
This month I’m showcasing 2 images from a recent family portrait session.
Welcome to the May edition of I love this!
A few weeks ago at Dan & Erika’s wedding I had the pleasure of working with the beautiful silk blooms from Anika Steel at Prestige Flowers & Co. (formerly To Keep You Near). At first I didn’t even realise they weren’t real – they are really that good!
This is the first in a series of posts created especially for those soon to be wed – hence the title ‘Guides for Brides’, although if the groom is doing the organising you’re more than welcome to read this too 😉 Recently I spoke with Heather O’Connor who is a Registered Civil Celebrant on the NSW Central Coast. She is passionate about her couples and thoroughly enjoys being a part of their big day. Heather also performs other types of ceremonies apart from weddings such as naming ceremonies, commitment ceremonies, renewal of vows and funerals. Lets dig in to what being a Civil Celebrant is all about.
At Christmas lunch with my family I saw something occur that I see happening far too often. You might have seen it happen in your house, or out in public. In fact, it could be happening RIGHT NOW. Or you might even be guilty of it yourself *GASP*! It is, brace yourself…
Gone are the days of the whole family in matching white shirts and jeans for a portrait session. Everyone is an individual so lets embrace it! But, there are some rules that will help make the photos look cohesive but not too matchy matchy.